Research & Commentary: Corporate Tax Inversions
The United States currently has the highest corporate tax rate among the 34 nations in the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), in addition to being one of the few nations
Research & Commentary: The Export-Import Bank
Globalization is making promoting trade crucial to maintaining and expanding the U.S. economy.
Research & Commentary: Common Core Math Standards
The United States scores below the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) average in mathematics literacy, behind 29 other nations, predominantly from Europe.
Research & Commentary: New Jersey Renewable Portfolio Standard
The New Jersey Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) requires all state utilities serving retail customers to procure 22.5 percent of the electricity they sell from renewable sources by 2021.
Research & Commentary: U.S. Growth in Non-Teacher Staff
The United States spends more of its operating budget on non-teaching personnel than every other country in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), except Denmark.
Research & Commentary: Mississippi Franchise Tax Repeal
A tax reform proposal being floated in Mississippi could eliminate the state’s franchise tax, which is levied on businesses and partnerships chartered within the state.
Research & Commentary: Chattanooga Municipal Broadband Expansion
The electric utility company running Chattanooga, Tennessee’s municipal broadband recently filed a petition to override a state law that pre
Research & Commentary: Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act and the Grandfather Clause
Congressional leaders are now looking to move the vote on extending the moratorium on state and local taxation of Internet access and on discriminatory taxes on emails and other data to the lame du
Research & Commentary: Common Core English Language Arts Standards
Common Core State Standards, a grade-by-grade set of requirements for what elementary and secondary school children should know in each grade in math and English language arts (ELA), have been said
Research & Commentary: The Clean Water Act
After creating the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Congress passed numerous landmark environmental laws, including the Clean Water Act (CWA), which achieved a bipartisan majority in 1972.
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