Research & Commentary: Seat Time
“Seat time” is an often-overlooked aspect of education policy.
Research & Commentary: Age Restrictions for Electronic Cigarettes in Ohio
On November 13, the Ohio House of Representative passed House Bill 144, which would
Research & Commentary: Technology and Education
Some educators say implanting computers into existing classrooms, even with few other changes, will dramatically benefit students.
Research & Commentary: Regulating and Taxing E-Cigarettes in Iowa
Electronic cigarettes have quickly become one of the most popular nicotine replacement products; the total market is expected to hit $1.7 billion this year.
Research & Commentary: Sales Tax Holidays
Sales tax holidays have become a popular tool for state and local governments hoping to encourage certain types of con
Research & Commentary: Technological Services Taxes
A recent report from the Bay Area Council Economic Institute found the high-tech sector has grown
Research & Commentary: Michigan’s Scalping Law
Michigan state Rep. Tim Kelly recently introduced a bill that would allow buyers and sellers of event tickets to negotiate in a free market.
Research & Commentary: Nebraska Tax Reform
At first glance, Nebraska’s tax system appears competitive.
Research & Commentary: Online Travel Taxes
A new debate over how to tax hotel rooms could have a strong negative effec
Research & Commentary: Scholarship Tax Credits
Corporate K-12 education tax-credit programs, also known as scholarship tax-credit programs, are becoming a popular school choice option. In 2012 alone, three states established such credits.
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