Right-to-Work Will Continue to Benefit Indiana’s Economy

Update: Research and Legislative Analyst Ben Wilterdink recently appeared on the Tony Katz Radio Show to discuss this topic. Listen to his interview below, http://alec.org/docs/Ben-Wilterdink-Tony-Katz-11-7-14.mp3 Last Thursday, the Indiana Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the state’s right-to-work law. The constitutionality of the law, which allows employees to choose whether … »

ACA Exchange Subsidies Headed to U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments against the availability of exchange subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.  Today’s order from the Court granted review in King v. Burwell, one of several cases challenging IRS regulations extending tax-credit subsidies to the states with federal exchanges. Briefings will be … »

Dr. Matthew Ladner Joins Freedom Daily to Talk about the Report Card on American Education

Dr. Matthew Ladner recently joined Jami Lund of the Washington Freedom Foundation’s “Freedom Daily” to talk about the American Legislative Exchange Council’s (ALEC) annual Report Card on American Education. Dr. Ladner, who co-authored the report, was formerly the top policy advisor on education to Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. Washington State … »

Fracking in Illinois

Big news today out of Illinois: fracking can soon begin. Today, the 12-member Illinois Joint Committee on Administrative Rules adopted regulations that govern hydraulic fracturing within the state, which will be made public by November 15th. Oil and gas companies can start applying for permits later this month. The rules … »