2018 Policy Priorities of The James Madison Institute

(download pdf) President's Message Over the past year, there has been no lack of debate, contention, or drama emanating from the corridors of Washington, D.C. Whether it was the high stakes effort to assure the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, the tumultuous day-to-day of the Trump White House, [...]

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Free-Market Thinking Is Key for States to Avoid Financial Disaster

It’s shocking to see the budget horror stories coming out of two of the nation’s leading states. Illinois and Connecticut are in fiscal freefall, and their leaders are taking the exact wrong approach in their misguided efforts to turn things around. If they were smart, they would look to the [...]

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Commentary: States should channel Florida’s fiscally conservative approach to prosperity

It’s shocking to see the budget horror stories coming out of two of the nation’s leading states. Illinois and Connecticut are in fiscal free fall and their leaders are taking the exact wrong approach in their misguided efforts to turn things around. If they were smart, they would look to [...]

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2016 Fall Journal: Election 2016 with Amendment Guide

Read The Journal An old Chinese proverb attributed to Confucius says, “May you live in interesting times.” While I would not seek to compare the warring Chinese dynasties of pre-biblical times to today, I have found myself at times this year thinking over that proverb and asking for a [...]

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2016 Legislative Summary

During the 2016 Florida Legislative Session, we saw significant progress on a number of policy priorities that move Florida further in the direction of free markets, liberty, and limited government. From expanding school choice options, to implementing sound and practical solutions for our water challenges, to reforming Florida’s civil [...]

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