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Hochul must veto burdensome insurance disclosure bill
Alan Smith

In June the state Legislature passed a bill that mandates extreme—and likely unattainable—disclosure requirements for those defending themselves in civil litigation. The disclosures do not exist…

, Cheddar
Video: NYC Imposes Vaccine Requirements as Florida Governor Crusades Against Mask, Vaccine Mandates
Chelsea Boyd

From Cheddar:

Chelsea Boyd, Research Fellow at Libertarian think tank R Street Institute, joined Wake Up With Cheddar to discuss New York becoming the first major U.S. city to institute…

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.

Introduction

More than seven months after Arizona officials certified the 2020…

, The Center Square
Pennsylvania’s Juvenile Justice Task Force can help the state’s youth and save money
Noella Sudbury

Each year, about 18,000 kids in the state of Pennsylvania have some type of contact with the criminal justice system. Most of these young people are in trouble for relatively minor behaviors, like…

Accessory Dwelling Units
Jonathan Coppage

An R Street Institute Report which calls attention to the flexibility and ease of implementing ADU development.

Highlight: ADUs are a free-market, low-cost solution for private…

, New York Daily News
Let them drink cocktails: New York yanks away to-go alcohol, a popular pandemic innovation
C. Jarrett Dieterle

As government officials try to encourage more New Yorkers to get vaccinated — using every trick in the book, including free subway rides and tickets to museums and zoos — Gov. Cuomo is…

, Delaware Online
Delaware must join the ranks of U.S. states that provide ‘clean slate’ and, in turn, jobs
Noella Sudbury

Delaware recorded its first positive case of COVID-19 on March 11, 2020. A little more than a year later, Delaware’s economy, like so many others, is still feeling the impacts of the global…

, RTO Insider
Cramton, Garza Discuss ‘Lessons Learned from Texas’ After Feb. Storm
Beth Garza

From RTO Insider:

Beth Garza and Peter Cramton have unique insight into the extreme weather event that affected Texas in mid-February. A winter storm, followed by historically low temperatures,…

What Massachusetts can teach us about police-assisted referral programs for substance use disorders
Stacey McKenna

REVIEW OF: Melissa Davoust et al., “Examining the implementation of police-assisted referral programs for substance use disorder services in Massachusetts,” International Journal of Drug Policy…

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