Archive: Articles

Federal Rules Holding Up Lab-Developed COVID-19 Tests
How streamlined regulations could help America react to COVID-19
Ross Marchand | May 17, 2020
Why Sweden’s COVID-19 Strategy Is Quietly Becoming the World’s Strategy
Around the world, nations are starting to emulate Sweden's COVID-19 strategy
Jon Miltimore | May 15, 2020
Elon Musk Might Move Tesla From California
California has an anti-business and anti-people policy regime
Scott Beyer | May 14, 2020
Universal Licensing Reciprocity Helps Moving Americans
How state-by-state licensure makes moving harder than it has to be
Conor Norris | May 13, 2020
How Sheriffs and Police Chiefs Have Handled COVID-19
Local American governments have proved the worth of The Constitution
Keith Hanson | May 11, 2020
Washington Passes Deficient Facial Recognition Bill
Governor Jay Inslee signs off on controversial surveillance tool amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic
Jonathan Hofer | May 8, 2020
Localities Must Take the Lead in Reopening America
Beyond Federalism, dynamic problems require dynamic solutions
Ross Marchand | May 5, 2020
Where Is the Small Business Advocacy in Normal Times?
Small businesses could lead the US economy out of lock-down, and they should after it too
Luka Ladan | May 4, 2020
A Jaded Public Reevaluates the Waco Siege
New generations are becoming critical of seemingly settled official narratives
Ross Marchand | April 30, 2020
What Virginia’s I-81 Says About the Future of U.S. Freight
Decisions made on the key stretch of interstate could, for better or worse, foretell how goods are moved elsewhere
Scott Beyer | April 29, 2020