As the 2012 elections approach, it is an appropriate time to review the president’s record on education policy. Several prominent observers have done so recently.
Seven states currently offer special-needs students the opportunity to take their public funds to a private school, and at least 10 more states are currently considering similar legislation.
Hydraulic fracturing has enabled profitable extraction of oil and gas in diverse areas of the country.
Illinois has the third-highest workers’ compensation insurance rates of any state in the United States.
The recent discovery of vast deposits of oil and natural gas trapped in shale rock formations has revolutionized our nation’s short-term, mid-term, and long-term energy outlook.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s release of its draft ”Investigation of Ground Water Contaminat
In the mid-1980s, high premium costs and a tidal wave of auto insurance litigation led to vast public outrage against auto insurers.
A common proposal for remedying the increasing cost of health care in the United States has been the call for a single-payer health care system.
For more than a decade, members of Congress have proposed various bills to establish a federal “backstop,” “catastrophe fund,” or “guarantee mechanism” for private losses in cases of disaster.