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Devil of a Stadium PlanPosted on November 13, 2013 | Type: In the News
ASU has received some criticism for its approach. "It's an impulse toward mission creep and empire-building," said Stephen Slivinski, a senior economist at the Goldwater Institute, a conservative think tank. "They could have sold the land, put it back on the private tax rolls and taken the proceeds for Sun Devil Stadium. Instead, they're rolling out a new product line, distorting the local market and competing unfairly with private property owners."
Strassel: Driving Dick DurbinPosted on October 31, 2013 | Type: In the News
The Illinois senator targets the American Legislative Exchange Council, whose reform proposals hit trial lawyers in the pocketbook.
Julia’s healthcare choicePosted on October 02, 2013 | Type: In the News | Author: Christina Corieri
Eager to silence the naysayers in the lead-up to the implementation of Obamacare insurance exchanges this week, the Department of Health and Human Services released new cost projections, touting that premiums for plans on the exchanges will be “lower than originally expected.”
Justice Department vs. Louisiana Voucher KidsPosted on September 23, 2013 | Type: In the News | Author: Clint Bolick
Eric Holder hauls out a 40-year-old civil rights case to attack minority school choice.
States Can Save Taxpayers $609 BillionPosted on April 30, 2013 | Type: In the News | Author: Christina Corieri
State governments generally don't have much of an impact on the federal budget. But there was a gift for fiscally conservative state lawmakers tucked into last summer's U.S. Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act. In National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius, the court ruled that Congress cannot coerce states into expanding Medicaid by threatening to withhold federal dollars for a state's existing program. This ruling effectively gave state policy makers the unique opportunity to veto hundreds of billions of dollars in new federal spending.