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Published August 16, 2017

Author Jim Manley

Zachary Wood, a Williams College senior fighting for free expression and viewpoint diversity, wrote last week in the Wall Street Journal about the need for free expression and viewpoint diversity on college campuses. He is absolutely right: Punishment for belligerent protest is only the first step—and last resort—in ...


With the most recent repeal/replace failure in Congress, state lawmakers should stop waiting on Washington to "do something" about healthcare. Congressional action, no matter what that action looks like, is unlikely to address the unmet Obamacare promises of delivering healthcare access and affordability. Furthermore, an upcoming decision from President ...

Congress is at an impasse when it comes to addressing the long-overdue issue of how to best move forward on the Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly known as Obamacare. For all the finger-pointing and recriminations around why the most recent effort to partially repeal and replace the program failed, there ...

Published August 26, 2015

Author Outside Author

The case hinges on whether a hospital assessment lawmakers approved to fund the expansion, which extended health-care coverage to more than 250,000 low-income Arizonans, is a fee, as its proponents argued, or a tax. Judge Douglas Gerlach, in his ruling, said the fee “does not qualify as a tax ...

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