The Copenhagen Consensus has long championed a cost-benefit approach for addressing the world's most critical environmental problems.
Entitlement reform has long been considered a third rail in American politics, but that perspective might be changing.
New York City no longer requires a permission slip to sell to the highest bidder.
It'll be another five years before it's operational.
As legislators refuse to act, benefits will be cut without any possibility of sheltering those seniors who are poor.
More leaders should follow in the footsteps of Govs. Josh Shapiro, Larry Hogan, and Spencer Cox.
The governor and attorney general say they’ll appeal to the state Supreme Court.
Research and data points may not be enough to persuade voters that something different is worth trying.
He campaigned against Trump’s restrictionism, but has implemented mostly symbolic initiatives so far.
Let people join with the like-minded to reject officials and laws that don’t suit them and to construct systems that do.
A recent flurry of legislative activity suggests why forfeiture reform succeeds—and why it fails.
The Trump administration is right to push the streamlining various parts of the executive branch.
The congressman leaves with a mixed record.
This is not the antidote to Trump. This is not an "alternative" to anything.
Assembly Bill 284 had little chance of passage because it dealt with an actual problem and was getting pushback from some muscular lobbies.
Californians would be better equipped to govern themselves fairly.
Political fight includes controversy over robocall in favor of ethics commission
Solutions to police violence have to focus on systemic problems, not demographic appearances.
While 72 Percent of Americans Are Concerned About Funding Public Employee Pensions, Only a Third Think Reform Should be a Top Priority
The state can make reforms that are both better for governance and fairer to union workers than the status quo.
Protip: Republic =/= Democracy
That doesn't seem very independent