Eviction cases in Hartford and Bridgeport have remained far below historical averages since the Supreme Court overturned the federal eviction moratorium, according to an analysis by Eviction Lab at Princeton University. Researchers found that in
Connecticut needs to go in a new direction to reverse these trends and prosper again. Connecticut’s 2012 Policy Road Map proposes 26 action items aimed at improving lives through freedom and opportunity.
WEST HARTFORD – At a breakfast organized by the Yankee Institute, author Jeff Benedict predicted the eventual collapse of Foxwoods as one of Connecticut’s most lucrative enterprises.
Rocky Hill, CT – Yankee Institute Executive Director Fergus Cullen appeared on the Connecticut Business and Industry Association’s “State Fiscal Issues” panel on Friday, September 10, 2010 at the Rocky Hill Marriott. With the State
The Overton Window – the title of Glenn Beck’s new political thriller novel – is a concept of political theory developed by a scholar at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, Joseph Overton. From Mackinac:
Maine’s Experience Should Give Connecticut Pause in Pursuing Politicized Health Insurance Rate Approval Process SB 194 – An Act Concerning Rate Approvals For Individual Health Insurance Policies purports to be responding to real concerns about
By Fergus Cullen – This article originally appeared in the Connecticut Post on October 8, 2009 Download our report on Migration now! Over the last two decades, one in 10 Connecticut residents left the state.
The Yankee Institute’s new study on migration patterns in and out of Connecticut by J. Scott Moody, M.A. and Wendy P. Warcholik, Ph.D Download the full report now! (PDF) When Americans think they can find a
by Fergus Cullen This article originally ran in the Waterbury Republican-American on Sunday, July 5, 2009. Will Rogers might have said, “Half of all money spent by government is wasted. The government just needs to
This report is a non-partisan effort to increase the public’s and policymaker’s understanding of the recently enacted American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), the so called “stimulus bill,” as well as some of