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Occupational Licensing Reform

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The Challenge While the economy is improving, those individuals without a college degree and those individuals just entering or re-entering the workforce continue to face challenges in finding employment. Their challenge is only made worse by overly burdensome and unnecessary state licensing mandates that require an individual to first pay fees, complete education and training […]

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Keeping America #1 in Innovation

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  The Challenge For decades America’s dominance in innovation has helped propel U.S. economic growth. New discoveries create new products which means both more jobs and a higher quality of life. One measurement of innovation is the number of patents for new inventions that are awarded each year. While the number of patents awarded by […]

Educational Opportunities Key to Finding Work and Long-Term Employment

de Blasio Plan Will Only Lead to Further Despair Today’s announcement is like a broken record – liberals pushing failed Big Government policies disguised in tearjerker terms and bathed in Robin Hood-esque visuals. Normally these bad ideas are coming out of Washington from lefty champions like President Obama, former-Speaker Pelosi, former-Majority Leader Reid and of […]

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Helping All American Children Receive a First-Class Education

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The Challenge Millions of children are trapped in failing schools because those are the schools assigned to them by their zip code. In addition, low-income and middle class parents and children throughout the country lack the ability to select a school that best fits their interests and needs, such as a school focused on science […]

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Ryan: Let’s “Hold the President Accountable” On Trade

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In an op-ed at IJReview, Rep. Paul Ryan writes that “a historic trade agreement with eleven other countries on the Pacific Rim… could mean more jobs, higher wages, and restored American leadership in the world.”

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WSJ: “Student-Loan Problem Even Worse Than Official Figures Indicate”

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Find out how conservatives can address America’s higher-education challenges.

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Gallup: “Fewer Americans Identify as Middle Class”

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A new survey by Gallup reveals that “Americans are considerably less likely now than they were in 2008 and years prior to identify themselves as middle class or upper-middle class.