Daily Policy Digest

Rubio-Lee Tax Reform Plan: Good but could be Better

On the bright side, Rubio and Lee's proposal does include attractive pro growth features...

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Patent Restrictions Will Discourage Innovation

Ignoring the tradition of non-intervention in licensing negotiations undermines support for strong patents, which are critical to economic growth and innovation...

The Veterans Independence Act: A Feasible Veterans' Health Care Reform

The Veterans Independence Act seeks to address the same basic problems lawmakers faced when they tried to reform the VA in prior years...

Capital Gains Tax Hikes do not Just Affect the Rich

In today's struggling entrepreneurial climate, policymakers can ill-afford to impose additional taxes on productive workers and small businesses, or reduce the rate of return on capital investment...

The Federal Reserve's Power to Act as Lender-Of-Last-Resort Is Necessary for a Stable Financial System

The FDIC cannot expand guarantees to bank depositors without congressional approval, and the Treasury cannot do the same to money-market funds without new legislative authority...

Congress Could Embolden Innovation by Stimulating the Free Market

By stimulating the free market, Congress could pave a way for needed breakthroughs in health care, security, energy and environmental innovation...

Millions of Immigrants could Receive Earned Income Tax Credits for Illegal Work

The Treasury Department has not provided a figure for how much the tax credit will cost American taxpayers...

Congress Should Leave the Health Care Exchange Business

Instead of forcing people to buy health insurance through a government exchange, Americans should be able to buy health insurance however they want...

The Environmental Protection Agency Comes Down on Texas Jobs

The EPA should consider the national economic implications of overregulating ground level ozone in Texas...

Texas' Economy Thrives Despite Unionism

While Texas boasts lows costs, low taxes and plenty of jobs, what the Lone Star state does not have much of, however, is workers unions...


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