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What CEOs Can Do to Improve Higher Ed Outcomes

by Christina Gordon March 13, 2018

Business and higher education, given their importance to our country and its welfare, need to do a better job of communicating with each other. We have different perspectives and ways...

The Future of CHIP

by Caroline Ferguson January 18, 2018

CHIP, or the State Children’s Health Insurance Program, is in limbo. The latest proposed temporary appropriations bill (“continuing resolution”) from Congress has added a six-year extension...

Time to End Fiscal Year Foolishness

by Joe Minarik January 11, 2018

President Trump and Congress are now trying to wrap up the “must-pass” legislation for the beginning of fiscal 2018, which began more than three months ago. In fact,...

Learning the Wrong Lesson

by Joe Minarik January 02, 2018

U.S. fiscal policy has been so far off the rails for so long that too many people have lost their bearings. A case in point is a New Year...

Demystifying the Tax Reform Bill

by Joe Minarik December 07, 2017

The director of the White House Office of Management and Budget has described some of the key provisions of the Republican tax “reform” bill as “gimmicks.”...