Research & Commentary: The Benefits of Shale Energy on Other Industries
As advancements in hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling continue to revolutionize the nation’s energy outlook, it’s important to consider the economic ripple effect expanding shale energy h
Research & Commentary: Illinois Pension Reform
The state employee pension system in Illinois is broke, both financially and structurally.
Research & Commentary: Renewable Fuel Standard
Research & Commentary: Hydraulic Fracturing in Florida
The Florida Legislature is considering a bill that would allow and regulate the use of a technology that has revolutionized the United States’ energy outlook: hydraulic fracturing.
Research & Commentary: Pole Attachment Fees
Broadband consumers in Tennessee could soon see a significant hike in their monthly bills if legislation now before the state legislature passes.
Research & Commentary: Governor Dayton’s Tax Hike Package
Research & Commentary: Kentucky Pension Reform
Kentucky’s government employee pension system is currently carrying a $33 billion unfunded liability and has less than half the money it needs to cover all its present and future obligations.
Research & Commentary: Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Reform
Oklahoma’s workers’ compensation insurance system is currently the sixth most expensive in the nation and in dire need of reform.
Research & Commentary: Lifting the Cap on Member Business Lending
Representatives Ed Royce (R-CA) and Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY) have introduced the Credit Union Small Business Jobs Creation Act (HR 688), which would lift the member business lending cap on credit un
Research & Commentary: State Motor Fuel Taxes
Several states across the country are considering increases in their motor fuel taxes to fund repairs and improvements to infrastructure.
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