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Issue Analysis 118 - The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: To Drill or Not to Drill?
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Issue Analysis 118 - The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: To Drill or Not to Drill?

Oil exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) has become one of the most politically contentious provisions of the debate over national energy policy. Assessments show that there are likely to be significant quantities of oil in ANWR and that this could add appreciably to domestic supplies. However, recovering this oil is certain to have impacts on the region’s environment. The question for policymakers is whether these environmental impacts are so significant that they should preclude all exploration and production, or whether they are minimal and manageable.

05/17/2001
Issue Analysis 116 - Oregon Plan Can Reignite the Flame of Internet Tax Freedom
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Issue Analysis 116 - Oregon Plan Can Reignite the Flame of Internet Tax Freedom

At the time of writing, 16 states are considering legislation to enlist in a “cooperating sovereignty” arrangement to force out-of-state businesses to collect their taxes. Two versions of the legislation exist: one proposed by the original cartel, the “Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Project,” (SSTP) and a slightly different version proposed by the National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL).

03/14/2001
Issue Analysis 111 - Broadband Forced Access: Still a Solution in Search of a Problem
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Issue Analysis 111 - Broadband Forced Access: Still a Solution in Search of a Problem

Forced access regulation would compel cable companies to provide non-discriminatory use of their lines to competing Internet Service Providers (ISPs). The goal is to ensure that ISPs that do not own cable lines can use existing cable the lines to reach their customers in the same way and on the same terms as IPSs owned by cable companies.

10/12/2000
Issue Analysis 110 - Policy Prescriptions vs. Policy Palliatives in the Prescription Drug Debate
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Issue Analysis 110 - Policy Prescriptions vs. Policy Palliatives in the Prescription Drug Debate

America’s senior citizens have become increasingly dependent upon prescription drugs for their heath care needs. Unfortunately, the hyper-centralized design of Medicare has prevented a prescription drug benefit from becoming readily available to seniors. Several bills currently under consideration in Congress offer possible remedies. Vice President Al Gore and Gov. George W. Bush of Texas also have offered plans to address this issue.

09/27/2000
Issue Analysis 109 - Clearing the Air: The Environmental Record in Texas
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Issue Analysis 109 - Clearing the Air: The Environmental Record in Texas

Given the dynamics of the 2000 presidential race, special interest groups, politicians, and the media have focused great attention on environmental quality in the state of Texas. Vice President Al Gore and his allies portray Texas as an environmental wasteland, and lay this alleged catastrophe squarely at the feet of Gov. George W. Bush. However, an objective look at the environment in Texas shows that, while there are unquestionably challenges remaining, the state has made significant progress over the past five years.

09/22/2000
Issue Analysis 107 - Taking Stock of Proposed Securities Regulations
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Issue Analysis 107 - Taking Stock of Proposed Securities Regulations

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07/20/2000
Issue Analysis 106 - Protecting the Trial Lawyer Monopoly: The Assault on State and Federal Binding Arbitration
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Issue Analysis 106 - Protecting the Trial Lawyer Monopoly: The Assault on State and Federal Binding Arbitration

Summary When Alabama CSE was listening to its members talk about civil justice reform during “CSE Day” at the State Capitol, the most profound wisdom came from a college student. He put it simply, “If you know the two things that rule the world, [they are] money and power. Arbitration takes both of those away from the attorneys.”

07/12/2000
Issue Analysis 97 - Sea-Change at the Stock Exchange
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Issue Analysis 97 - Sea-Change at the Stock Exchange

Executive Summary

11/29/1999
Issue Analysis 96 - School Choice: Issues and Answers
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Issue Analysis 96 - School Choice: Issues and Answers

Americans are free to make decisions about their health, education, and welfare. We can choose what to eat, how to exercise, whom to marry, where to worship, and which candidate deserves our vote. Students can use federal financial aid to attend the college of their choice – even a seminary! But most Americans have little ability to choose how or where their children will be educated during their most critical formative years.

10/27/1999
Issue Analysis 86 - Suppressing Generic Drugs Fleeces Consumers
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Issue Analysis 86 - Suppressing Generic Drugs Fleeces Consumers

Brand name pharmaceutical companies and federal and state governments are raiding consumers’ pocketbooks by preventing them from buying generic drugs. Such restrictions can be an enormous financial drain, especially for low-income Americans and seniors who live on fixed incomes and pay for prescriptions out-of-pocket.

02/25/1999

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