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- Study: California High-Speed Rail System Would Lose $124 Million to $373 Million a Year
The California High-Speed Rail Authority's current ridership estimates are exaggerated by 65 percent to 77 percent
April 11, 2013
- Study Calls for Consolidating, Closing Over 100 Air Traffic Control Facilities
Plan would save $1.7 billion initially plus $1 billion annually
April 3, 2013
- Reason-Rupe Poll: 57 Percent Say Killing Americans With Drone Strikes Is Unconstitutional
Public says health care bill hasn’t lowered costs, opposes New York City soda ban, puts Hillary Clinton far ahead of 2016 contenders and is split on what raising the minimum wage would mean for jobs
March 1, 2013
- Study: 20 Years of Highway Data Shows Roads and Bridges Aren’t Crumbling
All 50 states reviewed: California made the least improvement, Texas increased spending the most, Mississippi fixed the highest percentage of deficient bridges and Minnesota’s congestion worsened the most
February 21, 2013
- Reason-Rupe Poll: 52 Percent of Americans Say Sandy Hook Is Being Exploited for Political Gain
Survey finds 51 percent oppose banning “assault weapons”
January 30, 2013
- Reason-Rupe Poll: 79 Percent of Americans Say Federal Spending Hasn’t Improved America’s Quality of Life
Survey finds 49 percent if Americans support going back to Clinton-era spending levels
January 30, 2013
- Dependency on Congress Is Hampering the Nation’s Airports, Roads and Ports
Study outlines how to prevent the nation’s transportation infrastructure from being held hostage by Congressional budget fights
January 9, 2013
- How to Avoid Closing Washington State Parks (5/17)
- Give Managed Lane Conversions Time (5/16)
- Why is the CDC Being Anti-Science on State Liquor Privatization? (5/14)
- Louisiana Republicans Introduce Bills to Replicate Massachusetts's Pro-Union, Anti-Privatization “Pacheco Law” (5/9)
- 40th Anniversary of the Rockefeller Drug Laws: Time to Re-think Sentencing Policy (5/8)
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