This model legislation for education tax credits from the Cato Institute aims to provide maximum freedom for parents, children, schools, and taxpayers to support and attend the schools they choose.
Changes in insurance markets that followed the flurry of hurricanes in 2004–2005, capped by Hurricane Katrina, have been met by a storm of criticism in Congress and state capitals.
Tanner contends in this Policy Analysis that if one includes the unfunded liabilities of programs such as Medicare and Social Security, the true national debt could run as high as $119.5 trillion.
All over the world, there is increasing interest in a simple idea for the regulation of risk: the Precautionary Principle.
The Federal Government’s Real – but Very Dangerous and Limited – Role in Confronting Bullying and Harassment
The federal government does have, and should use, authority to enforce equal protection under the law against violence and harassment, testifies Neal McCluskey of the Cato Institute before the U.S.
People seek answers to seemingly simple questions: Is the water safe to drink? Is there a safe level of radiation? But usually there is not a simple answer to such questions.
Examples from Chile demonstrate that the best way to increase the prevalence of successful schools and education methods is to create incentives for schools to scale up themselves, instead of forci
In this Policy Analysis, Coulson argues that no correlation exists between a charter school receiving private funding and its later performance after controlling for external factors.
In this Policy Anaysis, Randall O'Toole takes on subsidies that don't work, and are not efficient.
In this Policy Analysis from CATO, Samples argues that the United States Supreme Court decided in Citizens United v.