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Wrong Way: How the Map Act threatens NC property owners
John Locke Foundation
Posted on March 6, 2014

Unprepared Idaho
Why D.C.'s Next Budget Crisis is Our Problem
Idaho Freedom Foundation
Posted on February 24, 2014

Report: Obamacare in Arkansas Will Hurt, Not Help Hospitals
By The Arkansas Project
Posted on February 11, 2014

Arkansas is one of many states to expand Medicaid under Obamacare. Instead of easing the financial situations of Arkansas hospitals, the expansion will put those hospitals in critical condition.

Legal Case for Transfer of Public Lands Act
Sutherland Institute
Posted on December 10, 2013

Only one-third of land in the state of Utah is locally owned. The other two-thirds is controlled from Washington, D.C. The Transfer of Public Lands Act (HB 148) puts some of those federal lands back in state hands.

How Can Chicago Avoid a Similar Fate to Detroit?
Illinois Policy Institute
Posted on November 20, 2013

Better Choices for Our Children
Goldwater Institute
Posted on November 20, 2013

Some 2 million families have decided that charter schools are the best place for their children. But under Common Core, these schools' options for differentiating themselves could be limited.

Criminal Justice Reform That Works
Texas Public Policy Foundation
Posted on November 20, 2013

Right on Crime, a project of Texas Public Policy Foundation, demonstrates how the justice reforms that worked in Texas can work in other states.

Lincoln, Labor and Liberty
Free State Foundation
Posted on August 29, 2013

NPRI’s litigation center sues feds on behalf of Cuban immigrant pastor’s church
Nevada Policy Research Institute
Posted on July 17, 2013

Victor Fuentes is facing intrusive government power: An autocratic U.S.  Fish and Wildlife Service illegally rerouted two streams that historically flowed through his church camp. Less than three weeks after the rerouting, the stream overflowed the poorly engineered new banks during a rain storm, producing destructive flooding and severe property damage at the camp.

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NC Protestors Funded by Coalition
John William Pope Civitas Institute
Posted on July 17, 2013

North Carolina “Moral Monday” demonstrations are not a “spontaneous action.” The seeds of the recent protests were first sowed when the NAACP and others formed a coalition of liberal groups called Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ). A Civitas study shows that HKonJ affiliated groups have received more than $100 million in direct state grants in recent years.

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