Monday, April 1, 2013

Daily Policy Digest for April 1, 2013

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April 1, 2013

Reform, Don't Eliminate, the Electoral College

The current Electoral College system disenfranchises some presidential voters in winner-take-all states and should thus be reformed...


The Myths and Realities of ObamaCare

Many people claimed ObamaCare would reduce cost, but the Congressional Budget Office estimates that costs will increase by $1.3 trillion to $2.6 trillion between 2013 and 2023...


Protecting Privacy in a Digital Age

The concept of what privacy entails on the Internet, and whether it includes consent and sensitive data, is important considering the staggering amount of information that is created every day...


New International Organization Seeks to Limit Ocean Development

Currently, less than 2 percent of the ocean's surface is protected, but the Global Partnership for Oceans has a stated goal of increasing that to 5 percent -- limiting U.S. offshore energy sources...


EPA Plans to Require Cleaner Gas

The American Petroleum Institute says new Environmental Protection Agency standards would ultimately raise the price of producing gasoline by up to nine cents a gallon -- a cost that would likely be passed on to consumers...


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Retirement and Taxes: Reforms that Make "Cents"
Retirement reforms based on common sense.

Energy and Environment: Clearing the Air
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