Join us for a discussion on government’s proper role in medical innovation and its funding.
What is a sensible model for regulating electronic cigarettes, nicotine-containing products that are far safer than conventional cigarettes?
There are less than forty shopping days before the next drop-dead date for the August recess, and political dismay springs eternal. So what have we learned so far about health care politics?
One of the most important policy discussions going on right now concerns how we maintain the accuracy of government reported statistics, especially those concerning the economic condition of our fellow Americans. Empirical and credible data are essential for policymakers and program administrators to measure properly program performance and to understand how these programs affect the lives of participants.
Mitchell Chester, the longtime Massachusetts Commissioner of Education, a good man, and a true friend, passed away Monday evening. I’ll always remember his passion for doing.
This week, the Supreme Court delivered its long-awaited decision in Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer. However, the decision’s narrow language left unsettled whether states are still free to discriminate against religious schools when it comes to publicly available benefits that aren’t related to playground surfaces.
Put aside the hypocrisy and danger implicit in saying elected leaders are murderers if they dare pare back the welfare state. The truth is that health-care “reform” has been a story of bipartisan malpractice.
Quotation of the day is from Reason’s Nick Gillespie.
The Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA) isn’t perfect, but it also isn’t finished. Overall the BCRA is a good step toward re-establishing the flexibility and experimentation that our Constitution encourages.
What does Ronald Reagan’s brand of conservatism mean for the Republican Party today? Join AEI for a discussion of Reagan’s ideological foundations and the future of the GOP.
While the IMF pours cold water on the Trump administration’s plans of 3% growth, JP Morgan provides a look at how one state is already there.
At a time when Puerto Rico is suffering from its worst economic crisis in decades, Gov. Ricardo Rossello is doing the island a disservice by making a push for statehood.
Like most economic forecasters, the International Monetary Fund never saw Trumponomics as capable of delivering superfast growth ASAP. So now that massive tax cuts and infrastructure spending are looking more unlikely, the IMF is only modestly reducing its near-term outlook.