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Letters From…

In his Letter from Washington, Eli Lehrer talks about the possibility of increased privatization in the National Flood Insurance Program, energy subsidies and the new editor of OOTS News.

In her Letter From Austin, Julie Drenner proposes a new fantasy sports game, Fantasy Politics, and discusses several new insurance laws taking effect in Texas.

In this Letter from Washington, Eli Lehrer discusses free trade, personal injury protection reform in Michigan, and presidential candidates Ron Paul and Rick Perry.

In his Letter from Washington, Eli Lehrer discusses Blue State Bailouts, his Enterprise test for economic activity and unnecessary government statistics.

In his Letter from Columbus, Alan Smith discusses the referendum over Ohio’s public employee collective bargaining laws.

In his Letter from Washington, Eli Lehrer discusses the flood insurance reform bill, the Green Scissors report, and zero based budgeting.

In her Letter from Austin, Julie Drenner discusses public pensions, emergency response to wildfires and conservative thought on college campuses.

In his Letter From Washington, Eli Lehrer discusses the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.

In her Letter from Austin, Texas director Julie Drenner discusses TWIA’s many deficiencies to private insurance and the problems Texas has had in using the stimulus monies designated for Hurricane Ike victims.

In his letter from Washington, Eli Lehrer discusses reforms to flood insurance programs, crop insurance and the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial being built in Washington DC.

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