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: E15 and Ohio
Ohio currently does not require gasoline be blended with renewable fuel, but ethanol is still frequently blended with the state’s motor gasoline in compliance with the federal Renewable Fuel Standa
Research & Commentary: Seat Time
“Seat time” is an often-overlooked aspect of education policy.
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: 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.
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.
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