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DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Aug. 25th Legal Update A Recent Supreme Court Decision Has Had a Direct Impact in North Carolina
Aug. 24th Fiscal Insight Supporting Freedom through Federalism
Aug. 21st Health Care Here Come The 'Repeal And Replace' Proposals
Aug. 20th Education Playing politics with teacher vacancies
Aug. 20th Rights & Regulation Physics: another enemy of renewable energy. Oh, and forget about battery storage.
Aug. 20th Economics & Environment What can be better for a union than a minimum wage increase that prices low skilled competition out of labor markets?
Aug. 19th Legal Update The Regulatory State and the Rule of Law, Continued
Aug. 17th Fiscal Insight Another Budget Extension, which is actually more normal than not in state government
Aug. 17th Rights & Regulation Counting the costs of renewable energy and traditional energy sources
Aug. 14th Health Care CON: A Useless Piece of Regulation
Aug. 14th Economics & Environment Economic concept of crowding out explains how government money to Planned Parenthood funds abortions
Aug. 13th Legal Update Lucky to Be Here, continued
Aug. 11th Education How we spend education dollars matters...just ask Halifax
Aug. 10th Fiscal Insight Increased focus on state budget spending limit and a Taxpayer Bill of Rights
Aug. 7th Health Care Why BCBS Is Asking For 35 Percent Premium Increases
Aug. 7th Economics & Environment GDP is not economic growth
Aug. 6th Rights & Regulation Occupational licensing's bad effects are increasingly hard to ignore
Aug. 5th Legal Update An Economist Writes about the Rule of Law


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

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