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Washington and Reagan, Reasons for Hope

On February 15, 2016

By Jonathan Sorg | Federalism In Action PRESIDENTS DAY 2016 In his seminal 1964 A Time for Choosing speech, Ronald Reagan said, “You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand […]

Federalism Fellow: Meet Catherine Konieczny

On February 12, 2016

Federalism Fellow: Catherine Konieczny Meet Catherine Konieczny of Charlotte, North Carolina. Catherine is one of our Federalism Fellows for the 2016 winter semester. She is currently pursuing a degree in economics with a minor in political science. Prior to joining the FIA team as an intern in 2015, Catherine interned for the John Locke Foundation […]

Federalism Fellow: Meet Jonathan Sorg

On February 5, 2016

Federalism Fellow: Jonathan Sorg  Meet Jonathan Sorg of Fishers, Indiana. Jonathan joins the FIA team as one of our new Federalism Fellows for the 2016 winter semester. In his own words…  I am a recent graduate from Indiana University and have a background in the financial services industry. However, the U.S. Constitution, politics, and policy […]

Top 3 Local: Gov. Pence Says ‘No Thanks’ to Federal Dollars

On October 17, 2014

It’s finally Friday! Make sure you check out our latest installment of Federalism in Action’s Top 3 Local blog series. If this is your first time visiting our site, every Friday we find the top 3 stories that exemplify local people making local decisions across the country. We provide you with the best examples of […]

Top 3 Local: Federalism Absent from Pence’s Medicaid Expansion

On August 22, 2014

  Are you ready for the weekend? Before you head out, check out the newest edition of Federalism in Action’s Top 3 Local blog series. If this is your first time visiting our site, here’s how it works: every Friday we find 3 stories that best exemplify local people making local decisions across the country. […]

Top 3 Local: Federal Transparency Site Missing Billions

On August 8, 2014

Happy Friday! It’s time for the latest installment of Federalism in Action’s Top 3 Local blog series. If this is your first time visiting, each Friday we find 3 stories that exemplify local people making local decisions across the country. We provide you with the best examples of “Federalism in Action,” so you won’t miss […]

Study Finds Expanding Medicaid Will Hurt Indiana Families

On August 5, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 5, 2014    CONTACT: Brian Jodice (940) 867-0750 media@statebudgetsolutions.com  Study finds expanding Medicaid will hurt Indiana families  Governor Pence’s expansion plan lowers incomes and costs jobs in the Hoosier state Glenn Allen, VA – A new study finds that Indiana families will be adversely affected by Governor Mike Pence’s plan to expand […]

Common Core Takes a Permanent Summer Vacation in More States

On June 10, 2014

  By Hannah Oh Originally posted by State Budget Solutions on June 9, 2014 Multiple state efforts to repeal the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) have culminated in success in recent weeks. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley both signed bills that effectively repeal the CCSS that were previously adopted in […]

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