Daily Policy Digest

Taxpayers Paying Public Employees to Do Union Work

There were 286 full-time IRS employees that were receiving paychecks from the government in 2012, despite working solely for the National Treasury Employees Union...

Medicaid Waiver Approval Can Take Four Years

With federal approval, a waiver allows states to tweak the Medicaid program in order to fit the needs of their residents...

Flaws in Using Income Data to Measure Inequality

Because income is reported annually, it is not necessarily an indication of a person's wellbeing. Income tends to move in an arc over the course of a person's life...

Puerto Ricans Flocking to U.S. Mainland

Puerto Ricans leaving the island have cited economic issues as the primary reason for relocating...

Auto Loans Up, Home Loans Down

Americans took out new car loans at the fastest pace in eight years...

Have Faster FDA Approvals Caused Drug Safety Problems?

A new study contends that the FDA has rushed drug approval and threatened patient safety. NCPA Senior Fellow John Graham debunks that claim...

Tax Credit Program Offers Little to the Poor

A new report from Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) exposes that a federal tax credit program is not benefiting the poor, rather it provides more than $1 billion in credits each year to large banks and investors...

North Dakota Ahead of Alaska in Oil Production

While North Dakota gained residents between 2012 and 2013, Alaska lost more residents than it gained...

Walmart Enters the Health Care Market

By January 2015, Walmart will be operating a dozen primary care clinics across the country...

E-Cigarette Regulations Threaten Public Health

The FDA would require producers of new e-cigarette products to file applications with the federal government before they put them on the market...


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