The mining and use of coal is increasingly under threat from EPA energy and climate regulations, however, coal has many benefits: it is abundant, reliable and affordable, and states that use it to
The Supreme Court ruled that some provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) were unconstitutional, specifically those that would take away all federal Medicaid funds from states that refuse to ex
This effort famously began in 1965. From then to 2008, nearly $16 trillion was spent on means-tested welfare, in 2008 dollars.
Advanced biotechnology could greatly benefit the world’s growing population, but governments have placed severe regulatory restrictions on the use of such technology.
Twenty Myths about Single-Payer Health Insurance: International Evidence on the Effects of National Health Insurance in Countries Around the World
When our original report “Twenty Myths About National Health Insurance”1 was published in 1992, advocates of national health insurance were promoting it as a viable alternative to th
In a number of countries, efforts are underway to develop commercial nuclear reactors fueled by thorium not uranium.
The United States has a substantial amounts of rare earths, however, government policies discourage their development.
China's government government will have to relieve excessive restrictions and let market's work, if it is to successfully chart the course for the unprecendented, rapid urbanization it is undergoin
The use of information technology in diagnosing, treating and monitoring patients — known as telemedicine — is adding a new dimension to modern health care. Entrepreneurs are using the