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  • Testimony posted March 15, 2013 by Edmund F. Haislmaier Medicaid Expansion: Implications for Ohio

    Testimony before Finance and Appropriations Committee Health and Human Services Subcommittee Ohio House of Representatives  March 13, 2013 Edmund F. Haislmaier My name is Edmund Haislmaier.  I am Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation. The views I express in this testimony are my own, and should not be construed as representing any official position of…

  • WebMemo posted November 16, 2011 by Ronald D. Utt, Ph.D. Obama Administration Retreats from Effort to Deter Ohio Turnpike Privatization

    In October, the Obama Administration took the unprecedented step of revoking funds already awarded to the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to study the feasibility of absorbing the independent turnpike commission, which operates the Ohio Turnpike, into ODOT or leasing the turnpike to private investors. Unfortunately for Ohio, neither option was acceptable to the…

  • Backgrounder posted September 1, 2010 by James Sherk The New Face of the Union Movement: Government Employees

    Abstract: Unions have been a familiar part of American working life for more than 70 years. Less familiar is the state of the union movement today: More union members now work for the government than for private employers. The above-market salaries and benefits that government employees receive are paid for by taxpayers. So, the union movement that began as a campaign to…

  • Lecture posted April 15, 2010 by The Honorable Bill G. Batchelder, Lawrence J. McQuillan, Ph.D., Edwin Meese III, Hans A. von Spakovsky Tort Reform in the States: Protecting Consumers and Enhancing Economic Growth

    Abstract: The role of the states, particularly the idea that most governmental power should be in the states, is important to America's constitutional system. It has been somewhat eroded in many fields by adverse Supreme Court decisions, but the states are still where much of the innovation in governmental activity is to be found, particularly the kind of activity…

  • Testimony posted July 18, 2008 by Matt A. Mayer Testimony Before the Texas Senate Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security and Committee on International Relations and Trade

    Testimony Before the Texas Senate Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security and Committee on International Relations and Trade Matt A. Mayer Chairs Carona and Lucio, Vice-Chairs Watson and Patrick, and Committee Members, thank you for this opportunity to come before you to share my thoughts and answer your questions as best I can. The purposes of this…

  • Lecture posted May 5, 2004 by The Honorable Frank J. Williams Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties in Wartime

    This month, several individuals detained as "enemy combatants" will make their appeals for freedom to the highest court in the land. Perhaps now, more than any other time in recent memory, the eyes of the world are intensely focused on the United States Supreme Court. In making their decisions, they must walk a fine line between protecting the civil liberties we all…

  • Backgrounder posted November 2, 1993 by Dan Greenberg Should Congress Be Above the Law?

    (Archived document, may contain errors) T 965 November 2,1993 SHOULD CONGRESS BE ABOVE THE LAW Congress] can make no law which will not have its full operation on themselves and their friends, as well as on the great mass of society James Madison, Federalist No. 57 It has been said here many times tonight that we want to treat Senators the same as everyone else Mr.…

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  • Lecture posted May 5, 2004 by The Honorable Frank J. Williams Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties in Wartime

    This month, several individuals detained as "enemy combatants" will make their appeals for freedom to the highest court in the land. Perhaps now, more than any other time in recent memory, the eyes of the world are intensely focused on the United States Supreme Court. In making their decisions, they must walk a fine line between protecting the civil liberties we all…

  • Lecture posted April 15, 2010 by The Honorable Bill G. Batchelder, Lawrence J. McQuillan, Ph.D., Edwin Meese III, Hans A. von Spakovsky Tort Reform in the States: Protecting Consumers and Enhancing Economic Growth

    Abstract: The role of the states, particularly the idea that most governmental power should be in the states, is important to America's constitutional system. It has been somewhat eroded in many fields by adverse Supreme Court decisions, but the states are still where much of the innovation in governmental activity is to be found, particularly the kind of activity…

  • Backgrounder posted November 2, 1993 by Dan Greenberg Should Congress Be Above the Law?

    (Archived document, may contain errors) T 965 November 2,1993 SHOULD CONGRESS BE ABOVE THE LAW Congress] can make no law which will not have its full operation on themselves and their friends, as well as on the great mass of society James Madison, Federalist No. 57 It has been said here many times tonight that we want to treat Senators the same as everyone else Mr.…

  • Testimony posted March 15, 2013 by Edmund F. Haislmaier Medicaid Expansion: Implications for Ohio

    Testimony before Finance and Appropriations Committee Health and Human Services Subcommittee Ohio House of Representatives  March 13, 2013 Edmund F. Haislmaier My name is Edmund Haislmaier.  I am Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation. The views I express in this testimony are my own, and should not be construed as representing any official position of…

  • WebMemo posted November 16, 2011 by Ronald D. Utt, Ph.D. Obama Administration Retreats from Effort to Deter Ohio Turnpike Privatization

    In October, the Obama Administration took the unprecedented step of revoking funds already awarded to the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to study the feasibility of absorbing the independent turnpike commission, which operates the Ohio Turnpike, into ODOT or leasing the turnpike to private investors. Unfortunately for Ohio, neither option was acceptable to the…

  • Backgrounder posted September 1, 2010 by James Sherk The New Face of the Union Movement: Government Employees

    Abstract: Unions have been a familiar part of American working life for more than 70 years. Less familiar is the state of the union movement today: More union members now work for the government than for private employers. The above-market salaries and benefits that government employees receive are paid for by taxpayers. So, the union movement that began as a campaign to…

  • Testimony posted July 18, 2008 by Matt A. Mayer Testimony Before the Texas Senate Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security and Committee on International Relations and Trade

    Testimony Before the Texas Senate Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security and Committee on International Relations and Trade Matt A. Mayer Chairs Carona and Lucio, Vice-Chairs Watson and Patrick, and Committee Members, thank you for this opportunity to come before you to share my thoughts and answer your questions as best I can. The purposes of this…

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  • WebMemo posted November 16, 2011 by Ronald D. Utt, Ph.D. Obama Administration Retreats from Effort to Deter Ohio Turnpike Privatization

    In October, the Obama Administration took the unprecedented step of revoking funds already awarded to the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to study the feasibility of absorbing the independent turnpike commission, which operates the Ohio Turnpike, into ODOT or leasing the turnpike to private investors. Unfortunately for Ohio, neither option was acceptable to the…

  • Backgrounder posted September 1, 2010 by James Sherk The New Face of the Union Movement: Government Employees

    Abstract: Unions have been a familiar part of American working life for more than 70 years. Less familiar is the state of the union movement today: More union members now work for the government than for private employers. The above-market salaries and benefits that government employees receive are paid for by taxpayers. So, the union movement that began as a campaign to…

  • Backgrounder posted November 2, 1993 by Dan Greenberg Should Congress Be Above the Law?

    (Archived document, may contain errors) T 965 November 2,1993 SHOULD CONGRESS BE ABOVE THE LAW Congress] can make no law which will not have its full operation on themselves and their friends, as well as on the great mass of society James Madison, Federalist No. 57 It has been said here many times tonight that we want to treat Senators the same as everyone else Mr.…

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