The Leaflet - The Amazon tax goes to Congress
I hope everyone had a fun- and food-filled Thanksgiving!
The Leaflet - Thanksgiving & Capitalism
Before free markets were established, the colonists had nothing for which to be thankful. ...
The Leaflet - Mixed Election Results From States
This week was election week for lawmakers in Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, and Virginia.
The Leaflet - U.S. Supreme Court Will Review 3 PPACA Cases
On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court issued an order granting review in three cases regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
Research & Commentary: Section 652 and Cable-CLEC Mergers
On June 21, 2011, the National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA) filed a petition of regulatory forbearance with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding Section 652 of t
The Leaflet - Learning From Massachusetts' Exchange
Welcome to the inaugural edition of The Leaflet, a weekly policy roundup produced for lawmakers by The Heartland Institute’s government relations department.
Research & Commentary: Florida’s Online Travel Agent Tax
Florida’s tourism industry brings in more than $60 billion each year and is the state’s most profitable industry.
Research & Commentary: Protecting Privacy in Cloud Computing
The 25-five-year-old federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) doesn’t protect individuals’ data stored remotely in the Internet “cloud” (such as gmail, mobileme, and skydrive).
Research & Commentary: State Video Franchise Reform in Texas
Current cable television franchise laws in Texas favor new video service providers over existing ones by not allowing existing service providers to enter into statewide franchises.
Research & Commentary: Wireless Tax Fairness in the States
The Wireless Tax Fairness Act of 2011, currently pending in Congress, would put a moratorium on discriminatory state wireless phone and data service tax increases.
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