The 2021 Journal

Fall 2021| Number 64 Click here to read the full PDF version of The Journal Cover Story A Dedication to George Gibbs By: Dr. J Robert McClure The 'Big Sort' Is On  Christopher C. Hull  COVID, Crime, and Cost are driving Americans to Florida. Will the Sunshine State’s newcomers leave [...]

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2022 Policy Priorities

Click here to read the full list of JMI's 2022 Policy Priorities!  2022 JMI Policy Priorities The Future IS Florida… Turning the page from 2020 to 2021, it wouldn’t have been out of line to feel a sense of relief or optimism for the onset of a new year and [...]

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Permissionless Innovation: A Pro-Growth Policy Vision and Plan for Florida

Click here to read the full PDF  By Andrea O’Sullivan Director, Center for Technology and Innovation, The James Madison Institute Florida has the ingredients and appetite to be a leader in technology and innovation. We have a reasonable tax system and well-managed government. We have a large population of high-skilled [...]

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Restoring Trust and Security in Florida Elections From Bush v. Gore to Covid-19

The 2000 presidential election came down to the results in Florida. Then-Vice President Al Gore and then-Governor George W. Bush each needed Florida’s electoral votes to win a majority in the Electoral College and secure the presidency. The election night results showed Bush ahead of Gore by less than 1,800 [...]

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2021 Legislative Wrap-Up

Click here to read PDF version. Expanded Education Choice for K-12 Students Made scholarships available to 61,000 more middle-income families Retained priority of serving neediest students first Eliminated burdensome requirement of prior-public school enrollment Eased charter school approval process to prevent local authorities from blocking competition Improved Civics Education  Strengthened [...]

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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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