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Occupational Licensing Reform Moves Forward

The pandemic has created a unique window of opportunity for reform, forcing states to reevaluate the impact of regulations on jobs and poverty. States should seize on this opportunity to expand the freedom to work.

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Last Century’s Transportation Ten Years from Now

A review of ten passenger‐​train corridors funded by President Obama’s high‐​speed rail program found that only one ended up increasing train speeds by more than 2.2 miles per hour, and several actually saw speeds decline, suggesting that the $11.5 billion federal dollars and $7 billion state dollars spent on these projects was almost completely wasted.

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PACT Act Does More Harm than Good

While more thoughtfully drafted than other Section 230 reform proposals, the PACT Act unreasonably burdens platform moderation and creates new opportunities for abuse.

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Freeways: The Egalitarian Transportation

People are proposing that we bulldoze urban freeways because they are supposedly racist when in fact they are the epitomes of anti‐​racism, being open to everyone who has a car whether that car is a Rolls‐​Royce or a Yugo.