Birth Control Access in Indiana
Courtney Joslin & Alan Smith
New Report: Efforts in Four States Follow Arizona in Proposed and Ongoing Partisan “Audits” of 2020 Election
William Gray

Efforts Underway in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, Despite Audits by Election Officials Finding No Evidence of Widespread Fraud

The Brennan Center for Justice, Protect…

Partisan Election Review Efforts in Five States
Matt Germer & Jonathan Bydlak

This is a joint report by the Brennan Center for Justice, Protect Democracy and the R Street Institute.


More than seven months after Arizona officials certified the 2020…

Letter to the Michigan Senate Regarding Ocular Telehealth
Courtney Joslin

Dear Sens. Nesbitt, Shirkey, Ananich and members of the Michigan Senate,

My name is Courtney Joslin and I am a resident fellow at the R Street Institute. R Street is a nonprofit, nonpartisan…

Birth Control Access in Kentucky
Courtney Joslin
Right of First Refusal Laws for Electric Transmission are Anti-Competitive in Interstate Commerce
Josiah Neeley

The benefits of competition in building and operating new electric transmission projects is increasingly apparent. A recent study by the Brattle Group found that…

Testimony in Support of Michigan House Bill 4356 to Allow Online Contact Lens Prescription Renewals
Courtney Joslin

Dear Chair VanderWall, Vice Chair Bizon, Minority Vice Chair Brinks, and members of the Michigan Senate Health Policy and Human Services Committee:

My name is Courtney Joslin and I am a resident…

Enhanced Renewables in the State/RTO Nexus: A Heartland Case Study
Devin Hartman

Prepared for the R Street Institute by graduate students of the Indiana University O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
April 28, 2021

Executive Summary

In support of Senate Bill 131
Alan Smith

Chairman Johnson, Vice Chair Cirino, Ranking Member Williams and all members of the Senate Workforce & Higher Education Committee:

My name is Alan Smith and I am a Senior Fellow and Midwest…

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Missouri is becoming a national leader on occupational licensing reforms
Shoshana Weissmann

Over the last few years, Missouri has cleared the way for more people in the state to find work and has also lowered barriers of those moving into its towns and cities to pursue employment.

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