Daily Policy Digest

Cheaper to Buy New Cars than Build Light Rail

A county proposal to build a light-rail service would be wildly expensive yet yield little benefits...

We Need More Job Creation

In order to get the economy on track, the country would need to see 5.2 million new hires each month...

New Education Poll: Parents Want Local Control

Fifty-six percent of Americans say that local school boards should have the strongest influence in determining what is taught in public schools...

Export-Import Bank Funds Tiny Sliver of U.S. Exports

The Export-Import bank supports less than half of 1 percent of small businesses in the United States...

A New Online College Model

Minerva is a new university that is seeking to change the face of higher education...

Immigration and Drought Threaten California's Economy

Twelve percent of the United States population lives in California, yet, staggeringly, over 30 percent of America's welfare recipients are located in the state...

School Choice on Display in Miami-Dade

More than half of the students in Miami-Dade County will attend schools that they themselves were able to choose...

DOT Issues New Rail Regulations for Oil

The Department of Transportation (DOT) recently unveiled new regulations intended to improve the safety of transporting crude oil by rail...

Keeping the EPA in Check by Cutting Funding

Congress can use the appropriations process and its power over funds to curb regulatory action...

Saving Money with School Choice

With a voucher program, for every student who left Tennessee's public school system on a scholarship, school districts would gain $612 on average...


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