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Wed, May 17 “Did the Outcome of the French Election Merely Postpone Le Pen?” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland Op-Ed in Huffington Post
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Wed, May 17 “An Economic Winning Streak Through Tax Reform” Sr. Fellow William F. Shughart II Op-Ed on InsideSources.com
Mon, May 15 “To Replace Obamacare, Don’t Overlook the Role of the States” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice in Forbes
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Individual Insurance Buyers Were Better Off Without Obamacare (5/26/2017)
John C. Goodman, Linda Gorman, Beverly Gossage

Why Nuclear Power Subsidies Must End (5/24/2017)
William F. Shughart II

Sanctuary Cities Are Not the New Nullification Crisis (5/23/2017)
William J. Watkins Jr.

Santa Fe’s Rejection of Soda Tax a Win for Public Health (5/22/2017)
William F. Shughart II, Josh T. Smith

An Economic Winning Streak Through Tax Reform (5/22/2017)
William F. Shughart II

Did the Outcome of the French Election Merely Postpone Le Pen? (5/22/2017)
Ivan Eland

Does Lack of Health Insurance Kill? (5/17/2017)
John C. Goodman, Linda Gorman

Gridlock at the FTC Prolongs Washington’s Regulatory Status Quo (5/12/2017)
William F. Shughart II

A Global Warming Surprise (5/12/2017)
S. Fred Singer

The Venezuelan Crisis Is Due to Economic Ignorance (5/8/2017)
Robert P. Murphy

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