R Sheets


R Sheet on Birth Control Access in Georgia
Marc Hyden & Courtney Joslin

Image credit: I viewfinder

R Sheet on Economic Mobility
C. Jarrett Dieterle & Aubrey Neal

When considering responsible policy solutions to promote economic mobility, lawmakers at the local, state and federal levels should work to decrease the burdens posed by the occupational licenses…

R Sheet on PACER Reform
Anthony Marcum & Aubrey Neal

The federal judiciary created PACER as a tool to ensure that lower courts’ documents, records and filings were publicly accessible—a core principle of America’s judicial system. This…

R Sheet on Performance Based Regulation
William Murray & Travis Kavulla

In the coming years, regulators should take the best ideas from the U.K. experience and adapt them to the American context. Britain’s advantage of a unified grid and accounting practice are…

R Sheet on Pharmacy Access to Contraception in Wisconsin
Courtney Joslin & Caroline Kitchens

The pharmacy access model removes unnecessary regulations, provides women with more accessible healthcare options, and reduces public health expenditures. Expanding the scope of practice for…

R Sheet on Jail Reform
Lars Trautman

The words “jail” and “prison” are often used interchangeably in popular discourse about incarceration, but they actually represent distinct institutions that deal with very different…

R Sheet on Opioid and Injection Drug Use Harm Reduction
Carrie Wade & Chelsea Boyd

 Harm reduction programs offer crucial services that save lives and decrease disease transmission. They also encourage interaction with medical professionals, which can improve individual and…

R Sheet on Pharmacy Access to Contraception in Iowa
Courtney Joslin & Marc Hyden

In the last several years, 10 states and the District of Columbia have passed pharmacy access bills, which allow pharmacists to prescribe hormonal contraception to women. These efforts expand the…

R Sheet on Tobacco Harm Reduction
Carrie Wade & Chelsea Boyd

Smoking combustible cigarettes causes nearly 1 in 5 deaths in the United States. Decades of abstinence-only smoking interventions have reduced smoking rates, but decreases have begun to stagnate and…