The Manhattan Institute -> drug pricing in America + Do States Have a Role in Making Climate Policy

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The Manhattan Institute -> drug pricing in America + Do States Have a Role in Making Climate Policy

 November 14, 2017

HEALTH POLICY

In November 2016, the Manhattan Institute hosted a health-care symposium to discuss drug pricing in America. The keynote address was delivered by Alex Azar, President of Ely Lilly and current nominee for Secretary of Health and Human Services.
 

ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

Do States Have a Role in Making Climate Policy?

Proponents say state action is needed to offset the effects of federal policy reversals. Critics say it won’t be effective—and is an overreach.
By Oren Cass, Arthur van Benthem
The Wall Street Journal
November 14, 2017
 

ECONOMY & FINANCE

How Tax Reformers Can Add $500 Billion in Family Tax Cuts without Gutting Business Tax Reform

“Within the tax reform bills produced by the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee, a potential $1.5 trillion compromise…”
By Brian Riedl
Economics21
November 13, 2017
 

Equity and Efficiency

The GOP’s proposed tax reforms are imperfect but deserve support.
By Milton Ezrati
City Journal Online
November 13, 2017
 

EDUCATION

Two Telling Ways to Address a Teacher Shortage

“New York’s charter proponents want to change the standards in part because many schools are short on teachers and because they believe they can train teachers better than traditional education schools can.”
By Larry Sand
New York Post
November 11, 2017
Adapted from City Journal

 

CULTURE & SOCIETY

Princeton and Slavery

Leave it to a university not to know its history.
By Myron Magnet
City Journal Online
November 13, 2017
 

PODCAST

Terror in Manhattan


Judith Miller joins City Journal associate editor Seth Barron to discuss the most recent Islamic terrorist attack in New York City.
Released on November 1, 2017
 

CITY JOURNAL

City Journal
Autumn 2017 

Our new issue explores the trendy “science” of implicit-bias theory; signs of vigor in the American heartland; the future of our political parties; New York City’s prospects on the eve of a mayoral election; and more. Get your copy today!

          

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