Research & Commentary: Arizona Convention of States
Arizona is considering a proposed multiple-amendment application for an Article V convention. The application has already been passed in four other states.
Research & Commentary: School Choice in Mississippi
Empower Mississippi, a non-profit advocacy organization whose mission is to improve educational choice in Mississippi, released the results of a
Research & Commentary: Oregon Cap-and-Trade Proposals and Renewable Power Mandates
Legislators in Oregon are now proposing a new carbon dioxide cap-and-trade program. The legislature rejected a proposed cap-and-trade plan in 2015.
Research & Commentary: Virginia Certificate of Public Need Reform
Market competition in the health care industry improves services and provides consumers with additional and potentially life-saving options, yet the State of Virginia is hindering competition by im
Research & Commentary: Louisiana Medicaid Expansion Bypasses Legislature
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) allows states to expand Medicaid to cover individuals making up to 133 percent of the federal poverty level.
Research & Commentary: School Vouchers in Tennessee
Proposed legislation in Tennessee would make vouchers available to children who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches and who c
Research & Commentary: Federal Ownership of Public Lands Update
According to the United States Geological Survey, nearly half the land in the Western United States is
Research & Commentary: Rolling Back South Carolina’s Certificate of Need Law
South Carolina is one of 36 states that limits the ability of health care providers to expand their businesses through an approval process known as certificate of need (CON).
Research & Commentary: Direct Primary Care
One of the lesser known factors contributing to the rapid increase in the cost of health care is the shrinking number of primary care physicians available relative to the size of the population.
Research & Commentary: Indiana Tobacco Taxes and Infrastructure Funding
Lawmakers in Indiana are considering increasing the state’s tobacco tax to help fill
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