School districts use ‘capacity’ to keep low-income transfer students out
School districts use arbitrary definitions of capacity to claim they are full and deny transfer requests from low-income students.
Pennsylvania finalizes public-private partnership deal to rebuild nine highway bridges
The Major Bridges P3 deal is the state's latest use of public-private partnerships to repair, rebuild and modernize bridges.
No evidence to support train crew size regulation
Reason Foundation comments on the Federal Railroad Administration's proposed rule on the minimum size of train crews.
How will K-12 student enrollment changes impact public schools?
Pandemic enrollment losses and declining birth rates are bad news for many school district budgets.
The pitfalls of regulating app stores
Policymakers should continue to let app stores innovate and evolve without policy intended to force them into certain practices.
Acquitted conduct sentencing is unconstitutional
The Supreme Court, Congress, the U.S. Sentencing Commission, and individual states all have an opportunity to act on acquitted conduct sentencing.
Can the FTC block technology mergers based on future market predictions?
The bid to block Meta from acquiring Within will test the FTC’s argument that potential future concentration is enough to stall the merger.
The Department of Labor’s new ESG rule puts the onus on states
This new rule sets the stage for state governments to establish their own standards.
How to build on the success of past railroad deregulation
Congress can protect the gains realized from the Staggers Act and help usher in 21st-century freight rail.