In this CATO Policy Analysis, Conover contends that taxes impose costs on society beyond the amount of revenue government collects.
In this Policy Analysis for CATO, transit expert Randall O'Toole argues that America’s experiment with government ownership of urban transit systems has proven to be a disaster.
Reputation under Regulation: The Fair Credit Reporting Act at 40 and Lessons for the Internet Privacy Debate
More than 40 years ago, Sen. William Proxmire (D-WI) guided the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) through Congress, seeking to improve the operations of the credit reporting industry.
In this Policy Analysis, Tanner wades into the debate over whether Social Security is or is n
In this Policy Analysis, Samples examines the War Powers and its application to Libya and the
In this Policy Analysis, McCluskey challenges the oft held opinion that the American Ivory Tower is strapped for cash and taxpayers are to blame.
In this Policy Analysis, Svorny states that supporters of capping court awards for medical malpractice argue that caps will make health care more affordable. But, will it?
In this Policy Analysis from CATO, Gordon analyzes the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico as it brought to the fore some longstanding problems associated with the regulation of commercial activities o
As large state government budget gaps have opened in the past year, lawmakers across the country are turning to cigarette taxes for added revenue.