ON-Lion Letter
Poor Americans are better off with work rules for welfare, FGA's Tarren Bragdon tells Congress
Thanks to work requirements, poor Americans on welfare have seen their incomes more than double, according to two groundbreaking studies of Kansas and...

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Nevada's ESA program ruled constitutional in one of two legal challenges
In May, a Nevada state trial-court judge dismissed one of two lawsuits that seek to dismantle Nevada's groundbreaking Education Savings Account (ESA) ...

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Wisconsin Academic Decathlon state champions win Division II title at USAD national competition
Last month, the Wisconsin Academic Decathlon (WIAD) state champions from Wilmot Union High School placed first among the Division II teams at the 2016...

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FPRI appoints Gregory J. W. Urwin senior fellow of the Center for the Study of America and the West
In May, the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) in Philadelphia announced the appointment of Gregory J. W. Urwin as a senior fellow of its Center...

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Obamacare's diversion of $3.5 million from taxpayers to health insurers is illegal, according to memo for Galen Institute
In May, the Galen Institute in Alexandria, Va., released a memorandum by former White House Counsel Boyden Gray with his expert legal opinion on the O...

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U.S. Supreme Court rules that government cannot fine Little Sisters of the Poor for following their religious beliefs
In May, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the government cannot fine the Little Sisters of the Poor for refusing to provide health-insuran...

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<i>Naturalism and Unbelief in France, 1650-1729</i> and <i>Epicureans and Atheists in France, 1650-1729</i> forthcoming from Bradley Prize recipient Alan Charles Kors
Two books by Bradley Prize recipient Alan Charles Kors will soon be forthcoming from Cambridge University Press.  Kors is the Henry Charles Lee P...

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Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds rulemaking powers of state Superintendent of Public Instruction, but retains policy role for legislature
In May, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled in a split decision that part of 2011's Act 21 that gave the governor and state legislature more of a role i...

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Actor and humanitarian Gary Sinise to receive a 2016 Bradley Prize
The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee has announced that one of four 2016 Bradley Prizes will be presented to Gary Sinise, an award-winn...

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Harvey Silverglate wins Manhattan Institute's Alexander Hamilton Award
Harvey A. Silverglate received the Manhattan Institute’s 2016 Alexander Hamilton Award at a gala dinner in New York in May.  Bruce Kovner, ...

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