JLF Research Archive
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Fantastic enrollment growth and where to find it
The Chamber seeks part-time temp help making a mockery of economics
Public Choice and Self Funded Campaigns
Supreme Court Declines to Clarify Its “One Person, One Vote” Doctrine
The News & Observer's cruel plan for the poor
Testing time and time for testing
North Carolina’s Certificate Of Need Law: Diagnosing Dysfunction
The Criminalization of Speech, Continued
Committee Rejects Proposal To Reduce MRI Acquisition Costs
On the separation of bathroom and state, NC gets it right
What to bear in mind when discussing occupational licensing reform
Missing Him (Justice Scalia) Already
Ballparks, ballparks, everywhere
Your copy of the John Locke Foundation’s 2016 Tax Reform Battle Plan is just 60 seconds away.
Teacher import and export update
Federal report shows uptick in education school enrollment
The real cost of buying land
Draft bill would herald more labor freedom in North Carolina
Charlotte bathroom ordinance -- The broader principle is property rights
3 Ways North Carolina Can Improve Access To Health Care With Less Government Intervention
“Sixth Circuit Loses Patience with the IRS”
“Green” school buildings in North Carolina fall far short of their promises to protect the environment through lower energy costs and increased efficiency.
Direct primary care restores the incredible value of personalized medicine, benefiting patients, doctors, employers, and the state.
North Carolina’s tax code penalizes savings and investment by double taxing their returns— specifically interest, dividends, and capital gains. These biases can only be eliminated by removing savings and investment from the tax base, or by eliminating the returns to saving; for example abolishing the taxation of capital gains.