Research & Commentary: The Damaging Effects of Tourism Taxes
Tourism taxes have become an increasingly trendy pick for elected officials hoping to raise additional revenue to cover increases in government spending.
Research & Commentary: Texas Windstorm Insurance
Research & Commentary: The Failures of Smart Growth
Climate Change Reconsidered
Research & Commentary: Beware Federal Meddling in the Internet
Research & Commentary: Taxing the Rich Will Bankrupt Your State
Lawmakers in at least eight states are considering raising income tax rates on a small percentage of top income-earners in order to shore up their state budgets.
Research & Commentary: Extension of Unemployment Fund a Bad Idea
Taxing The Rich Will Bankrupt Your State
Research & Commentary: Optional Federal Charter: The Future of Insurance Regulation?
“Sin Taxes” Are Flawed Tax Policy
More than 20 states are considering “sin taxes”—such as excise taxes on tobacco, beer, and spirits—in order to shore up their budget deficits.
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