R Street’s Competition Policy program addresses government barriers that hurt businesses and people. Generally, we support market-oriented policy solutions that enhance free enterprise, consumer choice and public well-being. To this end, our team focuses primarily on occupational licensing, alcohol policy, shipping and postal policy, health care disintermediation and regulatory reform.
From Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson:
How do you balance civil liberties with government action during an emergency? Shoshana Weissmann from the R Street Institute joins Boyd to…
This policy brief is 2 of a 2-part series on the relationship between contraceptive access and economic mobility. This series emphasizes two lenses—the individual and the societal costs associated…
From Georgia Public Broadcasting:
That is a common complaint, says Courtney Joslin, a resident fellow at the R Street Institute, a free-market think tank.
“There’s so much uncertainty about…
Luke A. Wake
A fire rages…
This policy brief is 1 of a 2-part series on the relationship between contraceptive access and economic mobility. This series emphasizes two lenses—the individual and the societal costs associated…
WASHINGTON (November 17, 2021)—States and the federal government are continually finding ways to reduce health care costs and improve health outcomes. Contraceptive access is one primary component…
From Washington Examiner:
Ashley Nunes, director of competition policy for the R Street Institute, was happy about the bill’s “$65 billion allocation to improving broadband in low-income…