Daily Policy Digest

Allen West Speaks as part of the NCPA's Hatton W. Sumners Distinguished Lecture Series

Allen West, retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel and former Republican House of Representatives member, spoke to an audience of more than 240 people at the Renaissance Hotel Dallas...

Do Nine Million Children Really Need CHIP?

There are only 2.7 million American children within the eligible CHIP population of 9.1 million who actually need funding through CHIP...

Attacks on School Choice in Florida

Controversy has developed in Florida over the state's school choice program...

Zero-Tolerance Policy Yields Results

Freire Charter School, a Pennsylvania middle and high school, has taken great steps to stop violence within the classroom...

Why Is Health Care Slow to Adopt Technology?

Many technology enthusiasts have grown frustrated with the health care sector's slow adoption of new technology...

Approval Process for LNG Export Terminals Needs Reform

Two dozen LNG export applications are still sitting in bureaucratic limbo, because the approval process is messy and slow...

Better Quality Insurance Policies Before Obamacare

Last year, before the Affordable Care Act was in force, young adults had access to an average 33 health plans in their area with premiums that were lower than Obamacare...

Individuals Failing to Verify Legal Status Will See Insurance Cancelled

The New York Times reports that 115,000 people will see their health insurance cancelled on October 1...

States Reinstitute Work Requirements for Food Stamps

To receive food stamps, low-income, childless adults are generally required to work or participate in a work training program for a minimum of 20 hours per week...

Government Intervention Leads to Higher Tuition Costs

College tuition has grown at twice the rate of inflation for the last three decades...


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