In honor of National School Choice Week, a focus on school choice.
Hiking cigarette tax, offering tax incentives?
What happened to 2015 tuition tax credit scholarship donations?
Who’s on top in the global economic rankings? Not us!
After 2015 ObamaCare premiums, what’s in YOUR wallet?
How many countries have a higher corporate tax rate than the USA?
What if you could eliminate 90 percent of road vehicles?
One more reason Georgia needs tax reform
The state’s education spending has changed with the economy, not because of politics.
Can you trust the unemployment numbers?
How much could telehealth save in health care costs?
How many of the uninsured will avoid penalties and fines because of exemptions to the Affordable Care Act?
How are streetcar projects doing around the nation?
Uber, Lyft and Sidecar get a hostile reception.
Why has household inequality increased in the United States?
Transparency in health care could cut health care spending by about $100 billion over the next decade, according to one study
Mass transit: 1 percent of the travel. What share of the Federal Highway Trust Fund?
The American Academy of Private Physicians estimates that there are now about 4,400 concierge physicians, 30 percent more than last year.
It’s Friday! Generosity I: Georgia ranks second only to Utah in the percentage of income given to charity, according to the latest “Generosity Index” report of U.S. states and Canadian provinces from the Fraser Institute. Generosity II: In light of the previous post … Do you enjoy the Friday Facts? If so, we’d like you to remind you of the fine print at the bottom of every edition of the Friday Facts: “FRIDAY FACTS is made possible by the generosity of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation’s donors. If you enjoy … Continue Reading →
Foundation Vice President Benita Dodd proposed bus service instead of rail expansion in an article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Falling transit use in metro rides against U.S. trend,” by Andria Simmons, in the Sunday edition on April 13, 2014. The article appeared on page B1, the front of the Metro section. By Andria Simmons Daren Givens’ weekend outings used to begin with MARTA — a bus or train ride from his Fairlie-Poplar neighborhood to the zoo, a concert or an intown festival. That changed over the past few years … Continue Reading →