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NSCW 2016! Dallas ISD Charter School Fight

National School Choice Week is here and while most of the nation is celebrating the great school choice options in each state, a Dallas Independent School District charter school zoning showdown reveals school choice opponents in Dallas...

Obamacare's Cost per Beneficiary Explodes with Shrinking Enrollment

The Congressional Budget Office's latest budget estimate shows Obamacare's costs per beneficiary have exploded, as enrollment in Obamacare's broken exchanges collapses to 13 million people...

National School Choice Week: Cause for Celebration

Since the first private school voucher program in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1991, there have dramatic gains throughout the nation in education choice...

Most Obamacare Enrollees Will Pay More in 2016

A majority of enrollees in Obamacare exchange plans can expect to pay significant double-digit percentage rate hikes for 2016...

Tax Credit Funded Education Savings Accounts

Education Savings Accounts can be designed to avoid state Supreme Court challenges...

Private Sector Vigilance, not Government Regulation, Protects Patients

Theranos, an innovative diagnostic company that provides direct-to-consumer lab tests, has received some safety queries from Medicare and the Food and Drug Administration. Lucky for patients, the private sector had already reacted...

Obamacare Joins Pile of Unfunded Liabilities

It looks like Congress' alternative to Obamacare is deficit-funded Obamacare...

Col. "Bernie" Sanders Half-Baked Recipe for Health Plan

Bernie Sanders health care proposal is a half-baked fairytale of wishful thinking and Robin Hood dreams says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick...

Murkowski Outlines Senate Energy Plan

In the GOP weekly address, Sen. Murkowski describes the Energy Policy Modernization Act, which includes liquid natural gas (LNG) exports...

Four Failed Federal Education Reforms

Recent education reform initiatives by several administrations produced, at best, minimal improvements in student performance at a high price to taxpayers...


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