Research & Commentary: West Virginia Wireless Taxes for Tourism
In January, West Virginia state Sen. H. Truman Chafin proposed a $10 million increase in the tax on wireless services to increase funding for the West Virginia Division of Tourism.
Research & Commentary: Net Metering
In 43 states and the District of Columbia, utility customers who purchase their own generation source (also called distributed generation, most often a rooftop solar panel) can sell any excess elec
Research & Commentary: Pennsylvania Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard
Pennsylvania state Rep.
Research & Commentary: Michigan Income Tax Reform
Michigan is facing a budget surplus, and as a result
Research & Commentary: Wyoming Medicaid Expansion
After voting in 2013 not to expand Medicaid, the Wyoming Legislature is now considering
Research & Commentary: Utah Medicaid Expansion
Most states across the country already have decided whether to expand their Medicaid programs as part of Obamacare.
Research & Commentary: Wisconsin Income Tax Repeal
A new report by the American Legislative Exchange Council’s Center for State Fiscal Reform found 18 states made a total o
Research & Commentary: Vermont Pension Reform
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.
Research & Commentary: Nevada Margins Tax
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
Research & Commentary: Certificate of Need Laws
Competition among health care providers improves the services they provide and gives consumers more options.
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