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- Developments In Surface Transportation
Annual Privatization Report examines highway and road trends at the state and federal levels
April 8, 2013
- Developments in Air Transportation
Annual Privatization Report examines airport, airport security and air traffic control trends in the U.S. and around the world
April 1, 2013
- The Municipal Broadband Compact
Limiting the Role of Municipalities in Broadband Services
September 1, 2005
- Restricting Eminent Domain
Model State Statutory Language & Local Ordinance/Charter Provision
July 1, 2005
- Digging Our Way Out of the ANWR Morass
A Performance-Based Approach to Protecting Habitat and Managing Resources
Michael De Alessi
March 1, 2005
- School Accountability Reforms Only Work With Parental Involvement
March 1, 2005
- Busway vs. Rail Capacity
Separating Myth from Fact
February 1, 2002
- Revenue and Results
How Student Achievement Gains Can Save the Private Education Industry
October 1, 2001
- The Future of Local Emergency Medical Service: Ambulance Wars or Public-Private Truce?
Policy Update 18
Robin A. Johnson
August 1, 2001
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