Daily Policy Digest

Just 3 Percent of Colleges Require Students to Take Economics

In its sixth annual study of curriculum at 1,098 colleges and universities in the United States, the American Council of Trustees and Alumni reports some staggering facts about college course requirements...

Sixty Percent of Americans in Poverty Not Working

Americans were much better off in 2000 than they were in 2013...

How Do Health Savings Accounts Work under Obamacare?

Health Savings Accounts are considered a "consumer-driven" health care reform, meaning that they put the consumer in charge of his own health care spending...

More Higher-Income Students Taking Out Loans

According to a new report from the Pew Research Center, the increase in the borrowing rate is largely linked to students from higher income families...

Greece Experiments with Minimum Guaranteed Income

For six months, Greece will experiment with providing a minimum guaranteed income to households in 13 municipalities...

CON Laws Limit Patients' Access to Life-Saving Exams

States should be itching to get state-of-the-art medical devices into their hospitals, but 36 states have laws on the books that keep new and improved equipment, as well as new hospitals, out...

Lawyers vs. LegalZoom

Decisions from state boards are made without public scrutiny, and their orders serve to suppress competition from those threatening to provide similar services...

No Long-Term Gains from Universal Preschool

President Obama and supporters have called for the establishment of universal preschool programs. But are the programs worth the $50 billion cost?...

How the U.K. Halted Corporate Inversions

The Tax Foundation has released a new study by William McBride detailing what the U.K. did to reverse the trend of corporate inversions...

EPA Regulation Would Cost $100 Billion Per Year

The Environmental Protection Agency has sent possibly the most expensive EPA regulation yet to the White House's Office of Management and Budget for review...


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