No. 126 The State Public Pension Crisis: A 50-State Report Card
Taxpayers in almost every U.S. state owe large and possibly unpayable retirement pensions to the men and women who work for the government.
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Research & Commentary: Subsidizing Sports Stadiums
Since the 1990s, the building of new sports stadiums has increasingly relied on taxpayer funds, with subsidies growing from just a few million dollars in tax exemptions to unabashed corporate welfa
Research & Commentary: Universal Access and Service Funds Are Outdated, Costly
Federal and state universal access and service funds (UASFs) have become an ineffective and outdated use of taxpayer money.
Research & Commentary: Credit Union Member Business Lending
Access to credit is an essential component of a market system, and the tightening of credit markets in the course of the economic downturn has businesses and entrepreneurs struggling to sustain the
Research & Commentary: Gross Receipts Taxes New Mexico Update
Research & Commentary: Governor's Support for Tobacco Tax Makes No Fiscal Sense
Research & Commentary: What Effect Would a Tobacco Tax Hike Have on Utah?
Tobacco tax hikes like the one being discussed in Utah should be recognized for what they are: unstable and regressive tax increases targeting a minority of citizens, fueling unsustainable governme
Research & Commentary: Transaction Taxes
Research & Commentary: SunRail Will Produce Few Benefits and Cost Millions
As Florida policymakers take up the SunRail passenger rail proposal, the performance of existing passenger rail systems across the country should be part of their deliberations.
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