Testimony on Alaska House Bill 22
Reason Foundation’s initial modeling suggests that HB 22 could cost Alaska upwards of $800 million in the coming decades.
Comments and analysis of legal marijuana proposals and regulation in Hawaii’s SB 375 and SB 669
Reason Foundation recently offered testimony in Hawaii on how Senate Bill 375 and Senate Bill 669 would impact the cannabis industry.
Testimony: Making DC’s sports gambling market more competitive, attractive and profitable
Competition would help create a legal market that might appeal to bettors in and outside of DC and finally begin to generate economic benefits.
Testimony: Maryland Senate Bill 259 would lead to greater health disparities and criminal justice inequities
The proposal before this committee would unnecessarily strip adults in Maryland of access to these FDA-authorized and potentially life-saving alternatives.
Comments on Montana House Bill 226 (2023)
The changes offered in HB226 would address how PERS is only optimal to a fraction of public employees at an ever-rising cost, and turn the system towards best practices in public retirement benefit design.
Testimony: Montana House Bill 228 (2023)
Montana House Bill 228 would help improve governance and give stakeholders even more confidence in their system for future generations.
Testimony: Cannabis labor peace mandate in Minnesota HF 100 violates federal law
There is a long series of legal precedents that make clear proposals contained within House File 100 would be deemed federally unconstitutional.
Testimony: North Dakota’s HB 1040 would address many challenges facing NDPERS
The North Dakota Public Employees Retirement System has about $1.8 billion in debt.
Testimony: Michigan Senate Bill 1192 would depoliticize pension investments and protect taxpayers
Michigan Senate Bill 1192 would help ensure the goals of public pension managers and trust fiduciaries align with reality.