January 6, 2017
Lifting the undue regulations currently placed on the nuclear power industry would lead to an expansion of nuclear energy in the United States, which would be beneficial to the environment, economy, and to the stability of the U.S. power grid.
December 29, 2016
With 2016 coming to a close, most state lawmakers heading back to their state capitols to tackle many important issues. Highlighted below are some of the biggest problems facing the states.
December 22, 2016
The Heartland Institute and National Tax Limitation Committee have released two new papers in a multi-part series titled Roadmap for the 21st Century
December 15, 2016
The Mercatus Center at George Mason University recently released a new research project ranking states across the nation based on their access and openness to health care.
December 9, 2016
Critics of frac sand mining claim it is a dangerous unregulated industry that harms the environment and is detrimental to public health. That myth is laid to rest in a recent Heartland Policy Study authored by Mark Krumenacher and Isaac Orr
November 23, 2016
From all of us at The Heartland Institute, we wish you a safe and happy Thanksgiving that’s filled with food, family, and free-market principles!
November 18, 2016
Examines a recently published study by Priya M. Abraham, a senior fellow with the Commonwealth Foundation titled Transforming Labor: A Comprehensive, Nationwide Comparison and Grading of Public Sector Labor Laws.
November 11, 2016
The Heartland Institute congratulates all those elected officials who won their election or reelection campaigns. We look forward to working with you during the 2017 legislative session.
November 3, 2016
People across the nation find themselves facing dramatic health insurance price increases for many consumer plans in the ACA exchanges
October 21, 2016
Right to hunt and fish amendments have arisen in response to a number of issues, including hunting restrictions being introduced at the behest of animal rights organizations, increasing urbanization, decreasing habitat, and declining numbers of sportsmen