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2015

January

DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Jan. 26th A balanced budget doesn't fix everything
Jan. 26th Fiscal Insight A balanced budget doesn't fix everything
Jan. 26th Education National School Choice Week is here!
Jan. 23rd Economics & Environment The incentives debate: free markets vs. central planning
Jan. 23rd Legal Update Giving Credit where Credit Is Due
Jan. 23rd Health Care North Carolina Medicaid Reform Should Not Be A Precursor For Obamacare's Medicaid Expansion
Jan. 22nd Rights & Regulation How the process of government regulation can impact religious freedom and economic growth
Jan. 21st Education Long-forgotten school observances deserve another look
Jan. 19th Fiscal Insight Performance and Program based budgeting will be the focus in McCrory's 2015 budget
Jan. 16th Health Care Mark Your Calendars: Obamacare Heads Back To The Supreme Court
Jan. 16th Rights & Regulation Pew report shows just how heavily solar companies rely on government handouts
Jan. 14th Education The weird and wacky world of education funding
Jan. 14th Economics & Environment Hurray for Lower Gas Prices: or so one would think
Jan. 12th Fiscal Insight How the legislature could craft better education laws
Jan. 9th Rights & Regulation Why the North Carolina film industry will continue

2014

December

DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Dec. 12th Economics & Environment Minimum wage increase + payroll taxes + Obamacare = a one-two-three punch for low skilled workers
Dec. 11th Rights & Regulation Diner discounts and fast-food wage hikes
Dec. 5th Rights & Regulation What Cicero can teach North Carolina about policies to help the poor
Dec. 5th Health Care North Carolina's Certificate of Need Laws: A Golden Ticket for Some
Dec. 4th Education An overview of the AP U.S. History controversy
Dec. 3rd Economics & Environment Central planning of health care investments: picking winners and losers on the same day
Dec. 3rd Fiscal Insight How does NC pay for government?

November

DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Nov. 25th Education Half of first-year community college students lack basic English and math skills
Nov. 24th Fiscal Insight Thanksgiving with homegrown turkeys and sweet potatoes
Nov. 20th Economics & Environment Economic Nonsense and Keystone XL
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