ARLINGTON, VA.–There has been increasing concern about global climate change on the part of the media, politicians and the public, stimulated by the idea that human activities may adversely influen
Why not just abolish the U.S. Food and Drug Administration?
By Maureen Martin
This Heartland Policy Study by education expert George Clowes addresses concerns about the efficacy of school vouchers that have been raised recently by some school reform advocates.
The relationship between doctors and their patients is very special.
The proper role of government in financing and delivering health care is one of the hottest public policy issues of our time.
Between 1970 and 2002 government expenditures on health care rose by 690 percent, and if current trends hold, by the year 2050 those expenditures will account for one-third of U.S.
Bartley J. Madden, email@example.com, is a Heartland Policy Advisor whose current research focuses on FDA reform, corporate governance, and accounting/valuation issues.
Created in 1997, SCHIP provides health insurance coverage for families with too much income to qualify for Medicaid, but not enough income to afford private insurance.