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Friday Facts: July 3, 2014

The goals worth championing as we celebrate America’s independence.

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Video: Civil Asset Forfeiture: Undue Process and Overdue Reforms

Civil Asset Forfeiture: Undue Process and Overdue Reforms” featured two great panel discussions featuring Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform, moderator John Malcolm of the Heritage Foundation, Jason Pye of Freedomworks, Walter Olsen of the Cato Institute., Derek Cohen, senior policy analyst for the Texas Public Policy Foundation and Right on Crime, Robert Frommer from the Institute of Justice, and Evan Armstrong, legislative counsel to Rep. Tim Wahlberg (R-MI) and Joseph Rivers, who was a recent victim of asset forfeiture as he was headed to Los Angeles to begin a career in music. Rivers–who lost $16,000 after being questioned by a DEA agent–put a human face on asset forfeiture, and his story serves as a cautionary tale in allowing the practice to continue in the manner it does today. Watch the panel discussions here.


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Despite Court Ruling, Health Law Remains Unworkable, Unaffordable and Unpopular

The problems with ObamaCare are real and not getting better

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Friday Facts: June 26, 2015

Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute Keynotes the October 15 Legislative Policy Forum!

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Criminal Justice Reform Working

Crime and incarceration rates are falling in Georgia and other reform states.

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Losing ACA Subsidies ‘Far From the Whole Story’

A version of this op-ed by Tom Payne, Atlanta resident and board member of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, appeared in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on June 18. Access the op-ed online here. Finding Another Way Than ObamaCare By Tom Payne Georgiansaaa

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Foundation President Reacts to Court Ruling on Health Care Law

The Foundation will continue to work toward better options for Georgians.

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A Reality Check on King v. Burwell and Health Care Subsidies

By Kelly McCutchen The great majority of Georgians get their insurance from government or their employer. As of 2014, only 6 percent of Georgians held an individual policy or a policy bought on the federally operated exchange. Most of the media attention surrounding theaaa

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King v. Burwell and the Cost of Health Insurance

By Kelly McCutchen A reduction in the underlying cost of health insurance is an often-overlooked benefit of a U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of the plaintiff in the King v. Burwell case. Regulation of insurance has traditionally been reserved for state government. Theaaa

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Where Does Georgia Rank in K12 Education?

In each test and at each grade level, Georgia’s students have significantly improved their ranking compared to other states.

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