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Reports - The Heritage Foundation
  1. $4 Trillion and Counting: President Obama’s 2016 Budget Presents a Vision of Government Largess
    Congress should offer Americans a better budget than the President’s budget—one that addresses the key drivers of spending growth.
  2. Winfree, Gray Leave Hill for Economic Posts at the Heritage Foundation
    Winfree, Gray Leave Hill for Economic Posts at the Heritage Foundation
  3. Time to End the Federal Subsidy for High-Tax States
    The state and local tax deduction effectively encourages higher taxes and wasteful or inefficient spending by state and local governments.
  4. The Antiquated Act: Time to Repeal the Antiquities Act
    Congress should repeal the President’s authority under the Antiquities Act to unilaterally designate national monument and devolve land management to the states.
  5. America Needs a Rational Transit Policy
    Washington should focus on improving the roadway infrastructure that carries almost 99 percent of personal travel and 100 percent of highway freight.
  6. Always Care, Never Kill: How Physician-Assisted Suicide Endangers the Weak, Corrupts Medicine, Compromises the Family, and Violates Human Dignity and Equality
    Physician-assisted suicide endangers the weak, corrupts medicine, compromises the family, and violates human dignity and legal equality.
  7. Defense Reform by the Numbers: Four Crucial Priorities for the Next Administration
    The Department of Defense needs substantial reform to improve performance and expand defense capabilities.
  8. The U.S. Needs to Respond to North Korea’s Latest Cyber Attack
    Failure to adequately respond to North Korean cyber attacks will only encourage Kim Jong-un to continue to challenge the international.
  9. Financial Market Utilities: One More Dangerous Concept in Dodd–Frank
  10. 2015 ACA-Exchange-Premiums Update: Premiums Still Rising
    The savings promised under the Affordable Care Act have still not materialized, and health care premiums continue to rise in 2015.



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