Policy Briefs

Non-Renewal of Policies in Texas’ Homeowners Insurance Market

Kathleen Hunker
August 18, 2014

This study, produced by the Texas Public Policy Foundation, studies the effects of the state's non-renewal law on the economy.

North Carolina’s Capital Gains Tax: It’s Time to Consider a Change

September 15, 2014

This policy paper by John Locke Foundation Vice President of Resarch Roy Cordato explains the effects of North Carolina's recent tax reforms, as well as the implications and imperatives of further

Liberating the Poor from the Medicaid Ghetto

October 6, 2014

Medicaid is a massive federal-state entitlement program desperately in need of reform. Its mission is to provide health care to the poorest of the nation’s poor ...

Replacing Common Core with Proven Standards of Excellence

David V. Anderson
October 1, 2014

Introduction

Merchants of Smear

September 19, 2014

For about two decades we’ve been told the science behind human-caused global warming is settled, and to ignore skeptic scientists because they’ve been paid by industry to manufacture doubt about th

Replacing the Environmental Protection Agency

July 15, 2014

In 1968, when I was serving as the head of a groundwater professional society, it became obvious to me and a handful of others that the United States did not have any serious focus on potential pro

The Economic Impact of Regulating U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Under the Clean Air Act

Margo Thorning
June 9, 2009

The imposition of greenhouse gas permitting requirements on stationary sources will negatively impact U.S.

The Economic Impact of Regulating U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Under the Clean Air Act

Margo Thorning
September 14, 2010

The imposition of greenhouse gas permitting requirements on stationary sources will negatively impact U.S.

Block Grants for All: Liberating the Poor and Taxpayers Alike

May 5, 2014

The remarkable success of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 – better known simply as “welfare reform” – is well known.

AMS Survey Shows No Consensus on Global Warming

November 28, 2013

In a November 2013 Heartland Institute Policy Brief, Heartland President Joseph Bast examines an American Meteorological Survey of its members which found only 39.5% of those who responded say they

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