A study released in July 2016 by the MacIver Institute for Public Poli
Pennsylvania legislators have been debating how to balance the state’s budget for several months. Initially, Gov.
In June, the Alaska Department of Education (ADOE) requested the federal government “
The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice has released an expanded follow-up study to a 2014 report examining why Indiana parents choose to take advantage of the state’s Choice Scholarship Pro
As of July 2016, the United States’ national debt has reached over $19 trillion, with an average federal debt per-person now surpassing $59,000.
Seventy-five percent of 580,000 Republican primary voters in Georgia voted in favor of expanding educati
In an effort to increase education funding, Maine voters will soon consider a ballot initiative that would create a 3 percent tax on individuals’ taxable income above $200,000.
In November, North Carolina voters will decide on an amendment to the state’s constitution that would place a 5.5 percent cap on corporate and personal income tax rates.
In 2013, Kentucky became one of 32 states that chose to expand its Medicaid program under the federal Affordable Care Act. Then-Gov.
Thirty-one states, in addition to the District of Columbia, have chosen to expand their Medicaid programs under Obamacare, and 19 have refused to do so.
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