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Regulations, Taxes Rule InvestmentsPosted on August 25, 2003 | Type: Press Release | Author: Tom Jenney
In a recent article, a Republic business columnist argued that opponents of the Phoenix Civic Plaza expansion and university lab funding lacked the vision of Arizona political giants like Carl Hayden and John Rhodes, writing that "If we'd have listened to the naysayers, California would happily have taken our water."
Informe sobre becas en Florida apoya reforma propuesta para ArizonaPosted on June 24, 2003 | Type: Press Release
PHOENIX -- En un informe publicado el 11 de junio del aóo en curso, Jay P. Greene y Greg Forster, eruditos del Manhattan Institute, reportan que el programa de becas escolares McKay del estado de Florida ha merecido el apoyo deuna mayoría decisiva de padres de niños clasificados como "discapacitados en aprendizaje." Bajo elprograma McKay, las familias de niños clasificados así reciben becas que se pueden utilizar paramatricularlos en escuelas privadas.
Goldwater Researcher: Findings Hold on Higher Ed StudyPosted on June 16, 2003 | Type: Press Release
On May 12, 2003, the Goldwater Institute released "Does Spending on Higher Education Drive Economic Growth? 20 Years of Evidence Reviewed," by Jon Sanders, higher education policy analyst for the John Locke Foundation.
Study on McKay Vouchers Lends Support to Goldwater Reform PlanPosted on June 11, 2003 | Type: Press Release
PHOENIX-In a study released today, Manhattan Institute scholars Jay P. Greene and Greg Forster find that Florida's McKay Scholarship Program has overwhelming support among parents of the special education children who receive vouchers through the program. The study's findings lend support to a Goldwater Institute proposal to use special education vouchers to combat pervasive racial bias by Arizona public school districts in the labeling of children as "learning disabled."
Report Offers Advice to Governor's Tax Review CommissionPosted on June 09, 2003 | Type: Press Release
Consumption-Based Tax Best Way to Enhance Savings, Investment, and Growth