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- Reason Foundation Applauds IBTTA's Push for Solutions to Gridlock
Tolling, public-private partnerships are underutilized in the US
November 15, 2005
- Telecommuting Tops Mass Transit in 27 of the 50 Largest Metro Areas in US
Study details how telecommuting can help ease congestion
November 10, 2005
- Study: Sharing Services Could Save US Schools $9 Billion Annually
Districts can increase purchasing power by joining together on orders
November 1, 2005
- Scholars Say San Francisco Should Halt Plans for Government-Controlled Wireless Internet
Coalition details why cities shouldn't be Internet providers
September 29, 2005
- Study: Shift Carpool Lanes to Toll Lanes to Gain "Virtual" Busways
September 28, 2005
- Reason Event: Are Stem Cells Babies?
The promise, perils, and ethics of human biotechnology
August 22, 2005
- 401(k) Plans and Requiring Voter Approval for Future Benefit Increases Can Slow Pension Crisis
Study shows how and why unfunded pension liabilities have skyrocketed, offers solutions
June 16, 2005
- Should States Sell Toll Roads?
Reason Foundation guide shows policymakers how to evaluate pros and cons and avoid risky pitfalls
June 2, 2005
- Study: Less Than 1 Percent of Jobs Lost in Mass Layoffs Head Offshore
May 19, 2005
- Charging Users Would Rescue Air Traffic Control
Reason Foundation study details how to ease fiscal crisis and fund modernization efforts
May 4, 2005
- Think Tank Offers Suggestions to Help LA Mayoral Candidates
Methods to reduce traffic, improve LAUSD top the list
March 2, 2005
- Study: Governments Increasingly Seize Property as First Resort, Not Last
Cities pursue economic development goals at the expense of low and moderate income families, businesses
February 3, 2005
- Study: 75 Percent of Large School Districts Do Not Share School Crime Data On Web Sites
Think tank recommends changing methods of school violence reporting
January 27, 2005
- Study: Conservation and Commerce Aren't Mutually Exclusive
Think tank highlights successful private conservation efforts, calls for performance measures
January 27, 2005
- Study: Governor's Budget Shows State Needs New Way to Pay for Highways
Private companies would assume financial risk and build roads; taxpayers would pay tolls to use
January 20, 2005
- Human Rights Watch Exposes Injustice of Plea Bargains and Mandatory Minimums (12/6)
- Southwest Struggles As Legacy Airlines Establish Solid Business Models (12/6)
- Texas Families Show Strong Demand for More School Choice (12/5)
- TSA Behavior Detection Blasted by GAO (12/5)
- Privatization & Government Reform Newsletter #2 (Dec 2013 edition) (12/3)
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