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  • Ben DeGrow Advocates for Innovation, More Productive Education Spending on 9News Your Show0

    • August 30, 2011

    Senior policy analyst Ben DeGrow appeared on Denver’s 9News Your Show with State Senator Rollie Heath to discuss the state of education funding and Senator Heath’s Proposition 103, a ballot initiative designed to increase state income and sales tax rates. A link is provided to the video on the 9 News site.

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  • Michigan Legislator Attacks Choice, Wants Public Schools to Control Who Attends0

    • August 30, 2011

    From the files of “I’m glad s/he’s not my state legislator,” we turn to the state of Michigan — where lawmakers are considering a plan to give families greater choice through mandatory public school open enrollment. A recent Associated Press story highlights some of the outrageous rhetoric from the opposition:

    State Rep. Timothy Bledsoe, a Democrat […]

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  • Colorado’s Long-Term Budget Dilemma: Two Perspectives0

    • August 30, 2011

    The Independence Institute and the Rocky Mountain Foundation invite you to attend Colorado’s Long-Term Budget Dilemma: Two Perspectives Penn Pfiffner, Independence Institute Fiscal Policy Center Director and Citizen’s Budget Author Phyllis Resnick, principal economist for DU’s Center for Colorado’s Economic Future Financing Colorado’s Future: An Analysis of the Fiscal Sustainability of State Government October 11,

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  • Independent Women’s Luncheon Fall 20110

    • August 30, 2011

    Catherine Shopneck, Chairman of the Board and the women of the Independence Institute cordially invite you to attend Independent Women’s Luncheon with special guest Nicole Kurokawa Neily Executive Director of the Independent Women’s Forum Thursday, October 27, 2011 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Denver Country Club $40 per person RSVP online

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  • Colorado’s health insurance exchange: controlled by Feds, limited choice0

    • August 30, 2011

    State-based insurance exchanges will be largely controlled by federal edicts. They will not give Americans the same insurances choices as Congress members, and they limit choice.

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  • Honolulu Showdown0

    • August 30, 2011

    The Antiplanner is at a conference this week so postings will be light. In the meantime, readers might want to discuss this editorial against the Honolulu rail project, which it says “would change the landscape in ways many are unwilling to accept.” Only subscribers can read more than the first couple of paragraphs, but Honolulu […]

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