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Government & Politics
November 17, 2020
Policy Brief: Socialist Watch 2020: An Analysis of Candidates Endorsed by Far-Left Organizations
The list included below in this Policy Brief shows the election victories and losses for socialist and far-left progressive candidates running for office during the 2020 general election.
Climate Change
November 16, 2020
Policy Brief: No, Climate Change Is Not 'Straining Budgets' in Colorado Towns
The claim that climate change is causing strains on local government budgets as a result of increasing drought, wildfires, and avalanches is thoroughly debunked by objective scientific facts, as this Policy Brief clearly shows.
Alcohol & Tobacco
October 23, 2020
Research & Commentary: Michigan Governor Proposes Flavor Ban That Would Further Harm Small Businesses
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s coordination with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is leading to new executive rulemaking processes that will allow the governor to enact a permanent flavor ban without legislative process.
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Environment
October 23, 2020
Policy Brief: Managing Ethylene Oxide: An Air Quality Professional's Perspective
Ethylene oxide is produced at petrochemical facilities, but is also regularly found in natural, biological systems, such as the human body. It is also commonly found in ambient air throughout industrial, residential, and rural areas.
Taxes
May 13, 2020
Policy Brief: How to Fix America's Crumbling Infrastructure: Lessons from Australia
Policymakers and analysts generally agree that much work and many reforms are needed to repair, improve, and enhance infrastructure in America. But how, exactly, should these goals be achieved?
Environment
April 10, 2020
Policy Brief: How the Green New Deal's Renewable Energy Mining Would Harm Humans and the Environment
As this paper shows, expanding mining on the scale needed to meet the renewable energy requirements contained in the Green New Deal and other proposed renewable energy mandates would cause unimaginable harm to the environment, wildlife, and humans.

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Policy Briefs
November 7, 2019
By James Taylor, Anthony Watts
Montana has warmed very little during the past century, and not at all during the past 15 years.
October 31, 2019
By Matthew Glans
In this FAQ, Matthew Glans examines several commonly asked questions about certificate of need laws and why they hold back growth in the health care market.
September 5, 2019
By James Taylor
This paper provides Idaho-specific climate information to help inform lawmakers so that they can craft the best possible climate-related policies on behalf of the people of Idaho.
September 1, 2019
This report by the American Legislative Exchange Council shows where states stand on cross-state licensing and telehealth.
August 2, 2019
By Justin Haskins
Although the total costs of Medicare for All have been analyzed in detail in multiple studies, few have considered how these costs would affect U.S. taxpayers in specific income brackets.
July 23, 2019
By Heartland Staff
This policy booklet aims to inform key stakeholders, including policymakers, about THR products, specifically e-cigarettes and vaping devices, while debunking many of the myths associated with e-cigarettes.
July 1, 2019
By Joseph Bast
The grounds for reversing the Endangerment Finding are robust, and this action is long overdue.
June 6, 2019
By James Taylor
The tremendously expensive proposal would devastate the U.S. economy and cause more environmental destruction than protection.
May 28, 2019
By Craig Idso, David Legates, S. Fred Singer (1924 - 2020)
This Policy Brief reviews recent research to determine if there is any evidence of such an acceleration and then examines claims that islands and coral atolls are being inundated by rising seas.
April 30, 2019
By Edward Hudgins
This Policy Brief argues an FTCM approach, by collecting real-world data on the effects of new drugs, would provide more patients with access to potentially life-saving drugs, and it would do so faster and more efficiently than the current FDA system.