Heartland Institute Experts React to President Obama’s Gun Control Proposals
President Barack Obama today urged Congress to pass a host of sweeping new gun laws as part of his $500 million plan that he says will decrease gun violence, especially in schools, in the wake of t
Heartland Institute Experts Comment on President Obama’s Press Conference
President Barack Obama today held the final news conference of his first term, fielding questions on the debt ceiling debate, taxes, the federal budget, relations with Congress, and gun control.
Heartland Institute Experts React to Gov. Jindal’s Proposal to Eliminate State Income, Corporate Taxes
The New Orleans Times-Picayune on Thursday reported Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal will soon propose a plan to eliminate state taxes on personal income and corporate earnings.
Heartland Institute Experts Reacts to Parent Trigger Victory in Adelanto, California
The Adelanto School Board Tuesday night voted unanimously to turn Desert Trails Elementary School into a charter school, marking the first time the “parent trigger” education reform was successfull
Heartland Institute Reacts to Illinois Pension Reform Failure
The Illinois General Assembly let the lame-duck session end Tuesday without voting on Gov.
Heartland Institute Experts React to Vote to Allow Uranium Mining in Virginia
The Virginia Coal and Energy Commission today voted 11-2 (with three abstentions) to lift the 31-year-old moratorium on mining for uranium, a recommendation limited only to Pittsylvania County and
Heartland Institute Report: Uranium Mining Safe, Sound for Virginia
A new report written by one of the nation’s leading authorities on groundwater hy
Heartland Institute Experts React to House Vote on Hurricane Sandy Relief Bill, National Flood Insurance Program
Heartland Institute Experts React to Google Antitrust Ruling
The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday ended its antitrust investigation against Google, finding it had not violated the law in the way it structures its search application.
Heartland Institute Experts React to Fiscal Cliff Deal
The so-called “fiscal cliff” was averted New Year’s Day when the House of Representatives voted 257 to 167 on a package that easily passed the Senate earlier.
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