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The American Public Underestimates What Public Schools Spend

September 2, 2021

Lincoln Network’s Project Nickel will change that by showing per-student spending by school  With students across the country heading back to...

Why Fiscal Conservatives Should Cheer the House’s Leg Branch Funding Bill

August 3, 2021

The House of Representatives passed the Legislative Branch funding bill last week--increasing funding for Congress, the Capitol Police, and related...

The Case for a Longevity Moonshot

July 27, 2021

As the government debates spending more money on community college and the child tax credit, there is one form of government spending that could...

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