Studies suggest pension benefits don’t help recruit or retain teachers
Two survey studies reveal that existing retirement options may be misaligned with teachers’ retirement preferences.
California’s social equity programs are failing victims of the drug war
California must remove regulatory barriers preventing people ensnared in the failed war on drugs from participating in the state’s legal marijuana market.
Tennessee Gov. Lee signs significant transportation bill with choice lanes
No state has attacked traffic congestion in the systematic, statewide manner that Tennessee did with its Transportation Modernization Act.
Examining why Oklahoma voters rejected legalizing recreational marijuana
Oklahoma has the nation's largest medical cannabis market but rejected recreational adult use.
Florida’s Digital Bill of Rights is a regulatory trojan horse
Florida's heavy-handed government regulations would make the internet less friendly for consumers and do damage to Florida’s small businesses.
The latest on proposed psychedelics legalization in states
Pending legislation across roughly a dozen states signals that this shift toward the legalization of psychedelic therapies may continue.
The SMART grant process isn’t transparent or serving federal taxpayers’ interests
Taxpayers should have a clear explanation of the national infrastructure interests advanced by federal SMART grants.
California considers legislative changes to its legal cannabis market
California’s legal marijuana market is plagued by high taxes and burdensome regulations.
Examining the trucking industry’s opposition to tolling highways
Three of trucking’s four main concerns about tolling are valid—and fixable by legislation.