Daily Policy Digest

How Do Health Savings Accounts Work?

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) give health care consumers more control over their own health spending, and they're one of the reasons cited for the recent slowdown in health care costs...

How Higher Education Beats K-12 Education

While American higher education is criticized for being expensive, bureaucratic and ideologically one-sided, it does have certain advantages over K-12 education...

California Forces Small Winery to Shut Down

California prohibits for-profit businesses from using volunteer labor...

Fraud in the Tax Code

While complexity and inadvertent errors are a large part of the reason for the tax gap, some of the gap is due to fraud...

Replicating Economic Growth Reforms of the 1980s and 1990s

During the last six years of the Reagan and Clinton presidencies, the United States' average economic growth rate was 4.4 percent…...

New York Fracking Ban Will Cost the State Jobs, Revenue

Despite the fact that fracking is lowering energy costs and raising American GDP, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) plans to prohibit racking the state of New York...

Customers Face High Energy Prices Thanks to European Climate Agenda

Despite 18 years of no global warming, European nations have continued to push a climate change agenda, to the detriment of consumers...

Reforming No Child Left Behind

Lawmakers are looking to reauthorize the 2001 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law...

What Is the Tax Gap?

Between 2001 and 2012, more than 4,600 changes were made to the tax code -- an average of more than one per day...

Economic Pessimism after the Recession

Just 29 percent of Americans believe the recession created temporary changes in the economy, while 71 percent believe the recession had created a permanent change in economic conditions...


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