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Here’s the latest set of articles up at Heartland Institute’s Budget and Tax, as well as two at Heartland School News: Continue reading
Here are some of my latest articles over at the Heartland Institute. See what’s going on from Pennsylvania to Washington.
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My latest articles at Heartland are now available:
North Carolina Commissioners, Residents Reject Eminent Domain Proposal
Lawmakers Debate Post Office Entitlement Changes, Reorganization
Prior articles this month included:
Indiana Lawmakers Propose Excise Tax Hikes for Road Funding
North Carolina Panelists Break Ranks with Standards Commission
Kentucky Lawmakers Propose Rebooting State Education Standards Continue reading
View my latest piece at Heartland — Report: IRS Spending Millions on Redundant Tech Systems Continue reading
Read my latest Heartland Budget & Tax article, Portland, Maine Lawmakers Dial Up Taxpayer-Funded Internet, and see how municipalities expanding broadband to the public might not be such a great thing and how nearly all ventures like this have ended up being very, very costly.
Lawmakers in Portland, Maine are proposing the creation of a taxpayer-funded Internet service, an “open access fiber network” for residents, by expanding existing government networks to cover the entire city.
Steve Pociask, president of the American Consumer Institute, says taxpayer-funded Internet service leads to higher tax bills.
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