One basic philosophy of the Graham-Cassidy bill was to provide decision making authority closer to where the impacts are felt, i.e., the states. Devolution of power is nice, but beware unintended consequences.
There are lots of decisions that states can make that create entirely different markets separated just by state borders. These differences could lead to migration of Continue reading →
I was just looking to see how California (home state) did when it came to women’s wages, as compared to men. Really, I was looking to see if there was a connection between women’s representation in state legislatures (a very good thing) and the wage gap. Nothing detailed, just simple armchair empiricism, which is the worst (best?) kind Continue reading →