Vittorio Nastasi is the director of criminal justice policy at Reason Foundation.
Nastasi works on criminal justice reform, healthcare regulation, occupational licensing, and environmental policy issues at Reason Foundation.
His work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Orange County Register, Palm Beach Post, and Tallahassee Democrat, among others.
Prior to joining Reason, Nastasi worked with the James Madison Institute and the DeVoe L. Moore Center focusing on land-use regulation, occupational licensing, and criminal justice reform.
Nastasi graduated from Florida State University with bachelors degrees in Economics and Political Science.
He is based in Tallahassee, Florida.
Florida Task Force Makes Good Start in Tackling Blue-Green Algae
Restoration of Florida’s water bodies is among the state’s longest standing and most contentious challenges.
Scope of Practice Laws and Licensing Regulations Increase Health Care Costs For Patients
Occupational licensing and scope of practice reform could expand access to medical care and reduce costs by eliminating anti-competitive policies.
Florida’s $15 Minimum Wage Initiative Threatens Jobs and Tourism Industry
The state ballot initiative would increase the minimum wage in Florida by $1 each year until reaching $15 per hour in the year 2026.
A Better Path to Dealing With Student Debt Problems
A better solution to the nation's ballooning student loan debt may come from the private sector in the form of income share agreements.
The Tax Increases and Other Costs That Come With Democratic Socialism
If voters want better health care, education, and wages, realism is the best path forward.
Companies Are Loosening Hiring Requirements and Considering Job Applicants with Criminal Records
Unfortunately, as companies look to loosen their hiring requirements, government-imposed hurdles to employment may hamper the reintegration of newly released prisoners.