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Joe Nichols: Medicaid Expansion

BTN PODCAST - In this episode of the Budget & Tax News podcast, Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions analyst Joe Nichols joins the show to explain how several states are trying to cheat the system and profit from Medicaid expansion. States like Ohio and Pennsylvania apply sales and use taxes to Medicaid premiums, in order to boost revenue and increase the amount of federal grant money provided.

Robert Michaels: The Free Market for Energy

ECN Podcast - In this edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Managing Editor of Environment and Climate News, H. Sterling Burnett speaks with Robert Michaels. Michaels is a professor of economics at California State University in Fullerton, and is an expert on energy markets, energy regulation and electric power deregulation.

Ron Arnold: Climate Alarmism Power Grab

ECN Podcast - In this edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Research Fellow and Managing Editor of Environment and Climate News H. Sterling Burnett sits down with Environmental writer, activist and Heartland Policy Advisor Ron Arnold. Arnold and Burnett discuss Arnold's environmental work.

James Shuls: Missouri School Transfer Law

SRN PODCAST -Heather Kays speaks with James Shuls, assistant professor of educational leadership and policy studies at the University of Missouri and fellow at the Show-Me Institute, about the struggles families faced while trying to use the Missouri school transfer law.

Jesse Hathaway: Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws

BTN Podcast - Managing Editor of Budget and Tax News, Jesse Hathaway was a guest on The Brian Thomas Show on 550 WKRC-AM where he discussed Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws. Hathaway and Thomas discussed examples of when these laws are enforced and how they trample on due process.

Dr. Brad Rodu: Tobacco Harm Reduction

BTN Podcast - In this episode of The Heartland Daily Podcast, research fellow Jesse Hathaway is joined by Dr. Brad Rodu, Endowed Chair in Tobacco Harm Reduction Research at the University of Louisville's James Graham Brown Cancer Center. Hathaway and Rodu talk about how the National Institutes of Health (NIH) corrupt the scientific process in academia, by refusing to fund studies which do not conform to the federal government's stated vision of a "tobacco-free world."
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