Daily Policy Digest

Less Restrictive Regulation of APRNs Can Address the Doctor Shortage Problem

The current shortage of specialty physicians is slightly larger in 2015 (33,100) than for primary care physicians (29,800)...

A Market-Based SGR Replacement Plan

As Medicare consumes an ever-larger share of U.S. economic output, the SGR system fails to meet its goal of ensuring that Medicare's spending on physicians grows more slowly than a broad economic index...

State Governments Want to Shut Down Fracking

Despite the benefits of energy production, hydraulic fracturing bans and draconian regulations have become more and more common at both the state and local level...

Data and Statistics Could Help Improve Education

Congress can enable and support state officials and local educators to make informed decisions about effective programs and practices...

Should Insurance Cover Yoga?

Are we really meant to believe that employees cannot pay for their own yoga classes?...

Dodd-Frank Restricts Competition Among Financial Firms

Title VIII provides yet another reason why Congress should repeal the Dodd–Frank Act...

Poverty and Educational Opportunity Abroad

Kenya is an educational haven compared to many other developing countries...

Inefficient Public Transport Project Should Be Reevaluated

The Purple Line will have an average speed of 15.5 miles per hour...

The Disadvantage of RPS Outweigh the Benefits

These increased energy prices will likely hurt New Hampshire's residents and businesses and, in turn, inflict harm on the state economy...

Lifting the Oil Export Ban Would Increase Energy Production

The United States now produces more oil and natural gas than Russia and Saudi Arabia...


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