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2012 EIF - How States Should Respond to Obamacare

Obamacare threatens to bankrupt states and the nation, violates the Constitution, will lead to rationing by bureaucrats, and does nothing to bring health care spending under control.

EIF 2012 - A Heartland Tax Rebellion

States such as Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma made major progress towards phasing out their state's income tax this year, leading the Wall Street Journal to call it"The Heartland Tax Rebellion." Many states 2012 moved to cut taxes, reducespending, and manage government debt. With the 2012 election ahead, what is thelikely future of budget and tax policy?

EIF 2012 - Transforming Education

Education in the U.S. has been underperforming and over-spending for decades.American students perform poorly compared to their counterparts in other countries,despite the fact that per-pupil spending in the U.S. is far higher. The Parent Trigger,digital learning, and taxpayer savings grants are changing education reform.

EIF 2012 - How State's should Respond to Obamacare

Obamacare threatens to bankrupt states and the nation, violates the Constitution, will lead to rationing by bureaucrats, and does nothing to bring health care spending under control.

The Heartland Institute's 28th Anniversary Benefit Dinner

The Heartland Institute held it's 28th Anniversary Benefit Dinner on August 9th in the Grand Ballroom on Navy Pier with Wisconson Secretary of the Department of Administration Mike Huebsch.

Taxpayers' Savings Grants Are Good for Texas

Taxpayer Saving Grants stand to save Texas $2 billion over the course of the next two years, while at the same time, affording a choice to parents in their child's education.