Research and Commentaries

Research & Commentary: Endocrine Disruptors

June 2, 2014

Like all other multicellular organisms, human beings have endocrine systems.

Research & Commentary: Virginia Should Require Legislative Approval for Medicaid Expansion

May 29, 2014

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) allows states to expand Medicaid to cover individuals making up to 133 percent of the federal poverty level.

Research & Commentary: The FCC’s Title II Proposal

May 29, 2014

The Federal Communications Commission in May voted 3-2 to advance new Internet rules addressing two major polic

Research & Commentary: FCC Plan to Block State Limits on Muni Broadband

May 23, 2014

Municipal broadband efforts have failed in nearly every place they have been implemented, costing taxpayers millions while tackling a nonexistent problem.

Research & Commentary: Ohio Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard

May 19, 2014

The Ohio Senate took a small but important first step for electricity consumers by voting to freeze the state’s Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard, also known as a Renewable Portfolio Standard (

Research & Commentary: State Waivers from EPA Regulation

May 19, 2014

The federal environmental regulatory system is broken.

Research & Commentary: The Myth of a Global Warming Consensus

May 14, 2014

Many legislators are told they must enact climate change legislation because an alleged “scientific consensus” holds that man-made climate change requires urgent action.

Research & Commentary: Medicare Part D’s Success

May 14, 2014

Medicare Part D has been a great success by most objective measures.

Research & Commentary: Blended Learning

Rebecca Schieber
May 14, 2014

Blended learning initiatives are becoming increasingly common in K–12 schools. These programs combine in-person “bricks-and-mortar” education with supervised and individualized online learning.

Research & Commentary: Requiring Legislative Approval for Medicaid Expansion

May 13, 2014

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) allows states to expand Medicaid to cover individuals making up to 133 percent of the federal poverty level.

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