“Election Integrity: Facts, Fraud and Fiction,” a policy briefing with Heritage Senior Legal Fellow Hans von Spakovsky.
Now is an especially important time to reflect on the sacrifices made by the greatest generation during World War II.
Kennedy Atkins has joined the Georgia Public Policy Foundation as a Development Associate and will focus on donor relations and outreach.
The political success of vouchers and ESAs hinges on persuading opponents that these programs won’t deprive schools of needed funding for the remaining students.
Foundation makes global ‘Best Independent Think Tanks’ List for second consecutive year!
Balancing the Books in Georgia’s Public Education
Heritage Trade in Georgia Issue Brief Griff Lynch Presentation-min
The brief, vague descriptions on the ballot offer little explanation what exactly the amendments will do.
Every young Georgian deserves the opportunity to become a productive citizen. School choice can help families make responsible decisions to meet their student’s educational needs.
The idea behind Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) is a simple one: when spending from an account we own and control, we become fully empowered consumers in the medical marketplace.
A new book describes a “bottlenecker” as “anyone who uses government power to limit competition and thereby reap monopoly profits and other benefits.”
We asked Georgians to share their health plan experiences under the Affordable Care Act.
Low-income, uninsured Georgians often have no primary care physician and are unable to afford to visit one.
Benita Dodd moderates a panel on energy and environment issues at the Heartland Institute Emerging Issues South Forum in Nashville.
The Georgia Public Policy Foundation waives the cost of publications and registration fees for public meetings and events to credentialed members of the media.
Dodd-Frank and the resulting government interference have done more harm than good for American consumers by crippling small businesses and stunting job growth.
Most of the media attention surrounding the upcoming U.S. Supreme court decision in King v. Burwell has focused on the Affordable Care Act’s subsidies in the federally operated exchanges. Many people do not realize that these ACA subsidies are not unique: Almost all health care is subsidized.
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.
Georgia’s successful criminal justice reforms were highlighted recently at an event in Atlanta hosted by the Charles Koch Institute.
As Sunshine Week approaches, shining a light on solar energy in Georgia.