North Carolina is pushing back on ESG investing
Would you be willing to risk your pension to further someone else’s political agenda? Probably…
Wisconsin is at a crossroads
There are more than 37,000 individuals applying for unemployment insurance (UI) benefits in the state.…
Voters Support Work Requirements, Measures to Curb Government Spending
Last week, the House passed its debt ceiling bill, the Limit, Save, Grow Act of…
SB 106 and SB 45 would grow dependency and harm Missouri’s truly needy
Senate Bill 106 and Senate Bill 45 seek to help move people in Missouri off…
New Georgia Bill Protects Elections from Out-of-State Billionaires
Tallahassee, FL — Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has the opportunity to sign powerful, important legislation into…
HB 719/SB 82 are radical and wrong for Missouri
Missouri is known for its hardworking communities. But if HB 719/SB 82 become law, Missouri…
SB 82 would make Missouri the most radical welfare state in the nation
A bill under consideration in the Missouri House Children and Families Committee would make Missouri…
Georgia General Assembly Takes Important Step in Protecting Retirees from ESG; Now House Must Act
On Monday, the Georgia State Senate unanimously passed legislation that protects state employee and teacher pensions from environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investment strategies that put political agendas ahead of returns on investment.
Georgia Must Ban ESG Investing to Protect State Employee and Teacher Pensions
Georgia lawmakers have an opportunity to protect state employee and teacher pensioners from radical political positions, and we urge them to act on it.
SB 197 is crucial for Arkansas’s tourism—and property rights
Short-term rentals—or home rentals in residential areas—are more popular than ever. They’re a key part of tourism, especially in Arkansas. They not only offer more lodging options for tourists, but they also allow property owners to make some extra cash by opening up their property for a short period of time to renters.
OSP Applauds Rep. Pratt’s “Regulatory Sandbox” Bill
Today, a bill authored by Rep. Phillip Pratt (HB 264) was unanimously approved by the Small Business and Information Technology Committee, building momentum toward quick action by the full Kentucky House of Representatives.
Education bill would prioritize learning and involve parents
Missouri’s school system is both the foundation and the hope of the future of the state. It will keep classrooms for learning—not political activism—and make sure kids go to school in an environment that is safe, transparent, and academically engaging.
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