A new report from the Joint Economic Committee of Congress, using Congressional Budget Office data, reveals the federal health care law will impose $4 trillion in tax increases by 2035.
For many decades, unions were the only large-scale professional organizations available to teachers and education administrators.
In this policy tip from Heartland, a report is highlighted about the pharmaceutical industry known as academic drug detailing. Through its academic drug detailing policy, the federal governmen
Harnessing modern technology to tailor education personally and make it efficient is new and greatly unsettled territory.
Sometime in the next few days, Florida Gov.
Louisiana legislators have proposed an education reform that is garnering significant national attention: the Parent Trigger.
Catastrophe bonds are insurance-linked securities that offset major costs to taxpayers and insurers caused by natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes.
Shades of EPA: The Flawed Human Health Effects Epidemiology in the California Air Resources Board’s Diesel Truck Emission Rules
On December 12, 2009, the California Air Resources Board (CARB), a subdivision of the California Environmental Protection Agency, published its final rule to reduce diesel exhaust emissions in the
To avoid high U.S.