Posted on | May 2, 2011 | No Comments
All my blogging these days happens at okpolicy.org. Here are my posts so far:
- Sally Kern could be on to something (but it’s not what she thinks)
- How the tax incentives war puts states in a terrible bargaining position
- Bill would raise taxes for 1 million low-income Oklahomans
- New OK Policy report lays out options for protecting Oklahoma public services
- More states push to end the Amazon tax loophole. Will Oklahoma join them?
- When a job is not enough: New measure looks at what’s needed for economic security
- A tale of two closing funds, the Chinese Communist Party, and genetically modified mice
- What’s at stake: the toll of budget cuts
- Politics for architects, or how fewer elections can be good for democracy
- The three part test for tax credits – and the fourth part we should be asking
- Cutting the top income tax rate: Who benefits?
- Unfair, inefficient, and bad for business: Why Oklahoma needs sales tax reform
- OK Policy Roundtable: Should the state of Oklahoma be promoting marriage?
- When “business-friendly” regulations are bad for the rest of us
- Why education reform is not like musical chairs