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Research & Commentary: Lessons of Kansas’s Income Tax Reforms

September 5, 2014

Kansas has taken several steps in recent years to bring down its tax burden and make the state more competitive for new jobs and businesses. In 2012, Gov.

Research & Commentary: Gov. Mike Pence’s Medicaid Expansion

September 5, 2014

Expanding Medicaid can have repercussions beyond state budgets and the health care industry.

Research & Commentary: Telemedicine

August 18, 2014

Improvements in communications technology have led to rapid increases in the efficiency and reach of industries throughout the modern economy.

Research & Commentary: Oklahoma Pension Reform

August 18, 2014

Unfunded pension liabilities have become an increasingly troubling problem for states across the country, including Oklahoma.

Research & Commentary: North Carolina Hotel Occupancy Taxes

August 8, 2014

Several counties in North Carolina are pushing to increase their hotel occupancy taxes up to the state maximum of 6 percent.

Research & Commentary: Pennsylvania Pension Reform

July 29, 2014

Like many other states, Pennsylvania faces a growing problem with its public pension systems.

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