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Americans Must Unite Behind the Compact for a Balanced BudgetPosted on January 22, 2014 | Type: In the News | Author: Nick Dranias
Unprincipled politicians use unlimited debt to buy votes today while shifting the costs of their policies to non-voting future generations. There is no effective political check to stop such behavior—except to impose a strong constitutional limit on the use of debt.
Old desegregation orders undermine school reform : ColumnPosted on December 29, 2013 | Type: In the News | Author: Clint Bolick
Families are now fighting for new rights.
Arizona governor's Medicaid plan heads to courtPosted on December 13, 2013 | Type: In the News
Six months after she pushed an expansion of the state's Medicaid health insurance plan through Arizona's Legislature, Gov. Jan Brewer's effort to extend coverage to 300,000 additional residents faces a crucial test Friday.
Ban on 'Guns Save Lives' bus-stop ad is back in courtPosted on December 02, 2013 | Type: In the News
At issue is state Constution's regulation of speech on government property.
Common Core vs. Charter School IndependencePosted on November 19, 2013 | Type: In the News | Author: Jonathan Butcher
Nearly 6,000 charter schools operate around the U.S. and enroll some 2 million children. Public charter schools are designed as alternatives to traditional public schools, and in many cases they operate independently from local school districts. Charter schools sign contracts that allow them to choose their own curriculum and teaching styles to meet the individual needs of their students. The contracts exempt charter schools from state regulations, but state agencies can close a charter school if students don't succeed.