Research & Commentary: Moving Florida Away from Pensions for State Workers
Florida legislators are now considering a new pension reform proposal that would
Research & Commentary: Tennessee Considering Certificate of Need Reform
Tennessee is one of 36 states with certificate-of-need (CON) laws.
Research and Commentary: Missouri Convention of States
Missouri is currently considering a proposed multiple-amendment application for an Article V convention to am
Research & Commentary: Oklahoma Gov. Fallin’s Tax Plan Chooses Wrong Reforms
Research and Commentary: West Virginia Convention of States
West Virginia is currently considering a proposed
Research & Commentary: Mississippi Civil Asset Forfeiture
Analysts at the nonpartisan Institute for Justice (IJ) have given the State of Mississippi’s civil asset forfeiture laws a grade of C-.
Research & Commentary: Oklahoma Balanced Budget Amendment
Research & Commentary: Georgia Income Tax Reform
Since 2012, an increasing number of states have been looking into ways to reform their tax codes.
Research & Commentary: Convention of States Proposal in Nebraska
Nebraska is currently considering a proposed multiple-amendment application for an Article V conventi
Research & Commentary: Local Control of Fracking in Florida
In January 2016, the Florida House of Representatives voted to pass a bill that would prevent local governments from ba
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