American Legislative Exchange Council

State Factor: States are Engaging EPA on Clean Power Plan

Rep. Thomas Lockhart, WY (HD-57), Rep. Bette Grande, ND (HD-41, and Rep. Chuck Martin, GA (HD-49)
November 17, 2014

A November 2014 white paper written by three legislators from different parts of the country and published by the American Legislative Exchange Council, examines the impacts of EPA' proposed Clean

The Unseen Costs of Tax Cronyism: Favoritism and Foregone Growth

Jonathan Williams, Will Freeland and Ben Wilterdink
July 25, 2014

State policymakers who are trying to make their states more tax competitive often are making their tax systems worse by engaging in "tax cronyism," or exceptions in the tax code that allow specific

Rich States, Poor States 7th Edition

Arthur B. Laffer, Stephen Moore, Jonathan Williams
April 15, 2014

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) released its annual Rich States, Poor States report in April 2014.

Abuse and Misuse of Personal Information

John Stephenson
March 13, 2013
In this study, John Stephenson writes about the advances in technology that can provide a number of useful products and services that can either enhance or threaten personal privacy, depending on how

State Tax Cut Roundup: 2013 Legislative Session

November 21, 2013

In this document that assesses state taxes, Jonoathan Williams writes that with the federal government locked in seemingly endless gridlock, it is up to the states to jumpstart their own econ

Report Card on American Education Ranking State K-12 Performance, Progress, and Reform

Matthew Ladner, and Dave Myslinski
July 15, 2013

In this report card, the authors contend that the United States suffers from a costly and ineffective system of K–12 schooling — a disadvantage that we can scarcely afford in an increasingly compet

Rich States, Poor States, 6th Edition

Arthur B. Laffer, Stephen Moore, and Jonathan Williams
May 23, 2013

All across the nation, states are looking for ways to boost their economies and become more economically competitive.

Tax Myths Debunked

Eric Fruits, Ph.D., Randall Pozdena, Ph.D.
February 6, 2013

Across the country, states are seeking new ways to become more economically competitive and better ways to grow.

Tax Myths Debunked

Eric Fruits and Randall Pozdena
February 6, 2013

The U.S. economy is suffering its deepest and most prolonged recession since the Great Depression.

Dig It! Rare Earth and Uranium Mining Potential in the States

Tom Tanton
December 13, 2012

When thinking about the mining industry, one would probably picture a coal mine in West Virginia, maybe an ore mine in the Mesabi Iron Range, or perhaps even a gold mine somewhere in the American w

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