Policy Studies

“War on Poverty Turns 50: Are We Winning Yet?,”

The War on Poverty is 50 years old. Over that time, federal and state governments have spent more than $19 trillion fighting poverty. But...

“Do Doctors Practice Defensive Medicine? Revisited,”

Tort reform that limits medical malpractice (“med mal”) suits can affect healthcare spending in two distinct ways. Tort reform can directly...

“The Evidence on Universal Preschool,”

Calls for universal preschool programs have become commonplace, reinforced by President Obama’s call for “high-quality preschool for...

“Medical Marijuana Laws and Teen Marijuana Use,”

These last couple years, the amount of attention that’s been given to medical marijuana has been huge. And when I’ve done focus...

Public Filings

“Halbig v. Burwell,”