Getting What You Paid For — Paying For What You Get: Proposals for the Next Transportation Reauthorization
In this Policy Analysis, O'Toole writes that when Congress passed the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956, it gave the Bureau of Public Roads a clear mission: oversee construction of a safe, high-speed
Vallejo Con Dios: Why Public Sector Unionism Is a Bad Deal for Taxpayers and Representative Government
In this Policy Analysis, the authors write that rates of unionization in the United States today are at historic lows and are unlikely to rebound.
In this Policy Analysis, transit expert Randal O'Toole writes that everyone agrees that the r
In this Policy Analysis, the authors write that the federal “sustainability standard” require
In the Policy Analysis for CATO, the authors challenge the received opinion that if the Federal Reserve had followed a stricter monetary policy earlier this decade when the housing bubble was formi
In this Policy Analysis on free market health care options, Cannon writes that in March 2009, President Barack Obama said,
In this CATO Policy Analysis, Con-Revere contends that civil libertarians feared that a change of administrations would herald a revived Fairness Doctrine, a policy that previously permitted the go
In this Policy Analysis, freedom of expression is under threat. Challenges to it are coming from all corners of society.
The Myth of the Compact City: Why Compact Development Is Not the Way to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions
In this Policy Analysis from transit expert Randal O'Toole, proponents of compact development argue that rebuilding American urban areas to higher densities is vital for reducing greenhouse gas emi
In this Policy Anaysis published by CATO, the authors assert that health care issues—controll