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Has the Americans With Disabilities Act Actually Been a Failure?

The Americans with Disabilities Act seems to have been a big success at increasing the disabled's access to workplaces, buildings and transportation. So why has the number of Americans receiving disability income grown so dramatically since the ADA passed? 


How Barack Obama Helped Create Donald Trump

When a president takes us too far in one direction, they start to swing back in the opposite direction—at least temporarily. Trump happens to be the brashest and most outlandish Obama critic, which allows him to take advantage of public discontent.


The Federal Government Wants Even More of Your Personal Information


Hillary Clinton Channels China's Efforts to Control Investors


Coalition Letter Supporting Strong Protections for All Types of IP


Tavenner Is The Perfect Pick For AHIP As Big Insurers Become Public Utilities

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The Private Sector Can Reform Social Security's Disability Program

Social Security's disability program is in bad financial shape. A private sector reform, modeled after a program that's been around for nearly 35 years, would provide the disabled and survivors with better benefits while helping remove some of the strain from Social Security.

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Will An Iran Deal Cause Jewish Voters To Break with Democrats?

Merrill Matthews joins WINA's Rob Schilling to discuss the history of modern Jewish voting trends and speculates how Jewish voters may break from typical support patterns pending a nuclear deal with Iran. 

TPP Critic Quigley Writes Article for Foreign Policy; Coordinates with Anti-IP Activists

An anti-IP crusader weighs in against the TPP.

Modernizing the Copyright Office

Are at least some of the complaints about the copyright system more matters of the limitations of the Copyright Office than they are limitations of copyright law?

Toward a Free Market Agriculture Policy

A new paper recommends the zero-for-zero approach for sugar policy.

What Real Health Care Reform Should Look Like

The Supreme Court's King vs Burwell ruling puts the responsibility to repeal the law appropriately in the hands of the American people and their elected representatives. IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews outlines a health care reform plan that would boost access, lower costs and improve care—all the things Obamacare was supposed to do but doesn’t.


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