Understanding electronic cigarettes’ effect on tobacco smoking is a central economic and policyissue.
The “social” impact of sand-mining operations, including their impact on land use, scenic beauty, and property values, can be a sensitive topic.
The more states spend on Medicaid, the less they spend on higher education.
As many as 9,000 non-metallic mines operate in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin – approximately one mine for every 3,000 residents.
Rob Natleson, senior fellow of the Independence Institute, presents his first policy study relating to amending the Constitution of the United States through an Article V convention.
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The rate of silica sand mining in the United States has increased in recent years, due in large part to the tremendous growth in hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas using horizontal drilling techn
Being able to speak freely and donate money anonymously has a long and distinguished history in the U.S. The Declaration of Independence, the campaigns for approval of the U.S.
In the nearly two decades since the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 was signed into law, the nation has seen a major reduction in the number of welfare recip
Most state governments can improve the effectiveness of their efforts to help those in poverty.
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