Daily Policy Digest

Millennial Support for Big Government Wanes if It Means Higher Taxes

Millennial support for a government that provides more services declines when the costs of such services become clear and when millennials make more money and become more responsible...

How to Fix Transportation Woes? Cut Federal Spending

The solution to the Highway Trust Fund's fiscal woes is to cut spending by $14 billion...

Part-Time Work Responsible for Job Growth

Growth in today's recovery is half of what it was after the United States' previous four recessions...

Certificate-of-Need Laws Raise Costs, Reduce Services

Certificate-of-need (CON) regulations prevent health care providers and hospitals from entering markets or offering new services without approval from state regulators...

California: Overprotecting Public Employee Pensions

California courts have ruled that public employees have a right to maintain their pension levels, making it difficult for the state to enact pension reform...

America Needs Mining Reform

The United States imports $119 billion worth of minerals each year, and our reliance on other countries makes domestic manufacturers vulnerable to supply disruptions and price spikes...

Houston Creates Jobs, Boasts Low Housing Prices

On a square-footage basis, the same amount of money can buy seven times as much space in Houston as in San Francisco and over four times as much space as in New York...

Ex-Im Benefits a Few, Has Minor Impact on Exports

In 2013, the top 10 Ex-Im beneficiaries received 75 percent of Ex-Im subsidies...

States Restrict Ability of Employers to Ask for Employees' Passwords

Seventeen states have passed laws restricting the ability of employers to ask for login and password information from employees...

Should the United States Expand the Child Tax Credit?

Some pundits argue that expanding the child tax credit would help Republicans politically, but others argue that the subsidy is an entitlement that should not be extended...


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