The Leaflet: Donald Trump Has COVID-19, CON Laws, and Child Safety Accounts

Published October 11, 2020

Certificate of Need Laws: Why Should You Care?

In her latest op-ed, published in The Epoch Times, Heartland’s Christina Herrin points out the glaring contradictions of Certificate of Need (CON) laws, focusing particularly on an example of CON laws gone awry in Kentucky. CON laws are the epitome of crony capitalism and make it virtually impossible for newcomers to enter into the market. Read Now.

Donald Trump Has COVID-19

AnneMarie Schieber is joined by Jane M. Orient, M.D. on Heartland’s latest health care podcast to discuss the course of events surrounding the announcement that President Trump, the First Lady, and other members of the Trump administration had contracted COVID-19. They also address the use of hydroxycholroquine and the other experimental drugs the president is using. Listen now. 

Latest Bullying and School Violence Survey Shows Kentucky Students Need Child Safety Accounts 

In his latest Research & Commentary, Tim Benson, reviews the results of the biennial Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System from the CDC. The report shows that one in four Kentucky high school students were bullied in 2019 emphasizing the state’s need for child safety accounts. Read full R&C here. 

COVID-19 State-Specific Economic Response Consulting 

Are you searching for help with state-specific solutions to undo the damage wrought by governor’s executive orders and excessive lockdowns in response to the coronavirus pandemic? Contact State Government Relations Manager Samantha Fillmore to learn more about solutions for economic reopening in your state. 

Climate at a Glance Website 

Looking for a go-to website to get concise summaries that provide the most accurate and insightful information on hotly debated climate topics? Bookmark this:

Climate Realism Website

Do you need a one-stop-shop that provides true & transparent climate news without the infusion of climate alarmism courtesy of the mainstream media? Bookmark this too:

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