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Fri, Mar 24 “Comparing Obamacare Scams” Research Fellow Gary Galles Op-Ed in the Washington Examiner
Fri, Mar 24 “Republican Replacement of Obamacare” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice appears on MSNBC
Fri, Mar 24 “Why the GOP health care bill was pulled” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice appears on Fox Business News
Thu, Mar 23 “Trump’s Big Problems: Anemic Private Investment and Weak Productivity” Sr. Fellow Robert Higgs, author of Against Leviathan cited in Forbes
Wed, Mar 22 “How Trump Could Eliminate the US National Debt” Sr. Fellow William F. Shughart II appears on Financial Sense with Chris Sheridan
Tue, Mar 21 “Inconsistencies in Trump’s National Security Policies” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland Op-Ed in Huffington Post
Mon, Mar 20 “‘Kingdom’ Shows Power of Economic, Political Freedom” Research Fellow Sam Staley in The Tallahassee Democrat
Mon, Mar 20 Crossroads for Liberty by Research Fellow William J. Watkins, Jr. is reviewed in The New American
Fri, Mar 17 “Serious tax reform is the key to restoring economic prosperity” Sr. Fellow William F. Shughart II Op-Ed in The Hill
Fri, Mar 17 “Will a merit-based immigration system work?” Sr. Fellow Alvaro Vargas Llosa, author of Global Crossings Op-Ed in The San Francisco Chronicle
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Thu, Mar 16 “Raúl the Reformer and Other Cuban Fables” Sr. Fellow Alvaro Vargas Llosa cited in National Review
Thu, Mar 16 “Here’s the Real ‘Immigration Problem’ Trump Should be Tackling” Sr. Fellow Benjamin Powell Op-Ed on CNBC.com
Thu, Mar 16 American Surveillance: Intelligence, Privacy, and the Fourth Amendment by Research Fellow Anthony Gregory is reviewed in Business History Review
Tue, Mar 14 Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice appears on the Marc Cox show on KFTK radio in St. Louis
Tue, Mar 14 “Would Trump’s Paid Parental Leave Plan Hurt Young Women?” Research Fellow Robert P. Murphy cited on InsideSources.com
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Inconsistencies in Trump’s National Security Policies (3/24/2017)
Ivan Eland

Serious Tax Reform Is the Key to Restoring Economic Prosperity (3/20/2017)
William F. Shughart II

Antitrust, Regulation and the “Chicago School” (3/20/2017)
William F. Shughart II

Here’s the Real ‘Immigration Problem’ Trump Should be Tackling (3/20/2017)
Benjamin Powell

Will a Merit-Based Immigration System Work? (3/20/2017)
Alvaro Vargas Llosa

Paul Ryan’s Health Bill: Good, Bad and Ugly (3/17/2017)
John C. Goodman

A Conservative Approach to Health Reform (3/13/2017)
John C. Goodman

Here We Go Again: Yet Another Debt-Expanding Republican Administration (3/6/2017)
Ivan Eland

Repealing Obamacare Will Create, Not Kill, Jobs (3/3/2017)
John R. Graham

What We Can Learn from Portugal’s Drug Policy (3/3/2017)
Abigail R. Hall

, Kaila Preston

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