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  • Less than One Quarter of Those Facing Higher Premiums Got Subsidies May 11, 2015 Less than One Quarter of Those Facing Higher Premiums Got Subsidies

    DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "How Lawmakers Could Reduce Health Insurance Costs for Young Adults By 44%," by Edmund Haislmaier and Drew Gonshorowski. Removing the ACA’s costly insurance requirements would benefit more than just those who got subsidies. For the 34 states affected by King v. Burwell, this table shows the

  • FHA Accounting Gap: $60 Billion May 11, 2015 FHA Accounting Gap: $60 Billion

    FHA-what-success-xzyuzuyyyv DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "The Federal Housing Administration: What Record of Success?" by John L. Ligon and Norbert J. Michel. VIEW all graphics for this report. Source: Chad Chirico and Susanne Mehlman, “FHA’s Single-Family Mortgage Guarantee Program: Budgetary Cost or Savings?”

  • Obama Administration Less Likely to Quantify Costs of Rules May 11, 2015 Obama Administration Less Likely to Quantify Costs of Rules

    red-tape-rising-2015-xzyuzuyxyz DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "Red Tape Rising: Six Years of Escalating Regulation Under Obama," by James L. Gattuso and Diane Katz. VIEW all graphics for this report. Note: Figures are for first six years of each Administration. Source: Heritage Foundation calculations based on costs

  • Projected Highway Trust Fund Deficit Continues to Increase May 11, 2015 Projected Highway Trust Fund Deficit Continues to Increase

    DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "Highway Trust Fund Basics: A Primer on Federal Surface Transportation Spending," by Michael Sargent. If current trends continue, the CBO projects that the highway trust fund will spend $22 billion more than it raises in revenue and interest by 2025. Source: Congressional Budget Office,

  • FHA Remains a Major Player in the Mortgage Market May 11, 2015 FHA Remains a Major Player in the Mortgage Market

    FHA-what-success-xzyuzuyyyv DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "The Federal Housing Administration: What Record of Success?" by John L. Ligon and Norbert J. Michel. VIEW all graphics for this report. During the financial crisis, the FHA doubled the maximum value of its mortgage loans to nearly $730,000. As a result, the FHA

  • FHA Mortgage Coverage Limits Doubled During Economic Crisis May 11, 2015 FHA Mortgage Coverage Limits Doubled During Economic Crisis

    FHA-what-success-xzyuzuyyyv DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "The Federal Housing Administration: What Record of Success?" by John L. Ligon and Norbert J. Michel. VIEW all graphics for this report. The coverage limit for FHA single-family mortgage eligibility more than doubled from 2007 to 2010 during the collapse in the

  • Low Down Payments Typical Among FHA Loans May 11, 2015 Low Down Payments Typical Among FHA Loans

    FHA-what-success-xzyuzuyyyv DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "The Federal Housing Administration: What Record of Success?" by John L. Ligon and Norbert J. Michel. VIEW all graphics for this report. In 1990, the year Congress passed the National Affordable Housing Act, the share of FHA-insured single-family mortgage loans with

  • More "Economically Significant" Rules on the Way May 11, 2015 More "Economically Significant" Rules on the Way

    red-tape-rising-2015-xzyuzuyxyz DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "Red Tape Rising: Six Years of Escalating Regulation Under Obama," by James L. Gattuso and Diane Katz. VIEW all graphics for this report. Notes: Years reflect Fall Agendas, except for 2012 when only a single agenda was issued. Source: Office of Management and

  • Obama Issues Twice as Many Major New Rules as Bush May 11, 2015 Obama Issues Twice as Many Major New Rules as Bush

    red-tape-rising-2015-xzyuzuyxyz DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "Red Tape Rising: Six Years of Escalating Regulation Under Obama," by James L. Gattuso and Diane Katz. VIEW all graphics for this report. In its first six years, the Obama Administration imposed 184 major regulations on the private sector. That figure is more

  • Job Growth in Midwest States May 5, 2015 Job Growth in Midwest States

    red-states-richer-blue-states-poorer-xzyuzuzuyu DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "1,000 People a Day: Why Red States Are Getting Richer and Blue States Poorer," by Stephen Moore, Arthur B Laffer, and Joel Griffith. VIEW all graphics for this report. Source: Arthur B. Laffer, Stephen Moore, and Jonathan Williams, Rich

  • No Energy Boom on Federal Lands May 5, 2015 No Energy Boom on Federal Lands

    DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "Oil Production Is Up 53% Since 2010, But It’s Declining on Federal Lands. Here’s Why," by Patrick Tyrrell. U.S. crude oil production is up 53 percent since 2010. The growth is due to production on non-federal lands. Production on federal lands has changed little since 2003. Notes: ONRR

  • Employment and Income Growth in the Four Largest States May 5, 2015 Employment and Income Growth in the Four Largest States

    red-states-richer-blue-states-poorer-xzyuzuzuyu DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "1,000 People a Day: Why Red States Are Getting Richer and Blue States Poorer," by Stephen Moore, Arthur B Laffer, and Joel Griffith. VIEW all graphics for this report. CHART 4 • SR 152 Tags: red-states, blue-states, economic-mobility,

  • Detroit's Declining Population May 5, 2015 Detroit's Declining Population

    red-states-richer-blue-states-poorer-xzyuzuzuyu DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "1,000 People a Day: Why Red States Are Getting Richer and Blue States Poorer," by Stephen Moore, Arthur B Laffer, and Joel Griffith. VIEW all graphics for this report. Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, State & County QuickFacts,

  • States with No Income Taxes Outperform High-Income-Tax States in Population Growth and Job Growth May 5, 2015 States with No Income Taxes Outperform High-Income-Tax States in Population Growth and Job Growth

    red-states-richer-blue-states-poorer-xzyuzuzuyu DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "1,000 People a Day: Why Red States Are Getting Richer and Blue States Poorer," by Stephen Moore, Arthur B Laffer, and Joel Griffith. VIEW all graphics for this report. Note: U.S. averages are weighted for all 50 states. Source: Arthur B.

  • Recent Tax Cuts Occurred Mostly in Red States May 5, 2015 Recent Tax Cuts Occurred Mostly in Red States

    red-states-richer-blue-states-poorer-xzyuzuzuyu DOWNLOAD a high-resolution version of this graphic. Read the original report, "1,000 People a Day: Why Red States Are Getting Richer and Blue States Poorer," by Stephen Moore, Arthur B Laffer, and Joel Griffith. VIEW all graphics for this report. In 2013, 17 states enacted pro-growth tax cuts, outlined in the map below (