Publications

May. 26, 2014
Research

In June 2014, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to propose a new regulation for existing power plants under Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act.

May. 7, 2014
Letters and Testimony

Increasingly, over the past 25 years, as a state and federal transportation official, a consultant, teacher, and policy contributor on transportation and infrastructure issues, I have come to appreciate the role that these investments play in building economic growth and prosperity.

May. 6, 2014
Report

The state of America’s entry-exit capability is a core issue in the ongoing immigration debate. This analysis shows that exit records, and particularly biometric exit records, offer mixed value for enforcement objectives.

Discussions about preventing unauthorized immigration often focus on the U.S. border with Mexico—and more specifically, securing the areas between legal ports of entry (POE). Equally relevant to border security are the POEs themselves, where legal entry of people and goods occurs under the direction of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)—the agency charged with securing America’s borders. Between the POEs, CBP’s Border Patrol officers mostly focus on preventing illegal entries and illicit trade. At the ports themselves, however, CBP must balance its prevention and security efforts with another imperative: to facilitate the efficient flow of commerce and travel.

Apr. 10, 2014
Report

The United States needs a financial regulatory system that is both effective and efficient, and one that will not be a significant contributor to the next crisis

Apr. 7, 2014
Report

The demand for long-term care will substantially outpace the rate of growth in the U.S. economy over the next decade

Apr. 3, 2014
Report

Turkey's government has undertaken a legislative campaign to vastly increase the state’s power and insulate it from accountability

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