What if the solution to Washington… wasn’t in Washington? The 50 states could be America’s secret weapon against an ever-expanding federal government. States can amend the constitution to demand fiscal responsibility in Washington, can request that federal regulation comply with local ordinances, and can form interstate compacts to better protect constitutional rights. The Goldwater Institute is providing a roadmap for states to reassert their power under the Tenth Amendment.
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Tom Patterson on Reducing Healthcare CostsPosted on June 17, 2009 | Type: Audio
As Congress begins work on several different healthcare bills, Goldwater Institute board chairman, Tom Patterson, told KTAR the priority of any healthcare bill should be a reduction in malpractice costs.
Doctors must have final say on patient treatment, carePosted on May 10, 2009 | Type: Op-Ed | Author: Byron Schlomach
Washington, D.C., has a new health-care buzz phrase. "Comparative-effectiveness research" is the latest government-led effort to bring health-care costs under control.
Arizona Eighth Freest State in NationPosted on March 16, 2009 | Type: Blog | Author: Nick Dranias
A recent study by George Mason University's Mercatus Center found that Arizona ranks as the eighth freest state in the nation. It broadcasts loud and clear that Arizona is open for business to refugees fleeing our overly taxed and regulated neighbor to the west. But this is no time to rest on our laurels. Maintaining our competitive edge still requires systemic change.
Darcy Olsen Talks Politics on Arizona IllustratedPosted on March 10, 2009 | Type: Video
Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen went on KUAT's Arizona Illustrated to talk about the state budget, a possible tax increase, the Voter Protection Act, and several other topics.
Goldwater Institute Files U.S. Supreme Court Brief Challenging Voting Rights ActPosted on February 26, 2009 | Type: Press Release
Institute Seeks to Vindicate Color-blind Government and Federalism