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A spate of new incentive and subsidy programs seeking to lure talented workers and innovative businesses away from their home states could constitute an additional challenge to Massachusetts’ economic and fiscal recovery from COVID-19, according to a new study published by Pioneer Institute.
North Carolina’s spending restraint over the past decade has yielded many significant benefits. It made tax reform and savings possible even as spending on schools and Medicaid increased. The economy has accelerated, and more people are moving to North Carolina in search of opportunity. A new research brief from the John Locke Foundation argues a constitutional Taxpayer Bill of Rights that holds future legislators to the same standard as legislators have voluntarily applied to state budgets since FY 2011-12 would help ensure government remains on a fiscally sustainable path with few constraints on economic growth.
Do we have enough teachers to help students recover some of the lost learning this past year? The John Locke Foundation takes a look in this new research brief.
The Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy answers common questions regarding West Virginia’s Hope Scholarship Program.
The Buckeye Institute, Brandon Boxer Show
The Buckeye Institute, Brandon Bower Show
Garden State Initiative, The Bond Buyer Podcast
Texas Public Policy Foundation, Fox & Friends
Garden State Initiative, New Jersey Society of CPAs IssuesWatch Podcast
The Buckeye Institute, WTVG-TV13 Toledo
Garden State Initiative, My9’s New Jersey Now
Cardinal Institute, WRNR Radio
Commonwealth Foundation on The Ingraham Angle