Mississippi Center for Public Policy

Friday, August 22, 2014

MCPP Reports

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8 Reasons to Say No to Medicaid Expansion

MCPP is opposed to Medicaid expansion. It is an expensive investment in a program with poor quality outcomes for the people it tries to serve. Here are 8 reasons why we oppose Medicaid expansion....
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The Facts About Medicaid Expansion

Four facts about Medicaid expansion in Misissippi...
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2013 Legislative Recap: Education, Health Care, Transparency, and Economic Incentives

A summary of the best and worst bills in the areas of education, health care, transparency, and economic development....
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Summary of Research on Pre-K

What does the research on state-funded Pre-K really show? We've compiled the major studies so Mississippians can judge for themselves....
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Leading Toward Liberty

Mississippi Center for Public Policys Leading Toward Liberty campaign is designed to return our state government to its proper role - to guard the liberty of its people....
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Governing By Principle Home Page

Governing by Principle is a call to Mississippi elected officials, candidates, and citizens to put principle above politics and partisanship. The ideas relied upon by America's Founders to frame our government came long before there were Republicans and Democrats....
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New A-F Grades for 2011-2012

Facts and analysis about the new A-F grades released by the Mississippi Department of Education on Friday, September 14....
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2012 Mississippi ACT Profile Report

Source: ACT.org
The ACT report provides information about the performance of Mississippi 2012 graduating seniors who took the ACT as sophomores,
juniors, or seniors....
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MS High School Graduation Rates

Graduation rates for Mississippi high schools as reported by the Mississippi Department of Education for the 2010-2011 school year....
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2012 Legislative Session - Education Bills Recap

As far as education policy goes, the low point of the 2012 session was the failure of charter school legislation in the House. In addition to charters, legislators introduced several other bills that would have expanded educational freedom in Mississippi....

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