NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 12-10-2009

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Thursday, December 10, 2009

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Federal Spending & Budget Issues

GREEN JOBS OR FEWER JOBS?

Subsidizing green jobs could cause more job losses than gains, say Pete Geddes, an Adjunct Scholar, and H. Sterling Burnett, a Senior Fellow, both with the National Center for Policy Analysis...

WASHINGTON TIMES

Health Issues

SPREADING NEW YORK'S BAD MEDICINE

New York's health care regulations drive up costs and limit choices, say Stephen T. Parente, a finance professor at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management; and Tarren Bragdon, a Manhattan Institute Adjunct Fellow and CEO of the Maine Heritage Policy Center...

NEW YORK POST

Health Issues

THREE STRIKES AGAINST OBAMACARE

There are three major strikes against the Senate health care reform bill, says Paul Howard, Director of the Center for Medical Progress at the Manhattan Institute...

NATIONAL REVIEW

Health Issues

WHY TAX BOTOX?

The only plausible reason to tax cosmetic surgery is that it is a politically easy target, say observers...

FORBES

Education Issues

CHARTER SCHOOLS AGAINST THE ODDS

Charter schools are growing, despite union hostility, say observers...

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Federal Spending & Budget Issues

TIMBER PAYMENTS AND LOGROLLING

We should eliminate federal forest subsidies to the states and turn portions of the national forests over to the states, say experts...

CATO INSTITUTE

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