Heartland Institute

14 Think Tanks and Advocacy Groups Urge Congress to Oppose Carbon Taxes

December 12, 2012

UPDATE: On March 13, 2013, The Heartland Institute was among 16 conservative think tanks and advocacy groups that signed a letter urging a sense of the Congress resolut

Wisconsin’s Act 10: Saving Schools from the Fiscal Cliff

December 11, 2012

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s Act 10 is working.

Research & Commentary: UTOPIA and the Problems Facing Municipal Broadband

December 10, 2012

One of Utah’s most ambitious municipal broadband programs is facing serious subscribership and funding problems.

Research & Commentary: The Nevada Parent Trigger

December 6, 2012

Nevada legislators are considering an education reform that has garnered significant national attention: the Parent Trigger.

Pricewaterhouse Coopers' 'Too Late' Report: Poor Science, No Practical Solutions

November 21, 2012

A new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), titled Too Late for Two Degrees?

Research & Commentary: Efforts to Improve Teacher Quality

November 21, 2012

The United States has increased its teaching force 250 percent since 1950, reducing teacher-student ratios from 1:22 to 1:15, but the expansion has not brought higher teacher quality.

Research & Commentary: Georgia Parent Trigger

November 21, 2012

A Georgia legislator plans to propose an education reform that has garnered significant national attention: the Parent Trigger.

Research & Commentary: “Use it or Lose it” Proposals

November 21, 2012

With gasoline prices reaching all-time highs, some activists and politicians are attacking oil and gas companies for not fully developing the federal leases for energy production they hold, and the

Research & Commentary: Oregon Capital Gains Tax Reform

November 20, 2012

As Congress considers whether to allow the capital gains tax rate to increase at the beginning of 2013, states across the nation are debating whether to change their own capital gains tax rates.

Research & Commentary: Internet Sales Taxes

November 19, 2012

In the past few years members of Congress have proposed several bills to expand states’ ability to tax purchases made online and from mail-order catalogs.

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