Daily Policy Digest

Longer Work Commutes Affect the Economy

Between 2000 and 2012, the number of jobs within the typical commute distance for residents in a major metro area fell by 7 percent. The number of jobs increased in only 29 of the nation's 96 largest metro areas...

Poorer Students Do Not Benefit From Lower Student Loan Interest Rates

Changes to student loan programs can be expensive, therefore, Congress could consider if expanding loans is worth the cost before adopting Senator Warren's legislation proposal...

Congress Should Balance the Budget

The budget is a critical tool in Congress' legislative arsenal to correct the current fiscal course...

Veterans Deserve Better Health Care Delivery

A recent nation-wide survey shows 88 percent of veterans favor the option to choose their own medical provider...

Unions Can't Raise Wage But High Productivity Can

Walmart's U.S. operations, with around a million hourly employees, generate about $330 billion...

Wind Power Is Not Economically Feasible

Reason Foundation found it is not economically feasible to expect wind generation to produce more than 20 percent of operating electricity capacity...

The Burden of Pension Costs on California Municipalities

A number of cities are spending more than 12 percent of total revenue on pension contributions...

Affordable Care Act Could be Repealed by the Next President

Failure to harvest low-hanging fruit might doom patient-centered health reform to the forever future...

Lack of Education Transparency in California Hurting Students

Parents need to be able to see the growth of their children over time in reading and math and make decisions about the quality of their schools...

What Do Nevada Voters Think About Education Reform Matters?

Nevadans are more likely to say education is "the most important issue facing the state" than other states...


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