The Cures Act overturns a previous ruling by the IRS and DOL that precluded employers from using a defined contribution “HRA only” approach to subsidize their employees’ purchase of individual plans.
Laws against "price gouging" benefit some, harm many more.
Congressional action could have unintended negative consequences.
Letter supports CEI after attorney general's subpoena over climate change communications.
A troubling trend continues: well-connected special interests using state government to thwart competition.
For nonprofits that engage in issue advocacy on political matters, private giving prevents retaliation against speakers.
Leadership and good policy put Georgia in the lead in criminal justice reform.
MARTA rail expansion, education and money and welfare work requirements.
Session 2016: Limit government, advance economic opportunity.
Conventional wisdom says a budget surplus plus an election year equals a legislative session that adjourns quickly to maximize time for campaigning and fundraising, but not before spreading government funds as widely as possible to maximize voter "happiness.”
Cities with lower levels of traditional land-use regulation remain relatively affordable.