An ominous storm cloud is gathering across the horizon as American governments try to pay for the lucrative pension promises made to their employees.
With transportation coffers barely able to maintain highways, let alone adding new capacity to relieve congestion, many transportation economists and urban planners have concluded that the&nbs
Federal, state and local governments are considering or have implemented policies that seek to reduce human emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs).
In this Reason article, the author asserts that prescription laws are harmful to the community and patients. They end up making us sicker, and poorer.
In an ABC News/Washington Post poll last fall, 62 percent of the respondents favored a universal, government-run medical insurance program. Such surveys reflect a widespread frust
"The War on Fat: Is the size of your butt the government's business?"
Traditional environmental regulations have two central features.
In this excerpt from the book on privatizing hospitals, Tradewell writes for Reason that for local governments, continuing down the path of operating their own public hospitals ultimately is likely
The best plans and best partnership structures often fail to be implemented because the public objects or opposing employees and medical staff win the ear of a sympathetic press which t