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James Taylor: Great Lakes Region Is Benefiting From Warming

ECN PODCAST - Senior Fellow for environment and energy policy for The Heartland Institute sits down with host Donald Kendal to discuss how modest global warming is benefiting the Great Lakes Region growing season.

Jesse Hathaway: Football Leagues Exempt from Taxation

BTN PODCAST - The other day, Research Fellow Jessie Hathaway was on the the radio show "On Point with Church Douglas." He was on the program to discuss taxpayer subsidized NFL Stadiums.

Jim Lakely: How Net Neutrality Will Ruin the Internet

ITN PODCAST - Co-Director of Heartland’s Center on the Digital Economy, Jim Lakely discusses Net Neutrality with guest host Mike Siegel on the Howie Carr Show. Siegel and Lakely talk about the latest Net Neutrality news and what it would mean for the Internet.

State Rep Pam Snyder: Greenhouse Gas Regulation Implementation Act

ECN PODCAST - Democrat State Representative Pam Snyder representing Pennsylvania’s 50th district is the author of House Bill 2354, called the Pennsylvania Greenhouse Gas Regulation Implementation Act, which was signed by into law by Gov. Tom Corbett on October 22, 2014. This important piece of legislation was developed in response to the Obama administration proposed a 30 percent cut in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions below 2005 levels by 2030 from power plants.

Sean Parnell: Obamacare After the Midterms and Gruber Comments

HCN PODCAST - Research Fellow and Managing Editor of Healthcare News Sean Parnell sits down with host Donald Kendal to discuss the latest healthcare news. Parnell talks about the elections impact on Obamacare, the proposed 2017 project and the comments by Jonathan Gruber.

Drew Johnson: Proposed Global Tax on Tobacco

BTN PODCAST - Washington Times columnist and editor Drew Johnson joins The Heartland Institute’s Budget and Tax News managing editor Jesse Hathaway to talk about the World Health Organization’s (WHO) “Article 6,” a proposed global tax aimed at making tobacco products prohibitively expensive. Johnson, ejected from covering the public meetings for reporting on the WHO proceedings in Moscow, talks about the United Nations health organization’s misguided priorities, and the undemocratic nature of the proposed tariff rules.
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