Heartland Institute

The Leaflet: The Social Impacts of Frac Sand Mining

February 19, 2016

Hydraulic fracturing, commonly called “fracking,” has created an energy revolution for the oil and gas industries in states such as North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

The Leaflet: States Consider Article V Constitutional Reform

February 11, 2016

States across the nation are considering constitutional reform. According to Article V of the U.S. Constitution, amendments can be passed in two ways.

The Leaflet: Alcohol Taxes, Regulations, and Mardi Gras

February 4, 2016

On February 9, the City of New Orleans will celebrate Mardi Gras, a holiday often associated with beads, parades, wild parties, and alcoholic beverages strewn about the sidewalks of Bourbon Street.

The Leaflet: States Consider Medicaid Reform

January 28, 2016

Many states are debating making or have already made significant changes to their health care programs, with many focusing on Medicaid expansion.

The Leaflet: Missed Heartland’s Emerging Issue Forum in Nashville? Watch It Online!

January 21, 2016

On December 9, The Heartland Institute hosted its final 2015 Emerging Issue Forum (EIF).

The Leaflet: The Top Issues Facing States in 2016

January 14, 2016

In November 2015, The Heartland Institute published Ten State Solutions to Emerging Issues, an info

The Leaflet: The Future of Social Security

January 7, 2016

According to a 2015 survey released by AARP, formerly the American Association of Retired Persons, a

The Leaflet: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Heartland Institute

December 24, 2015

Happy holidays to all elected officials, our allies, Legislative Forum members, and liberty lovers!

Research & Commentary: Mississippi Civil Asset Forfeiture

February 19, 2016

Analysts at the nonpartisan Institute for Justice (IJ) have given the State of Mississippi’s civil asset forfeiture laws a grade of C-.

Research & Commentary: Georgia Income Tax Reform

February 19, 2016

Since 2012, an increasing number of states have been looking into ways to reform their tax codes.

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