Posts by Brett Kittredge

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Excessive regulation hurts the economy

by Brett Kittredge

The idea of limiting regulations, or red tape, is more than just…

Education

Yes, parents are the primary stakeholder in their child’s education

by Brett Kittredge

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona recently refused to refer to parents…

Work

Licensing boards can’t adopt anti-competitive rules

by Brett Kittredge

A recent ruling telling dental regulators to drop an anti-competitive measure in…

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Lawmakers said to have agreement on medical marijuana proposal

by Brett Kittredge

“The legislature has been responsive to the fact that, whether you like…

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Colorado’s governor wants to repeal their income tax

by Brett Kittredge

Colorado’s Democratic governor has called for the elimination of the state’s income…

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Two more states lift hurdle for nurse practitioners

by Brett Kittredge

As access to health care remains a concern during the pandemic, two…

Justice, Work

Providing a fresh start

by Brett Kittredge

Irrelevant regulations often make it hard for those leaving prison to find…

Justice, Your Story

Addiction. Incarceration. Redemption.

by Brett Kittredge

Julie Crutcher was an addict for seven or eight years. She spent…

Justice

Good policy changes lives

by Brett Kittredge

Every year the legislature passes and the governor signs hundreds of bills….

Work

The income tax repeal discussion continues

by Brett Kittredge

“If it can be done well, the elimination of the income tax…

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The economies of income tax free states

by Brett Kittredge

The nine income tax free states have a tax burden that is…

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Income tax free states exceed national average for population growth

by Brett Kittredge

Earlier this year, new data was released showing the United States had…