It’s time for South Carolina lawmakers to examine the facts and make healthcare more accessible, more affordable and more safe by repealing South Carolina’s CON laws.
Briley, a southern-transplant from Indiana, is the Strategic Communications Coordinator at PPI. Through his experiences in Senator Tim Scott and PPI's office, Briley has learned to appreciate opportunity for all and thoughtful, solution-driven policy innovations.
In a day when South Carolinians are struggling to find high-quality healthcare, shouldn’t we be enacting policies that expand access to good healthcare options?
For the sake of the states’ budgets and competitive federalism, it’s time for Congress and the states to say “no more” to sea-monster-sized, bureaucratic mandates.
As the Laffer Curve simply illustrates, unreasonably high tax rates actually hurt the economy.
We understand Americans earning minimum wage could use a raise, but a blanket increase is unsustainable.
South Carolina might have a rocky fiscal road ahead according to a study recently released by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
In the end, the negative consequences of the RPS far outweigh any positive effects. The standards are truly just a major expense with minimal returns.
We all hate the question: which would you rather hear first, the good news or the bad news? So we’ll spare you from the unwelcomed choice.
Don’t let this Memorial Day go by without taking a moment to show your gratitude for American heroes.
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