Daily Policy Digest

Getting Rid of Credit Hours: Competency-Based Education

Traditionally, students move through higher education based upon the amount of time spent in a classroom...

Lending Delinquency Drops in All Sectors Except for Student Loans

Student debt only grew during the Great Recession, while auto loans and credit card lending dropped...

Self-Driving Car Electronics Systems: Vulnerable to Hackers?

Car electronics systems are protected with very little, if any, security...

What Will Ebola Do to Economies?

The Ebola virus could disrupt a number of markets if it continues to grow...

Judge Rules Pensions Can Be Cut During Bankruptcy

A bankruptcy judge ruled that California's public employee pensions have no protection during bankruptcy...

Medicaid Expansion: Wisconsin Got It Right

Instead of expanding Medicaid to 138 percent of the FPL, Wisconsin chose to take a different route...

There Is No War on Women

The "war on women" may be a popular political tool, but it does not reflect reality...

The United States Could See Massive Economic Gains from Trade

Were the United States to engage in pro-trade policies, the country could see 10 million new jobs...

Rural Communities Would Benefit from School Choice

School choice would help all students across a state, especially those in rural communities whose schooling options are limited...

5.9 Percent Unemployment Doesn't Tell the Whole Story

While the unemployment rate fell in September, it was partly due to the drop in labor force participation...


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