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Implications of the Louisiana Supreme Court Voucher Ruling

Alexander Volokh
June 12, 2013

This May 7, the Louisiana Supreme Court ruled 6–1, in Louisiana Federation of Teachers v. Louisiana, that a statewide school voucher plan was unconstitutional.

Crony Capitalism and Community Development Subsidies

June 12, 2013
Policy Brief
It is difficult to gauge the success of community development programs

Spectrum Policy: Just Do It!

Steven Titch
April 1, 2013

The U.S. wireless industry is being held back by a shortage of spectrum—a problem driven in large part by rapidly increasing demand for mobile data.

California High-Speed Rail: An Updated Due Diligence Report

Joseph Vranich, and Adrian Moore
April 11, 2013
The California high-speed rail project cannot be delivered at the cost promised to taxpayers, is based upon a business plan incapable of delivering on its legal requirements and is justified by pr

Dispelling the Myths: Toll and Fuel Tax Collection Costs in the 21st Century

Daryl S. Fleming
November 1, 2012

One of the strongest arguments for motor fuel taxation is that it is a highly efficient means of raising highway revenue, while toll collection is highly inefficient (i.e. very costly).

The XpressWest High-Speed Rail Line from Victorville to Las Vegas: A Taxpayer Risk Analysis

Adrian Moore
August 16, 2012

This Taxpayer Risk Assessment examines the financial risks to taxpayers of the proposed XpressWest high-spreed rail project from Victorville to Las Vegas.

School Choice, Charter Schools, and Trends In Educational Privatization

Lisa Snell
April 2, 2012

This section of Reason Foundation's 

Inclusion, Not Infrastructure: Rethinking Universal-Service Policy in a Broadband Era

September 1, 2009

Government subsidies represent capital purposefully redirected into unprofitable enterprises.

The Tampa to Orlando High-Speed Rail Project: Florida Taxpayer Risk Assessment

January 1, 2011

Governor Rick Scott is evaluating whether to proceed with construction of the proposed Tampa to Orlando high-speed rail project.

The California High Speed Rail Proposal: A Due Diligence Report

Wendell Cox and Joseph Vranich
September 1, 2008

The purpose of this Due Diligence Report is to examine the proposal to build a California highspeed rail system (HSR) between the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento to Los Angeles and San Diego

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