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2015

July

DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Jul. 31st Health Care 4 Ways Insurers Suffer Adverse Selection Under Obamacare
Jul. 30th Legal Update Separation of Powers in North Carolina State Government
Jul. 30th Economics & Environment Is NC headed the way of Great Britain when it comes to wind power?
Jul. 28th Fiscal Insight Pensions at the state and local levels
Jul. 24th Economics & Environment New study: Arctic sea ice on the rise in 2013 and 2014, Antarctic sea ice at record high levels
Jul. 24th Education Vouchers win, Manning listens, charters move
Jul. 22nd Legal Update Economic Rights and the Constitution, Continued
Jul. 21st Fiscal Insight Federally controlled land and what it means for NC Counties
Jul. 17th Health Care Uber for Health Care?
Jul. 16th Economics & Environment 1. McCrory's "all of the above" energy policy defies economic and common sense
Jul. 16th Legal Update Economic Rights and the Constitution
Jul. 15th Education Rise up! Feds ruin biscuits in NC schools
Jul. 13th Fiscal Insight Economic Incentives: County by County
Jul. 10th Economics & Environment Nobel Prize Winner in Physics and Obama Supporter Joins "Denier" Camp
Jul. 10th Health Care You Can Never Have Enough Health Insurance Mandates
Jul. 9th Education The school crime problem and the school choice solution
Jul. 9th Rights & Regulation A homeowner's lament and the overcriminalizing mindlessness of overregulation
Jul. 8th Legal Update He's a Complicated Man
Jul. 7th Fiscal Insight What did your local 4th of July fireworks show cost?
Jul. 2nd Economics & Environment First high ozone readings for NC in over two years
Jul. 2nd Rights & Regulation Energy policies have much bigger impacts on people than previously thought
Jul. 1st Education Homeschoolers: 107,000 students strong
Jul. 1st Legal Update A Great Win for Free Speech (and Property Rights)

June

DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Jun. 30th Fiscal Insight Continuing Resolution for Budget is Passed
Jun. 30th Health Care Certificate of Need (CON) Forgets What's Best For The Patient
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