Cities with lower levels of traditional land-use regulation remain relatively affordable.
Troublingly, disclosure mandates are sweeping the country in the form of vague and overbroad regulations reaching the activities of 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations – groups that operate in nearly every sector and industry in the United States and represent views across the political and philosophical spectrum. These mandates have diluted political dialogue, invited harassment and retaliation against speakers, and chilled speech and association.
Twenty-one states now have Right-to-Try laws.
The mistakes of municipal broadband.
A think tank from Benita Dodd's native country is in the running for the Atlas Network's prestigious Templeton Award.
Be sure to sign up to attend the Sixth Annual Georgia Legislative Policy Forum Oct. 15!
Michigan and Texas provide good examples for Georgia to follow in expanding economic opportunity.
Congressional safeguards prevent abuse of Trade Promotion Authority.
How do you reign in the modern regulatory state?
Nothing illustrates the vagaries of government management better than the protection of butter.
While breweries are contributing to economic growth in many states, Georgia is being held back by antiquated laws and powerful special interests.
Foundation's next event: March 18 with AG Sam Olens discussing federalism.
Zoning policies send a distorted market signal
The Foundation shares its Top 10 of 2014! What were YOUR favorites?
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Georgia's foster care pilot projects seems to be fast-tracked, but would a slower approach work better? By Foundation Editor Mike Klein
Georgia already has its sights set on the next strategy after completion of the Savannah River Harbor Project. By Foundation Editor Mike Klein.