, Brennan Center
Voting Machine Security: Where We Stand Six Months Before the New Hampshire Primary
Paul Rosenzweig

From Brennan Center:

Christopher Deluzio, Liz Howard, Paul Rosenzweig, David Salvo, and Rachael Dean Wilson,  Defending Elections: Federal Funding Needs for State Election Security, University…

, The Voting News
The Voting News
Jim Baker

From The Voting News:

Epstein co-authored an election security report with Common Cause, the National Election Defense Council, and the R Street Institute, “Email and Internet Voting: The…

, The Epoch Times
Budget Deal Casts Doubt If Congress Will Ever Control Federal Spending
James Wallner

From The Epoch Times:

But there was a catch, according to R Street Institute Senior Fellow James Wallner.

“It is important to note that the BCA did not actually reduce spending. It relied…

, Urbane Cowboys Podcast
Integralism with John Zmirak
Josiah Neeley

From Urbane Cowboys Podcast:

We discuss the hip new political philosophy of integralism with guest John Zmirak of

Cohosted by Josiah Neeley of R Street Institute and Doug…

, Reason
No Probable Cause Required for Cops To Access User Data From Popular Apps
Nila Bala

From Reason:

“I think right now people assume they own all their data,” says Nila Bala, associate director of criminal justice and civil liberties at the R Street Institute. They “don’t realize…

Daily on Energy: Major climate legislation vs. the filibuster
James Wallner

From The Washington Examiner:

Is the filibuster really the problem? James Wallner, a former executive director of the conservative Senate Steering Committee, says the real challenge is that both…

, Ozarks First
Senator Josh Hawley proposes law limiting daily social media time
Jeffrey Westling

From Ozarks First:

Jeffrey Westling, with the R Street Institute, says users that want more time would have to opt-out of the limits every month.

“He is trying to come in and tell social…

, The Center Square
Pew study shows how taxpayers fund broadband state to state
Tom Struble

From The Center Square:

Tom Struble, technology policy manager at R Street Institute, said loans are much preferred to grants from the taxpayer perspective.

“A grant is just free money with no…

R Street Policy Study No. 179: Tobacco Harm Reduction: Evidence Update
Corinne Day

WASHINGTON (Aug. 7, 2019) – As e-cigarettes and other reduced-risk products are gaining popularity, policy makers—domestically and abroad—are considering excessive restrictions or complete bans…

, The Center Square
Pennsylvania state lawmakers back effort to establish term limits in Congress
Casey Burgat

From The Center Square:

But term limits would create a “revolving door” from lobbying to Congress, testified Casey Burgat, senior governance fellow at the R Street Institute.