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  • National Eye on Colo.’s HB 1238 to Enhance Literacy by Curbing Social Promotion0

    • February 16, 2012

    Colorado’s legislative bid to enhance early literacy is getting some national attention. The bipartisan House Bill 1238 enlists parents and educators to focus on interventions for struggling readers in the early grades and requires the local superintendent to sign off before a non-proficient reader can advance past 3rd grade. My Education Policy Center friend Ben […]

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  • II files unique Supreme Court brief in Obamacare case0

    • February 16, 2012

    We have just filed an amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) brief with the Supreme Court arguing that (1) under current Supreme Court rulings, Obamacare’s individual mandate, if it can be justified at all, must be justified under the Constitution’s Necessary and Proper Clause, and (2) scholarly research into the meaning of the Necessary and

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  • Worse Than Death Panels: Evidence-Based Medicine0

    • February 16, 2012

    The Obama administration is contemplating something that is even scarier [than death panels]: doctors would be given immunity from malpractice lawsuits, but only if they practice medicine according to government guidelines. Continue reading

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  • Roll back Colorado's renewable energy mandate?0

    • February 16, 2012

    Just around dinner time last night the House Transportation Committee, chaired by Weld County GOP Rep Glenn Vaad, moved HB 1121 (detailed here) out of committee on a 10-3 vote and to the whole House for a floor debate on Colorado’s renewable energy mandate. Rep. Ray Scott’s (R-Grand Junction) Ratepayer Bill of Rights, dubbed “RayBOR”

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  • Roll back Colorado’s renewable energy mandate?0

    • February 16, 2012

    Just around dinner time last night the House Transportation Committee, chaired by Weld County GOP Rep Glenn Vaad, moved HB 1121 (detailed here) out of committee on a 10-3 vote and to the whole House for a floor debate on Colorado’s renewable energy mandate. Rep. Ray Scott’s (R-Grand Junction) Ratepayer Bill of Rights, dubbed “RayBOR”

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  • The Rail Empire Strikes Back0

    • February 16, 2012

    Rail advocates responded to the Antiplanner recent visit to Charlotte, NC, by inviting William Lind, who bills himself as “a conservative who supports rail transit,” to comment on Charlotte’s proposed Red Line project. “Real conservatives like commuter trains,” says Lind. How does he know? Because the average income of people who ride commuter trains in […]

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