Embracing universal school choice can provide more funding for students at a lower cost to taxpayers, offering diverse educational opportunities and debunking misconceptions about its impact on public schools.
The good times roll on — how long can they last?
The two organizations forge a strategic partnership to drive innovation in energy and public policy, aiming to improve the quality of life in the American Southwest and promote sustainable solutions.
Fifty years ago, Washington’s plans for ‘peaceful nuclear explosions’ ended in Colorado.
Why and How to Stop Taxpayer-Funded Advocacy
The Southwest Public Policy Institute has filed a lawsuit against Mesa Public Schools in Arizona to compel the release of public records in compliance with Arizona Public Records Law.
The proposal to extend the IP waiver under the TRIPS Agreement for COVID-19 diagnostics and therapeutics would worsen the burden on innovators and have disastrous consequences for the American Southwest and the nation.
SPPI shares insights on the impact of the war on specialized emergency lending at AFSA’s conference in Las Vegas.
One of the country’s largest mineral reserves remains unmined amid environmental and legal challenges.
The American Southwest’s jobs boom continues.