A region without immigrants

Joe Nathan Big

In the summer of 2010 I was part of a team of economic development professionals that headed down to the Gulf Coast to meet with state and local officials and business leaders in the Destin-Fort Walton Beach area of the ...

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No harm, no foul

Barry Rosen

The United States Supreme Court barred federal courthouse doors to a wide swath of lawsuits complaining about intangible or ephemeral injuries in its May 2016 decision in Spokeo v. Robins. The ruling is already reverberating through health care litigation, as ...

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A day without immigrants


Could we function as a country if immigrants decided to not show up to school or work? Well, it happened Feb. 16. That protest surfaced anonymously and gained momentum across the United States in light of the increasing crackdown on ...

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Md. drug-pricing measures misguided


  State legislation that is intended to impose onerous reporting requirements on drug and therapeutic manufacturers is misguided and potentially harmful to patient access and the biotechnology industry in the state. There are a handful of states, including Maryland, reviewing ...

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