The Leaflet - Questions To Ask Before Expanding Medicaid
Despite the Supreme Court’s ruling last year that states could not be forced to expand Medicaid under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, some states have decided “free” federal money i
Research & Commentary: Ohio Medicaid Expansion
As states implement provisions of the federal health care law, many are debating whether to expand their Medicaid programs in order to receive a larger federal subsidy. Gov.
Policy Tip Sheet: North Carolina Renewable Energy Mandate
February 8, 2013
Policy Tip Sheet — North Carolina Renewable Energy Mandate
Research & Commentary: North Carolina Tax Reform
This year North Carolina joined the growing number of states considering major changes to its tax system.
Research & Commentary: South Carolina Parent Trigger
South Carolina legislators are considering an education reform that has garnered significant national attention: the Parent Trigger.
The Leaflet - Heartland’s Valentine’s Day in Topeka
Next week experts from Heartland will spend Valentine’s Day in Topeka, Kansas testifying on a bill that would amend the state’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS).
Research & Commentary: Louisiana Tax Reform
Research & Commentary: 9-1-1 Fund Raids
The 9-1-1 and emergency response systems play a key role in public health and safety.
Research & Commentary: Reducing School Violence
A wave of political rhetoric and action immediately followed the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting that ended 27 lives, in which a mentally ill young man used his mother’s legally acquired guns
Research & Commentary: Uranium Mining and Property Rights
The world’s 14th-largest deposit of known recoverable uranium is in southern Virginia at Coles Hill in Pittsylvania County.
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