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What ‘Land Grab’? Transferred Lands Will Stay Public

On March 11, 2016

By Matthew Anderson, Senior Policy Fellow Oil and gas wells dotting every inch of our national parks. Cattle running rampant, tearing up scenic landscapes, and leaving no forage for wildlife. Your family’s favorite summer camping spot being sold off to the highest bidder. This is the picture that extremist environmental groups have painted of the […]

Federalism Fellow: Meet Matt Sifert

On February 22, 2016

Federalism Fellow: Matt Sifert Meet Matthew Sifert of Scottsdale, Arizona. Matt joins Federalism In Action as one of our Federalism Fellows for the semester. Currently an undergrad at The King’s College in New York, Matt is pursuing a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics with a minor in Theology. Prior to joining the FIA team, Matt […]

Innovation Competitions: A Look at Secondary Costs

On February 16, 2016

By Catherine Konieczny | Federalism In Action A new $40 million Smart City Challenge has been announced by the Department of Transportation (DOT) to fund proposals that promise more efficient and environmentally-friendly infrastructure ideas. Looking into the details, the funding favors plans that “reduce congestion, keep travelers safe, protect the environment, respond to climate change, connect underserved […]

Top 3 Local: Technology, Transparency, and Local Governance

On December 6, 2013

On Fridays, Federalism in Action gathers the Top 3 stories on local people making local decisions into a blog. To check out last week’s post, click here. FOR INSPIRATION: Federalism All Star State Representative Alan Clemmons This week, Federalism in Action profiles South Carolina State Representative Alan Clemmons from the 107th District as a Federalism […]

Top 3 Local: Communities Giving Thanks

On November 22, 2013

On Fridays, Federalism in Action gathers the Top 3 stories on local people making local decisions into a blog. To check out last week’s post, click here. FOR FUN: 150 Years of Giving Thanks  Nearly 400 years ago, the Pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving in Plymouth; however, it was not until 1863 that President Abraham […]

Top 3 Local: Think Local. Shop Local.

On November 15, 2013

Each week, Federalism in Action compiles the Top 3 stories on local people making local decisions into a blog. To check out last week’s post, click here. FOR FUN: Think Local. Shop Local. Many bargain shoppers will flock to the mall after the Thanksgiving holiday in search of a good deal. Here’s an alternative idea: […]

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