FIRST QUARTER REPORT 2021
During the first quarter, the Goodman Institute paid special attention to health policy, including identifying Trump administration reforms that need to be made permanent and proposing bipartisan solutions for Obamacare. A new book from the institute explores the need to reform our social insurance programs (including Social Security and Medicare) and a controversial essay asks whether conservatism needs resetting.
Apr 1, 2021
FOURTH QUARTER REPORT 2020
During the fourth quarter, the Goodman Institute succeeded in pulling politicians, think tanks and editorial writers together to endorse a health policy agenda, summarized in our Third Quarter Report. This agenda focuses on many Trump era reforms that were largely ignored in the mainstream media and all too often by the president himself. We also produced a cutting-edge analyses of the Biden/Harris economic plan and the effects of Republican tax reform on Georgia voters.
Dec 21, 2020
THIRD QUARTER IN REVIEW 2020
During the third quarter, we continued to partner with the Heritage Foundation in explaining the Trump administration’s health reforms and the need to make them permanent through congressional legislation. We continued our partnership with the Heartland Institute to publish Health Care News. And we initiated a major study of the Biden/Harris economic plan.
Oct 5, 2020
SECOND QUARTER IN REVIEW 2020
In this quarter we did some remarkable things. We partnered with the Heartland Institute to rescue Heath Care News, an invaluable communications tool in this election year. We completed the arduous task of bringing right-of-center organizations together to endorse health reforms the Trump administration has been implementing for some time. And Prof. Kotlikoff and his colleague have produced first-of-their kind estimates of lifetime marginal tax rates for people of all ages and income levels and the impact of carbon taxation for the current and future generations.
Jun 30, 2020
FIRST QUARTER IN REVIEW 2020
This quarter was dominated by health policy. Obamacare turned age ten. The coronavirus attacked. The goal of the Goodman Institute was to identify and promote core reforms backed by think tanks, advocacy groups, members of Congress and the Trump administration – to give those reforms clarity, voice, intellectual support and leadership.
Mar 27, 2020
FOURTH QUARTER REPORT 2019
Almost alone among U.S. think tanks, the Goodman Institute has long supported allowing employees to own their own health insurance and to be able to take it with them from job to job. Thanks to the Trump administration, millions of workers will have that opportunity beginning this January.
Jan 1, 2020