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David Harsanyi explains at National Review Online why Republican policymakers should use caution when approaching infrastructure proposals.
David Harsanyi explains at National Review Online why Republican policymakers should use caution when approaching infrastructure proposals.
 
Lawmakers are fighting to help small businesses afford health insurance, but they’re running out of time.
 
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 recession in March, North Carolina policymakers have been watching government revenues and expenditures carefully.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 recession in March, North Carolina policymakers have been watching government revenues and expenditures carefully.
 
Pradheep and Kirti Shanker write for National Review Online about steps policymakers can take before the next pandemic.
Pradheep and Kirti Shanker write for National Review Online about steps policymakers can take before the next pandemic.
 
On St. Patrick’s Day, Cary’s Carolina Ale House — garishly decorated with Irish food and drink ads — wasn’t teeming with its usual swarm of thirsty, hungry customers.
On St. Patrick’s Day, Cary’s Carolina Ale House — garishly decorated with Irish food and drink ads — wasn’t teeming with its usual swarm of thirsty, hungry customers.
 
Outdated zoning, rent controls, and other regulations are preventing people in high-demand urban settings from providing affordable housing arrangements, such as adding accessory dwelling units (ADUs) like granny flats and garages converted into living spaces.
Outdated zoning, rent controls, and other regulations are preventing people in high-demand urban settings from providing affordable housing arrangements, such as adding accessory dwelling units (ADUs) like granny flats and garages converted into living spaces.
 
Although policymakers sometimes portray increasing access and reducing cost as separate objectives for health care reform, the two are closely related.
Although policymakers sometimes portray increasing access and reducing cost as separate objectives for health care reform, the two are closely related.
 
North Carolina policymakers should boost entrepreneurship and economic growth by focusing their next round of tax reform on capital gains
North Carolina policymakers should boost entrepreneurship and economic growth by focusing their next round of tax reform on capital gains
 
North Carolina policymakers should take steps to make the state even friendlier to direct primary care
North Carolina policymakers should take steps to make the state even friendlier to direct primary care
 
The previous newsletter discussed in brief how the renewable energy lobby has, over decades, been promising politicians and voters some things they have yet to achieve. Those promises are that...
The previous newsletter discussed in brief how the renewable energy lobby has, over decades, been promising politicians and voters some things they have yet to achieve. Those promises are that...
 
Those who advocate rational public policy, based on a thorough understanding of the principles of human action and the benefits of voluntary exchange, are bound to be disappointed much of the time.
Those who advocate rational public policy, based on a thorough understanding of the principles of human action and the benefits of voluntary exchange, are bound to be disappointed much of the time.
 
When I tell audiences that I have always been a committed Marxist, I usually get a combination of disbelieving snorts and knowing chuckles. The cleverest response goes something like this: "I can believe you've been a committed Marxist, but I can't believe they'd ever let you out!"
When I tell audiences that I have always been a committed Marxist, I usually get a combination of disbelieving snorts and knowing chuckles. The cleverest response goes something like this: "I can believe you've been a committed Marxist, but I can't believe they'd ever let you out!"
 
Doctors who deal with Medicaid patients on a day-to-day basis could offer N.C. policymakers plenty of good ideas for cutting costs while maintaining or improving care.
Doctors who deal with Medicaid patients on a day-to-day basis could offer N.C. policymakers plenty of good ideas for cutting costs while maintaining or improving care.
 
If you are even an occasional reader of this space, you know that I put very little stock in "best places for business" lists. There are too many of them, reflecting too many different and mutually incompatible methodologies. They produce conflicting information and often bear little relationship...
If you are even an occasional reader of this space, you know that I put very little stock in "best places for business" lists. There are too many of them, reflecting too many different and mutually incompatible methodologies. They produce conflicting information and often bear little relationship...
 
During the years that North Carolina was riding high - particularly the 1980s and 1990s - state policymakers wrung their hands about the problems associated with a fast-growing, successful economy.
During the years that North Carolina was riding high - particularly the 1980s and 1990s - state policymakers wrung their hands about the problems associated with a fast-growing, successful economy.
 
Judging by the extent and intensity of media coverage, policymakers in North Carolina and elsewhere ought to be devoting significant attention to combating the burgeoning problems of gun violence, highway safety, and workplace accidents.
Judging by the extent and intensity of media coverage, policymakers in North Carolina and elsewhere ought to be devoting significant attention to combating the burgeoning problems of gun violence, highway safety, and workplace accidents.
 
North Carolina policymakers will have a lot on their plate in 2013. The General Assembly will tackle tax reform, education, the unemployment-insurance debt, and other pressing issues.
North Carolina policymakers will have a lot on their plate in 2013. The General Assembly will tackle tax reform, education, the unemployment-insurance debt, and other pressing issues.
 
The next time you hear a North Carolina politician talk about the "need" to use tax dollars or public debt to build a new ballpark, convention center, rail line, or similar luxury, ask them this simple question: how much more do you think we can afford?
The next time you hear a North Carolina politician talk about the "need" to use tax dollars or public debt to build a new ballpark, convention center, rail line, or similar luxury, ask them this simple question: how much more do you think we can afford?
 
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