Research & Commentary: Raw Milk Legalization
Local laws against the consumption of raw milk (unpasteurized and un-homogenized) were first created in the 1920s as a response to supposed health threats posed by the product.
Research & Commentary: Age Restrictions for Electronic Cigarettes
Thousands of American smokers trying to quit have tried electronic cigarettes, or “e-cigarettes,” sales of which have doubled in recent years.
Research & Commentary: Regulating Payday Loans
Over the past several years, states have begun considering new laws that would place severe limits (interest rate caps) or even bans on certain types of short-term loans, often called “payday loans
The Leaflet - Shackling the Internet with Taxes
Research & Commentary: Prevailing Wage Laws
Thirty-two states have prevailing wage laws.
Research & Commentary: Terrorism Risk Insurance Act Extension
The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) is currently set to expire at the end of 2014, and both its proponents and detractors have been pushing Congress to act by either extending the program or al
Research & Commentary: Massachusetts Computer and Software Service Tax
Massachusetts has had great success in recent years developing a burgeoning technology market, employing thousands across the state.
The Leaflet - Heartland Releases Major New Climate Science Report
Research & Commentary: Social Cost of Carbon
The Obama administration recently increased the federal government’s estimated social costs for carbon emissions.
The Leaflet - Australia May End Its Failed Carbon Tax
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