Advocate Jared Meyer was published in The Manhattan Institute’s E21 on the prospects for tax reform after the midterm election earlier this month.
Maryland and Massachusetts both have lower GDP growth and higher unemployment rates than the U.S. average. Voters in both states elected Republican governors who ran on platforms of economic growth. Can Massachusetts governor-elect Charlie Baker and Maryland governor-elect Larry Hogan deliver?
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Editor Casey Given‘s recent article in The Daily Caller on hydraulic fracturing was featured in The Manhattan Institute‘s E21 Morning Brief for Tuesday, January 28th. Read the brief here.
Fracking has created nothing short of an energy revolution in the U.S., supporting up to 1.7 million jobs according to one industry estimate. States like North Dakota that have embraced it by facilitating friendly regulatory environments are experiencing a boom with low unemployment and soaring economic activity. In fact, the Peace Garden State currently has the lowest unemployment rate in the union at2.8 percent as of July.
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Editor Casey Given‘s article in The Freeman on “The Myth of School Vouchers, Then and Now” was featured in The Manhattan Institute‘s E21 Morning Brief for Tuesday, January 28th. Read the brief here.