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Research & Commentary: Chip-and-PIN Mandate

March 4, 2014

Since the recent financial data breaches at Target and other stores, several legislators and consumer groups have called for new regulations requiring banks and retailers to transition from the cur

Research & Commentary: Federal Ownership of Public Lands

March 3, 2014

Nearly half the land of the western United States is owned by the federal government, including 82 percent of Nevada, 68 percent of Alaska, 64 percent of Utah, 63 percent of Idaho, 61 percent

Research & Commentary: The Limitations of Solar Power

February 26, 2014

For more than a century, mankind has sought ways to convert the sun’s heat and light into electricity. According to the U.S.

Research & Commentary: Should Kentucky Increase Its Minimum Wage?

February 25, 2014

Kentucky legislators are now considering a bill, sponsored by House Speaker Greg Stumbo, that would increase the state’s minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 over a three-year period.

Research & Commentary: Regulating and Taxing E-Cigarettes in Washington

February 25, 2014

Over the past five years, electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) have emerged as a popular alternative for smokers looking to quit or substantially reduce their cigarette use.

Research & Commentary: Medicaid Expansion and Healthy PA

February 24, 2014

Pennsylvania has yet to approve an expansion of Medicaid under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare), but in September 2013 Gov.

Testimony of James Taylor - Kansas House Standing Committee on Energy and Environment

February 13, 2014

Senior Fellow James Taylor's written testimony submitted on February 13, 2014 to the Kansas House Energy & Environment committee on a resolution to oppose the Presiden't Climate Action Plan.

Testimony of James Taylor - Washington State Senate Energy, Environment & Telecommunications Committee

January 30, 2014

Heartland Senior Fellow for Environment Policy James Taylor testifies before the Washington Senate Energy, Environment, and Telecommunication committee during a January 2014 work session to discuss

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