HSAs for state employees would have benefited employees and taxpayers
Gov. Brian Kemp recently vetoed legislation that would have made health savings accounts available to state employees.
Georgia’s CON pits the powerful against rural healthcare needs
“We want folks here to have a choice, but without competition there is no incentive to be any better.”
Washington remains a long way from fiscal sanity
It’s clear that Washington will remain a long way from being fiscally responsible no matter how the debt ceiling standoff is resolved.
Education is going to change
We need to stop thinking in terms of “schools” and instead think in terms of an education.
Government Regulation in the Price of Multifamily Housing: Georgia
The research for Georgia finds that an average of 23.4 percent of the cost of multifamily housing can be attributed to federal, state and local regulation.Read More
Addressing Georgia’s Healthcare Disparities: The Benefits of Full Practice Authority for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants
One possible solution for Georgia’s growing disparity in healthcare access is allowing full practice authority for nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Funding Students Instead of Institutions
This report reviews the evidence on the topic and estimates the long-term economic impacts of funding Georgia students directly.
Development Impact Fees: Trends and Impact on the Community
While impact fees are a tool to help defray the costs of infrastructure needed to support new development, they are also an additional housing cost.Read More
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