Mississippi Center for Public Policy

Thursday, November 26, 2015

MCPP Reports


HOW to Vote on Initiative 42

The Initiative section of the ballot in tomorrow's election will be confusing for many people. The ballot will ask voters two questions. What do they mean? How should you vote?...

What Will More Money for K-12 Education Accomplish?

Proponents of spending more money on education say, or at least imply, that "fully funding the MAEP formula" will produce better results for students. But will it?...

Initiative 42 and 42A Analysis & Comparison

Initiative 42 and Alternative 42A will appear on the Nov. 3 Mississippi ballot. This updated analysis describes the effects these proposals could have if either one is adopted....

Initiative 42 & 42A Presentation

Slides from MCPP's presentation regarding Initiative 42 and 42A...

Regulating Private Property Rights to Death

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) have jointly issued a rule changing the definition of waters of the United States (WOTUS) pursuant to the Clean Water Act (CWA)....

Lawmakers Expand Health Care Access with "Right to Try" Law

Senate Bill 2485, known as the "Right to Try" bill, gives access to potentially life-saving treatments for terminally ill and disabled patients by allowing these patients to use drugs and therapies that have passed Phase I Food and Drug Administration (FDA)...

Initiative 42 Regarding Public Schools - MCPP Responds to Criticism of Our Initial Analysis

MCPP analyzes the response of proponents of Initiative 42 to our initial analysis of that ballot initiative, which proposes a Constitutional amendment regarding education....

EPA's Grab for Mississippi's Grid

Should EPA Take Control of our Electricity?...
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Why Children with Special Needs Should Have Special Option for Their Education

Senator Nancy Collins talks about the critical need for educational options for special needs students in Mississippi....
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EPA / Fish & Wildlife: Legislating Without Congress on Clean Air & Endangered Species

Presentation by
William L. Kovacs Senior Vice President Environment, Technology & Regulatory Affairs U.S. Chamber of Commerce...

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