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War on Poverty at 50 — Despite Trillions Spent, Poverty Won

Michael Tanner
January 8, 2014

In an article that also appeared on Fox News (Online) on January 8, 2014, Michael Tanner asserts that 5

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CON Job: State "Certificate of Necessity" Laws Protect Firms, Not Consumers

Timothy Sandefur
June 22, 2011

When St. Louis businessman Michael Munie decided to expand his moving business to operate throughout the state of Missouri, he thought it would be a simple matter of paperwork.

Privatizing the Transportation Security Administration

Chris Edwards
November 19, 2013

In this Policy Analysis, Chris Edwards writes that after the terrorist attacks in 2001, the federal government moved quickly to increase spending on aviation security and take control of passenger

Do Single-Family Homes Threaten the Planet?

Randal O'Toole and Damien M. Schiff
November 19, 2013
In this post at CATO, the authors wrtie in an article that also appeared in the Washington Times&n

The Fourth Obamacare Shock Wave Is about to Reach Us

Jim Powell
November 13, 2013

In an article that appeared in Forbes.com on November 13, 2013, jim Powell writes that  Ob

The Impact of Charter Schools on Public and Private School Enrollments

Richard Buddin
August 28, 2012

in this Policy Analysis from CATO, Richard Buddin writes that charter schools are publicly funded schools that have considerable independence from public school districts in their curriculum develo

Obama’s ‘Social Cost of Carbon’ Is at Odds with Science

Paul C. "Chip" Knappenberger
October 28, 2013

In this article that also appeared on Investor’s Business Daily (Online) on October 28, 2013, Chip

Reducing Livability: How Sustainability Planning Threatens the American Dream

Randal O’Toole
October 28, 2013

In this policy report at CATO, Randal O'Toole writs that, 

Electronic Cigarettes at a Regulatory Crossroads

Thomas Hemphill
September 1, 2013

The article focuses on the initiatives taken by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to institute regulatory mechanisms for all tobacco products in the country.

Increasing Taxes for Mass Transit Would Hurt Central Indiana

Randal O'Toole
October 18, 2013

In an article that also appeared in the Indianapolis Star on October 18, 2013, Randal O'Toole brings his expertise to the transit is

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