Georgia reinforces its hybrid retirement plan
Georgia's plan strikes a proper balance of risk between employees and employers.
As inflation rises, incarcerated people are paid less than 63 cents per hour for labor
Commissary prices may rise with inflation, but the wages paid to prisoners are rarely increased.
Florida must stop relying on taxation by citation
No program or agency should be specifically funded by fines and fees revenue.
Nikki Fried is right to sue for medical marijuana patients’ gun rights
Regulations against gun ownership for medical marijuana patients violate those patients’ Second Amendment rights.
The costs and benefits of rebuilding the Interstates
A study estimates the economic value of the Interstate system to be $742 billion a year.
Florida should learn from the mistakes of California and European privacy laws
Florida can start to strike the correct balance by excluding a private right of action and providing clear guidelines for data sharing.
California’s public pension debt grows
CalPERS’ unfunded liabilities roughly translate to over $4,000 in debt for every Californian.
Who should be responsible for a public pension plan’s risk management policy?
Pension plans need an independent authority that protects taxpayers by managing risk policy.
FTX collapse is a reminder that public pension systems should avoid high-risk investments
The recent bankruptcy of FTX sparks important questions about the exposure of public pension funds—and taxpayers—to cryptocurrencies.