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Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy isn’t just the largest municipal filing in the history of the United States, it’s the latest example of big government’s failed promises. The island is around $123 billion in

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Recently in Venezuela, 2,700 jobs and 70 years of operations in the country ended abruptly for carmaker General Motors (GM), when a court ruling ordered the seizure of a GM plant in Carabobo State.  T…

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On the final day of the 2017 legislative session, and with bipartisan support, Colorado legislators finally passed a bill to ensure public charter schools students receive equitable funding. The bill…

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“Phoenix-area small-business owners are expressing optimism in line with their national counterparts, with some local businesses breathing a sigh of relief that Arizona's recent minimum-wage hike didn…

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This week, National Charter School Week, is a big week for Hispanics. That’s because Hispanic students comprise roughly 30 percent of charter school enrollment compared to 25% in traditional public sc…

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School choice policies around the nation are enjoying strong momentum and  there is no sign on the horizon that this might change anytime soon. If anything, reality might be slowly sinking in for scho…