Deplatforming and Freedom: A Primer for Policy

By Andrea O'Sullivan Click here to read the full study, "Deplatforming and Freedom: A Primer for Policy"  Click here to read a condense summary of "Deplatforming and Freedom: A Primer for Policy"  The yearning for freedom is in America’s DNA. It always has been: some 200 years ago, the French [...]

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Bridging the Final Gaps: Policy Paths for Broadband Deployment in Florida

By Bartlett Cleland, Adjunct Scholar, The James Madison Institute Executive Director, Innovation Economy Alliance Click here to read "Bridging the Final Gaps: Policy Paths for Broadband Deployment in Florida" The broadband industry has invested billions of dollars in covering the country with ever faster, ever more ubiquitous broadband. From one [...]

By |2021-03-29T10:43:32-04:00March 22nd, 2021|Publications|Comments Off on Bridging the Final Gaps: Policy Paths for Broadband Deployment in Florida

Expanding Access to Telehealth in Florida: Recent Progress and Opportunities for Improvement

Vittorio Nastasi Policy Analyst, Reason Foundation Adjunct Scholar, The James Madison Institute Sal Nuzzo Vice President of Policy, The James Madison Institute Click here to read the full report "Expanding Access to Telehealth in Florida: Recent Progress and Opportunities for Improvement" COVID-19 has highlighted the need for flexibility in our [...]

By |2021-04-08T13:32:28-04:00March 19th, 2021|Publications|Comments Off on Expanding Access to Telehealth in Florida: Recent Progress and Opportunities for Improvement

Expanding Regulatory Sandboxes to Fast-Track Innovation

By Andrea O’Sullivan, Director of the Center for Technology and Innovation, The James Madison Institute Click here to read "Expanding Regulatory Sandboxes to Fast-Track Innovation" As policymakers seek to boost innovation within their borders, forward-looking national and regional governments have embraced “regulatory sandboxes” as a means to afford a market-centered [...]

By |2021-01-28T10:58:02-04:00January 28th, 2021|Publications|Comments Off on Expanding Regulatory Sandboxes to Fast-Track Innovation

On Wayfair, Tread Lightly

Florida Should Not Repeat the Other States' Mistakes on Remote Sales Tax Legislation By: Andrew Moylan Executive Vice President, National Taxpayers Union Foundation; Adjunct Scholar, The James Madison Institute Andrew Wilford Policy Analyst, National Taxpayers Union Foundation; Adjunct Scholar, The James Madison Institute Click here to read the full PDF [...]

By |2021-01-11T18:17:58-04:00January 12th, 2021|Publications|Comments Off on On Wayfair, Tread Lightly

Protecting Florida’s Most Vulnerable: Market-Based Reform to Improve Nursing Home Care

By: Vitorio Nastasi, Policy Analyst, Reason Foundation; Adjunct Scholar, The James Madison Institute Click here to read the full PDF of “Protecting Florida’s Most Vulnerable: Market-Based Reform to Improve Nursing Home Care”  1. Introduction  The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted significant shortcomings in our healthcare system and, perhaps most particularly, in [...]

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Union Time on the Taxpayer Dime: How Florida Taxpayers Subsidize Private Union Activity

By Sean Higgins, Research Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute Click here to read the full PDF of "Union Time on the Taxpayer Dime: How Florida Taxpayers Subsidize Private Union Activity"  Intro Imagine that on each working day, public employees report for work but do not perform any governmental duties. Instead, they [...]

By |2020-12-02T11:59:04-04:00December 14th, 2020|Publications|Comments Off on Union Time on the Taxpayer Dime: How Florida Taxpayers Subsidize Private Union Activity

2021 Policy Priorities

Click here to read the 2021 Policy Priorities PDF.  2021 JMI Policy Priorities Back on Track It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to suggest that “nobody saw 2020 coming.” In a year in which the impeachment of the President of the United States (in an election year) was not even in [...]

By |2020-12-02T12:04:27-04:00December 7th, 2020|Publications|Comments Off on 2021 Policy Priorities
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