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, Heartland Institute
NEW JERSEY SHOULD ELIMINATE ITS DRACONIAN VAPING TAX
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From the Heartland Institute:
A 2017 Policy Study by the R Street Institute analyzed a smaller number of Medicaid recipients switching from combustible cigarettes to e-cigarettes. Associate Fellow…

, New Delhi Times
After Florence Floods, the Uninsured Awaken to Painful Reality
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From the New Delhi Times:
For those without flood insurance, all they can hope for is federal funding, usually about $30,000, said Ray Lehmann, director of finance, insurance and trade policy at the…

, Oregon Law
Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, and Market Failure
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Cited in Oregon Law:
111 See Paul Rosenzweig, The Unpersuasiveness of the Case for Cybersecurity Regulation–An Introduction, LAWFARE BLOG (May 17, 2012, 12:35 PM),…

, The American Thinker
May the Farce be With You: Han Solo Preaches Climate Doom
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Cited in the American Thinker:
Yes, the world is filled with crapholes, but they shouldn’t exist in the U.S. — at least not literally. Yet San Francisco has turned into a literal cesspool, and…

, University of Chicago
Regulating reputation in China: Privacy, falsehoods, and social credit
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Cited in University of Chicago:
121 John Maxwell Hamilton & Kevin Kosar, How the American Government is Trying
to Control What You Think, WASH. PO. (Sept.24,…

, New York Times
Millions of Carolina Homes Are at Risk of Flooding. Only 335,000 Have Flood Insurance.
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From the New York Times:

In the Carolinas, a quarter to half of the households near the coast are insured, said Ray Lehmann, a member of SmarterSafer, a coalition of taxpayer groups, environmental…

, Carolina Journal
Massive storms test state and federal insurance plans
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From the Carolina Journal:
The plan has more than 190,000 policies with $71.7 billion in total exposure. Before Hurricane Florence made landfall, R.J. Lehmann, senior fellow and director of…

, conservative review
The Weekly Watchman: The GOP is lost
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From the conservative review:
The bill includes requirements for the U.S. postal service to screen packages from overseas and use electronic data to do so. This is similar to how FedEx and other…

, Washington Examiner
Policy Bosses: Electricity boss doesn’t buy Trump’s coal bailout
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From the Washington Examiner:
After 30 years of representing large, industrial users of energy in Washington, Hughes is retiring. He has chosen Devin Hartman from the free-market R Street Institute…

, Otago Daily Times
After Florence floods, the uninsured awake to painful reality
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From Otago Daily Times:
For those without flood insurance, all they can hope for is federal funding, usually about $30,000, said Ray Lehmann, director of finance, insurance and trade policy at the R…