A new report by the American Legislative Exchange Council’s Center for State Fiscal Reform found 18 states made a total o
Most states across the country already have decided whether to expand their Medicaid programs as part of Obamacare.
As unfunded government liabilities have raced out of control, the high cost of traditional defined-benefit public pensions has become a big issue for Vermont.
Competition among health care providers improves the services they provide and gives consumers more options.
Nevada’s tax system, which has neither individual nor corporate income taxes, is well-designed and has allowed the state to enjoy significant increases in population, employment, and economic growt
A legal challenge to state “Amazon tax” laws was recently rejected for review by the United States Supreme Court. The U.S. Supreme Court’s 1992 decision in Quill Corp. v.
Funding for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the food assistance program also known as food stamps, has received increased attention in recent months.
Ohio currently does not require gasoline be blended with renewable fuel, but ethanol is still frequently blended with the state’s motor gasoline in compliance with the federal Renewable Fuel Standa
On November 13, the Ohio House of Representative passed House Bill 144, which would
“Seat time” is an often-overlooked aspect of education policy.