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Neal McCluskey: Common Core Gag Order

SRN PODCAST - Neal McCluskey, associate director of the Center for Educational Freedom at the Cato Institute, discusses a New York State teachers union lawsuit to overturn a Common Core gag order with Heartland's Heather Kays.

Ernest Istook: No Subsidies for Wind-Power

ECN PODCAST - Former Oklahoma 7-term Congressman Ernest Istook is leading the charge against a renewal of the wind-power production tax credit which under which the federal government pays wind power producers 2.3 cents per kilowatt hour. Even with this subsidy, wind power is more expensive than traditional fossil fuel power plants.

Isaac Orr: Frac Sand Conference

ECN PODCAST - Research Fellow Isaac Orr discusses the Minnesota Wisconsin Society for Mining's recent Frac Sand Conference in Eau Claire, WI with Director of Communications Jim Lakely.

Jonathan Williams: Why Americans Choose to Move Out of State

BTN PODCAST - Jonathan Williams, American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Director, joins Budget and Tax News managing editor Jesse Hathaway to debunk some common myths regarding why Americans choose to pack up and move to other states.

Mike Nasi: EPA Clean air Regulations Impact on new and existing power plants

ECN PODCAST - Attorney Mike Nasi, Partner, with the Environmental and Legislative Affairs Group, Jackson-Walker LLP, discusses the impact of certain EPA clean air regulations on new and existing power plants.

Allie Bidwell: Politics in K-12 Education

SRN PODCAST - Allie Bidwell, education reporter for US News and Wold Report discusses her recent article "Common Core Controversy: Is It All Politics?"
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