Satya Marar is a policy analyst at Reason Foundation.
Marar was previously the policy director at the Australian Taxpayers' Alliance, that country's largest taxpayers' advocacy group, where he wrote and researched on energy policy, consumer freedom, public health, tax, trade and fiscal policy, and civil liberties.
He holds a bachelor of arts and bachelor of laws with honors from Macquarie University.
Marar hails from Sydney, Australia, and is currently based in Washington, DC.
The greatest accountability measure for any school is that parents and kids can “vote with their feet” by taking all their scholarship dollars to another school if they’re dissatisfied.
The legislation would decimate small businesses in the vaping space—to the benefit of the cigarette industry.
An arbitrary cap on how many inter-district transfers a school district can allow in a year is holding back Arkansas' open enrollment policy.
Open enrollment is the simple notion that families should be able to send their children to the public school of their choice and not simply the school tied to their ZIP code or assigned by school district administrators.