All eight states of the American Southwest are, or will soon be, in session. Will legislators return budget surpluses to inflation-battered taxpayers, or launch spend-a-thons?
Texas has seen a significant increase in population and economic growth in recent years, attracting both domestic and foreign investment, largely due to the state’s favorable policies including no income tax, a reasonable regulatory burden, restrained government spending, as well as its successful energy sector.
The Center Square: Proposed Rail Acquisition Undermines American Competition and Economic Growth
At this time of uncertainty in the global marketplace, it is imperative to promote competitive and efficient supply chain solutions for the good of American economic security and competitive markets.
Solar in the Southwest: A Bright Shining Disappointment
Solar is a bust, even in the sun-drenched Southwest. If it can’t make it here, it can’t make it anywhere.
Report: A Bright, Shining Disappointment
Solar Photovoltaic’s Failure in the Southwest.
SPPI Job Index: Dark Clouds Are Gathering
Today’s fresh employment numbers from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics are concerning.
States throughout the region boast a wide disparity of economic recovery in the aftermath of the pandemic.
We urge the Department of Labor (DOL) to require transparency and disclosure to employers with respect to so-called “shared savings fees” under employer-sponsored health plans to better ascertain their propriety and impact upon millions of Americans.
The Southwest Public Policy Institute is pleased to announce today that Dowd Muska has joined as a senior fellow.
The Southwest Public Policy Institute is pleased to announce today that Joshua Young has joined the organization’s board of directors.