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Interview with Jayson Lusk

Jayson Lusk, professor and Willard Sparks Endowed Chair of Agribusiness in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Oklahoma State University, is on this week's podcast speaking with host Arin Greenwood about his recent critique of the local foods movement, The Locavore's Dilemma: Why Pineapples Shouldn't Be Grown in North Dakota.

Legal Challenges to Obamacare

Heartland's Benjamin Domenech and other experts are interviewed about the legal challenges to Obamacare in the courts, and what observers can expect from upcoming decisions.

Who Funds the Network Neutrality Movement?

This week's podcast guest is Scott Walter, president of Campion Consulting, a philanthropic consulting firm for donors in the fields of education, civic literacy, and aid to the underprivileged.

Barriers to Distance Learning

Lance Izumi, Senior Director of Education Studies at the Pacific Research Institute in California, discusses regulatory barriers to distance learning with School Reform News Managing Editor Ben Boychuk.

Collin Hitt: Illinois Has Gone from Bad to Worse

Illinois' Democrat lawmakers sent the state's income tax soaring, wiping out nearly the only competitive advantage the state has had, says Collin Hitt of the Illinois Policy Institute.

Interview with Helen Clary

This week's guest is Helen Clary, director of employee benefits for Alper Services, talking with host Arin Greenwood about how employers are reacting to anticipated mandated changes to employee benefits, and how present government policies may be leading to a single payer system.
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