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  • Yes, Minimum Wage Hikes Cost Jobs - As the slow economic recovery continues, there are renewed calls to raise the minimum wage.  While the goal may be to raise the income of certain workers, the consequence is to price some workers out of the labor market and … Continue reading January 23, 2015 12:33pm
  • Is it Time to Get Rid of the Minimum Teacher Salary Schedule? - On December 2nd the Ohio House of Representatives passed HB 343, an omnibus of changes to Ohio’s education policy. Noticeably absent among these changes was a provision introduced in the House Education Committee to eliminate the rigid pay schedule for … Continue reading January 7, 2015 4:01pm
  • Kentucky Counties Look to Embrace Right to Work - Kentucky, or at least several counties in Kentucky, looks to join the ranks of economic freedom lovers that respect real employee fairness by becoming Right to Work. According to the Heritage Foundation’s James Sherk in the National Review, “The momentum … Continue reading December 17, 2014 7:00am
  • EPA’s Clean Power Plan Will Hit Ohio’s Most Vulnerable the Hardest - A new report by Dr. Wayne Winegarden at the Pacific Research Institute strengthens the case for free energy markets and shows how government-mandated “green energy” policies deliver unintended consequences. Dr. Winegarden finds that while the EPA’s Clean Power Plan will … Continue reading December 16, 2014 9:12am
  • Check Out Ohio’s Checkbook - As previously mentioned, Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel’s new Ohio Checkbook is a wonderful tool.  In this clip from WHIO in Dayton, Treasurer Mandel and our own Statehouse Liaison, Greg R. Lawson, discuss the benefits of transparency for Ohio taxpayers! Continue reading December 11, 2014 10:06am

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