- Duke’s Proposed Mandatory Fee: Unjust and Bad Energy Policy
- Every Family in SC Pays Taxes: The Poorest Pay a Larger Share of Their Income than Wealthiest
- Columbia’s Ballpark Study: Ask the Wrong Questions and You’ll Get the Wrong Answers
- Look at the Net Effect of Economic Development Investments
- Does Building a Public Ballpark Make Sense for Columbia?
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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Wonder why health insurance is unaffordable? South Carolina’s health insurance companies pay insurance producers (agents and brokers) on average $20.85 per member per month ($250 and change per year) for individual policies, the second highest in the country. See http://www.statehealthfacts.org/comparereport.jsp?rep=108&cat=17&o=a&sortc=1. … Continue reading
South Carolina could generate an additional $407 million in transportation revenues by updating its gas tax to reflect changes in the cost of transportation construction according to a report out today from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP). … Continue reading
The press in South Carolina has pointed to two transparency issues in recent days. Governor Haley and her staff routinely delete emails and texts we are told. Meanwhile the Department of Education told Sumter Senator Phil Leventis that it would … Continue reading
The South Carolina Senate Judiciary’s Subcommittee on Fiscal Fitness (Sens. McConnell, Knotts, Malloy, Sheheen, Davis and Shoopman) met in Columbia today (December 7) to, more or less, finalize its recommendations on changes to the Full Judiciary Committee. Streamlining Commission. The … Continue reading