Daily Policy Digest

Will the FDA Approve Genetic Engineering to Kill Mosquitos?

Each of the 48 contiguous states saw cases of West Nile virus last year, with 119 deaths out of 2,469 reported cases...

The World's Most Free Countries: United States No Longer in Top Ten

The United States is no longer among the top 10 countries for economic freedom...

School Choice Battles in the Courts

With their popularity on the rise, interest groups have taken to attacking school choice programs through the courts...

Part-Time Employees May Be Better Off under Obamacare than Full-Time Workers

Three ACA provisions will change the nature of the typical workweek...

How Would Selling Insurance across State Lines Work?

For years, a number of health policy reformers have encouraged lawmakers to allow health insurance to be sold across state lines...

Obamacare Will Reduce Women's Work Opportunities

The Affordable Care Act, purported to benefit women, could send more women back to part-time jobs...

Public Uninformed When It Comes to Education Funding

Many Americans are completely unaware of how much money states actually spend on public education...

Labor Force Continues to Shrink

The 62.7 percent labor force participation rate is the lowest rate the United States has seen since 1978...

How Much Do Americans Pay in Cell Phone Taxes?

Americans pay 17 percent in federal, state and local cell phone taxes...

Don't Revive the Wind Tax Credit

Until last year, the federal government gave a generous tax credit to wind producers of $23 per megawatt-hour...


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