County incentives, renewable energy myths, adverse selection, and JLF research
The Greensboro News and Record interviewed John Locke Foundation Director of Fiscal Policy Studies Sarah Curry about her recent report compiling county-by-county data on economic development incentives. The News and Record also published Curry’s column on the impact of federally owned land on county budgets.
Health and Human Services Policy Analyst Katherine Restrepo‘s latest Spotlight report focuses on the negative impact of the Affordable Care Act in generating adverse selection in health insurance. The Triangle Business Journal quoted Restrepo’s analysis of adverse selection and Blue Cross Blue Shield rate increases. NCPoliticalNews.com promoted Restrepo’s research newsletter on adverse selection, along with Terry Stoops’ newsletter targeting school vouchers, charter schools, and the latest Leandro lawsuit court developments. N.C. Senate Republicans’ daily press email promoted Roy Cordato’s column panning the notion of an all-of-the-above energy policy.
The National Center for Policy Analysis highlighted Director of Regulatory Studies Jon Sanders‘ recent report dissecting a flawed study from the renewable energy industry. The Kernersville News published Director of Legal Studies Jon Guze‘s column on the debate over economic rights in the Constitution.