The Leaflet: Heartland Uncovers Shocking Medicare Wasteful Spending
As you may already know, The Heartland Institute produces and sends out six monthly newspapers addressing the major domestic public policy issues to every national and state elected official in the
Research & Commentary: Accountable Care Organizations
As states begin to estimate the price of implementing President Barack Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), one costly component of the law has yet to receive much-needed att
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 - 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: ‘Second Chance’ Health Insurance Exchange Partnerships
Several state legislatures are declining to create the health insurance exchanges mandated by President Barack Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
The Leaflet - Mixed Election Results From States
This week was election week for lawmakers in Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, and Virginia.
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: State Chemicals of Concern Lists
At least eight states have implemented de facto regulations on chemicals they deem “hazardous” by creating “chemicals of concern” lists.
Research & Commentary: Lessons from Massachusetts and Utah Insurance Exchanges
As states await a U.S.
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