The Leaflet: 1 Million Floridians Who Voted For Trump Also Voted For Minimum Wage Increases
The Heartland Institute highlights GR's latest work.
In a new Research & Commentary, Samantha Fillmore analyzes the the new $15 per hour minimum wage that Florida voters approved, and what this policy means for the Sunshine State. While minimum wage hikes benefit some individuals and families, it also increases unemployment in a time when no state can afford any increase in unemployment claims. Read Now.
In her latest Research and Commentary, Christina Herrin explains the need for reform of unnecessary certificate of need laws, which are currently enforced in Delaware. Certificate of Need (CON) laws are intended to decrease duplication and promote health care consolidation. Unfortunately, CON laws increase health care costs by reducing competition and innovation. Read Now.
The so-called “existential threat” of human-caused climate change is frequently used by the left to promote socialism. In this episode of “Stopping Socialism TV,” Justin Haskins and Donald Kendal reveal the truth about climate change and the motives of those who constantly use it as a primary justification for expanding government power. Listen Now.
COVID-19 State-Specific Economic Response Consulting
Are you searching for help with state-specific solutions to undo the damage wrought by governor's executive orders and excessive lockdowns in response to the coronavirus pandemic? Contact State Government Relations Manager Samantha Fillmore to learn more about solutions for economic reopening in your state.
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