Sports Stadium Madness: Is Fan Ownership the Answer?
The Heartland Institute, a free-market think tank whose researchers have questioned government subsidies to sports stadiums since the mid 1980s, has released a new Policy Brief proposing f
Texas’s Margins Tax: Principles for Reform
Texas’s franchise tax—better known as the “margins tax”—does not work as advertised. The tax has not achieved any of the goals its creators set out for it.
Comments on Report to Congress on How to Modernize and Improve the System of Insurance Regulation in the United States
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The Case for Creating a Michigan Auto Insurance Fraud Prevention Agency
In February 2008, Pennsylvania resident Corey Middleton called the police and his insurance company to report a serious problem.
Regulating For-Profit Colleges in Ohio
The Ohio legislature is considering H.B.
The ‘Parent Trigger’ in California: Some Lessons from the Experience So Far
Five Things to Consider Before Raising Tobacco Taxes: A Review of the Research
Tobacco use poses well-known health risks. Smokers, on average, die earlier than nonsmokers.
You Call This Consensus?
Heartland Institute President Joseph Bast writes a 2011 paper examining the common sound bites surrounding the idea that there is a scientific "consensus" surrounding the idea that humans are the p
The Indiana School Scholarship Act (House Bill 1003): Commentary and Analysis
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Corrections to Fiscal Note for Taxpayers’ Savings Grants Program
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