Daily Policy Digest

FERPA Reforms Could Effect Student Privacy and Educational Innovation

Congress would do well to reauthorize the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) in a way that ensures student record protection while not overregulating a third party’s ability to create new ways of pioneering educational advancements...

Is Direct Primary Care the Free Market Answer to Obamacare?

Lawmakers should work toward removing bad policies that prevent the expansion of patient choice and provider competition...

The EPA Wants to Control All Waters of the United States

The EPA’s efforts to expand its control of all “waters of the United States” will affect farms, ranches, orchards, mines and timber industries, and give it jurisdiction over millions of acres of private property...

States Are Better Prepared to Manage Federal Lands

Ultimately, state management of federal lands will benefit the economy by adding jobs and nurturing oil and gas production...

Another Unfunded Mandate That Could Set Back Health Care

Imposing a more complex coding system on the medical community will take more time away from treating patients...

Education Reforms Will Give Wisconsin's Higher Education System Greater Autonomy

The proposed reforms to the University of Wisconsin system could lead higher education to a sustainable path by empowering leaders, protecting taxpayers and promoting long-term stability...

State Controlled Education: Still A Good Idea

Advancing reforms through the HERO Act and A-PLUS Act will provide freedom to those closest to K-12 and higher education...

Yet another Reason for Tax Reform

The government could quit spending Highway Trust Fund money on things like hiking trails, ferries, sidewalks and landscaping...

Americans with the Highest Student Debt Are More Likely to Pay Loans

Debtors are more likely to pay back their loans the more money they borrowed for school compared to those who borrowed less...

Wealthy People Are Not the Greatest Threat to Poor Neighborhoods

High-poverty areas do not suffer when gentrifiers move in...


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