Daily Policy Digest

Imposing a Single Subject Rule on Federal Legislation

Americans have become used to the laws that come out of Congress -- bills are massive and can reach thousands of pages, making reading them all but impossible...

Canadians Saving Billions with Tax-Free Accounts

In 2009, Canada introduced Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSAs), and the results have been overwhelming...

Medical Device User Fees: They're Not Working

In 2002, the Food and Drug Administration began extracting "user fees" from medical device manufacturers in exchange for the promise of faster device approval times...

Millennials Saving with 401(k)s in Record Numbers

During the first six months of 2014, Millennial enrollment in 401(k) savings plans increased by 55 percent...

How Health Care Sharing Ministries Work

As of today, 300,000 Americans across the 50 states are enrolled in Health Care Sharing Ministries, which share costs among those of similar religious faiths...

How to Increase the Value of a Dollar? Move.

Surgeons in Kansas make more than surgeons in any other state after adjusting for cost of living...

71 Percent of Obamacare Insurance Enrollment Gains Due to Medicaid

New enrollment data for the second quarter of 2014 reveals how Obamacare enrollment shook out among Medicaid and private coverage...

Democracies Less Likely to Go to War

In 1795, philosopher Immanuel Kant first suggested that those in democratic republics were less likely to support wars...

Copyright Protection for Course Syllabi?

How far can the copyright go? Controversy over the concept has been brewing at the University of Missouri...

Title IX: From Athletics to Assault

How did a federal law aimed at improving opportunities for college women to participate in athletics become a vehicle for extensive federal involvement in schools' sexual assault programs?...


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