Daily Policy Digest

Help the Poor by Repealing the Texas Franchise Tax

Texas' poor would see genuine economic benefits from the elimination of the state's franchise tax...

More Americans Moving to the South and West

1.2 million Americans left the Northeast and the Midwest for the South and West in just three years, from 2010 to 2013...

Explaining the Social Security Disability Insurance Program

The SSDI program is currently running a deficit, and, according to recent estimates, the program will be insolvent in 2016...

CBO: It's Not Possible to Analyze Obamacare Costs

Americans may never get an accurate projection of Obamacare's impact on the deficit...

Shale Gas and American Foreign Policy

Shale gas, combined with the United States' other energy resources, could provide 200 years' worth of energy...

Problems with Public Resource Management

Public managers of our nation's natural resources lack the effective incentives that private managers, with private property rights, have...

Patent Office Cancels Football Team's Trademark

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office withdrew the Washington Redskins' trademark protection, contending that its name was insulting to Native Americans...

U.S. Oil Production Keeps Prices Steady

While the continued violence in Iraq has raised concerns about oil, price volatility is low thanks to increased American oil production...

Legal Challenge to Seattle Minimum Wage

Litigants argue that Seattle's minimum wage law is discriminatory in its treatment of businesses...

Obamacare Verification Muddling Medicaid

Some states have begun removing ineligible individuals from the Medicaid rolls who were able to enroll due to problems with the federal government's exchange website...


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