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Joe Biden

Biden Would Deny Me Health Insurance

This month President Biden announced a regulation that will severely limit the duration of short-term health insurance plans. Read more...

  • Giving Consumers More Options for Health Coverage
Jackson, MS

Arkansas-style Medicaid expansion wrong path for Mississippi

Mississippi’s wisest policies have come from lessons learned from her neighbors. Read more...

  • Medicaid Expansion

Maine Democrats are Rigging Elections Against Republicans

The insane election. That’s how I remember the 2021 race for the Charter Commission in Portland, Maine. The ballot asked voters to rank 10 candidates, from the one they liked most to the one they liked least — a system known as ranked-choice voting. Read more...

  • Ranked Choice Voting
Sonny Perdue

Congress Needs to Retake Control of Federal Regs, Return Power to the People

The House passed the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act, which would require that Congress approve or reject every major regulation, defined as costing $100 million or more a year, advanced by executive agencies. Read more...

  • Limited Government
Biden executive order

Time Is Running Out For Congress And States To Defuse Biden’s Election-Takeover Bomb

When it comes to elections, the U.S. Constitution is clear: Determining their time, place, and manner falls squarely upon the shoulders of the state legislatures with limited oversight from Congress. Nowhere is the president granted the power to regulate elections.   Yet through Executive Order 14019, President Joe Biden has ordered federal agencies to engage in overtly political […] Read more...

  • Election Integrity
election integrity

For a First-Rate Democracy, Pass on Ranked-Choice Voting

In 2021, I used ranked-choice voting for the first time in our local election in Salt Lake City. It was different, shiny and new. But overall, ranked-choice voting is like eating an apple with half a worm in it. The more you learn, the worse it really is. Read more...

  • Ranked Choice Voting
debt limit

The Democrats Are Playing A Losing Game Of Debt-Ceiling Chicken

As the federal government approaches the inability to pay its bills, House Democrats appear ready to play a game of chicken with Republicans over the debt ceiling. Unfortunately for Democrats (but fortunately for the fiscally sane), this game puts them in a dangerous position—in opposition to the American people. Read more...

  • Reins Act

How Texas Can Ensure Trust in Elections

What’s the best way to ensure that Texans trust our elections? This isn’t a hypothetical question. It’s the central problem with a policy known as “ranked-choice voting,” which the state legislature is currently debating. Our state lawmakers need to reach the right answer, because if they get it wrong, trust in our elections and democracy is going to plummet even lower than it already is. Read more...

  • Election Integrity
  • Ranked Choice Voting

Turning The Page On Covid-Era Mistakes

The first step to fixing a mistake is to stop what you're doing wrong, and Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is doing that with the process of Medicaid redetermination in Arkansas. Read more...

  • Welfare Reform
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