A study released in July 2016 by the Rio Grande Foundation argues New Mexico’s renewa
A new study published in The International Journal of
Atlanta, Las Vegas, the Twin Cities, and Arlington, Texas are recent examples of an out-of-control trend: the public funding of private sports facilities.
A joint study from researchers at Oregon State University and the University of Cincinnati (UC) – originally published in the peer-revie
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Analysts at the nonpartisan Institute for Justice (IJ) have given the State of Illinois’ civil asset forfeiture laws a grade of D-, one of
Despite possessing the nation’s highest health insurance coverage rate, Massachusetts lawmakers are now considering two bills that would institute a statewide single-payer health care system known
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