Competition is the Key to Reducing Insulin Prices
Not More Government Involvement
Evidence suggests that competition, not politicians, would provide the best chance to help diabetics obtain their life-prolonging medication.
Protip: If They’re Working to Get You Fired, They’re Not Your Friends
Minimum wages change how workers are compensated.
Blame Tech for California’s Housing Problems?
Actually, Most Problems Predate the Tech Boom
Not only did government policies destroy cheap housing, but expanded building regulations have also made it impossible to build cheaply.
More States Consider Protecting Parents Who Give Kids the Chance to Grow
Given what we now know about mental health risks among young adults and the importance of developing soft skills, it is clear that overprotecting kids today has real costs for their future.
Greater Ambulance Flexibility Can Save Lives and Dollars
Allowing for intensive care on site or transporting patients to urgent care clinics or regular doctors’ offices, can give patients greater peace of mind and save taxpayers billions of dollars.
Why Do So Many Millennials Embrace Socialism?
If the status quo ain’t sexy, then socialism just might be—or so they hope.
Automation in the Short and Long-Term
By focusing on workers in the short term, it is clear that we can improve the opportunities automation can bring them in the long term.
More Than Strikes, Teachers Need School Choice Programs
Teachers should be fairly compensated and enjoy a healthy workplace, but striking alone is not getting them what they want.
Is a Simplified Student Financial Aid Process Around the Corner?
The Fix Would be a Rare Bipartisan Moment
Literally for decades, a major impediment for individuals wanting federal student financial assistance is the Free Application for Federal Student Assistance (FAFSA) form.
Gene Replacement Can be the Cure that Patients—and Taxpayers—Have Been Looking For
Current gene therapies are just the start of a multi-decade effort to revolutionize health care and liberate billions from pain and suffering.