Research & Commentary: Georgia Welfare Reform
A proposal from State Senator Hunter Hill (Republican - Atlanta) to reform Georgia’s welfare system would implement a cash diversion plan and enact stronger work requirements for some of the state’
Research & Commentary: Certificate of Need Laws Limit Access to Rural Hospitals
Thirty-six states currently use certificate of need (CON) laws to slow the growth of health care prices, promote consolidation of health care providers, increase charity care, and limit duplication
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 & 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: West Virginia Convention of States
West Virginia is currently considering a proposed
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: 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-.
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