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June 1, 2016
By Peter S. Fisher and Alan H. Peters
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Taxes
Government Spending
June 1, 2016
By Peter S. Fisher and Alan H. Peters
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Taxes
Government Spending
June 1, 2016
By Sam Staley
States have engaged in a wide range of economic development strategies during the past several years. Ohio has been one of the leaders and now offers more than 40 programs and services for new, locating and expanding firms.
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Taxes
Government Spending
October 1, 2014
By Sean Parnell
Prices in health care are a mess, and the discussion about why that is the case is often even more so.
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Health Care
October 2, 2014
By Joy Pullmann
Behavioral psychologists and economists long have considered incentives to be a normal part of human nature, but applying them to education still stokes controversy.
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Education
October 2, 2014
By Joy Pullmann
Behavioral psychologists and economists have considered incentives to be a normal part of human nature for decades, if not centuries, but applying them to education still stokes controversy.
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Education
February 20, 2014
By Taylor Smith
The Washington Senate Energy, Environment & Telecommunications Committee held a January 30 session to examine federal, state, and local incentives given to the solar power industry.
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Energy
Environment
April 25, 2014
By Travis Perry
By the time the McQueeny Group signed up for tax breaks through Kansas’ primary economic development engine, vice president Rod Slump said the business was already considering the move.
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Taxes
Government Spending
June 8, 2015
By C. Scott Hemphill and Mark A. Lemley
The Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act, also known as the Hatch-Waxman Act, was passed in 1984. It encouraged the manufacture of generic drugs and set up the regulatory framework in the United States. Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.
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Regulation
Health Care
February 27, 2013
By Kenneth Artz
A new card program which combines the benefits of health savings accounts with health-focused incentives could provide consumers with new benefits for healthier living.
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Health Care
 

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