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Daniel Sutter: Are we running out of resources?

Thanksgiving began as a celebration of Nature’s bounty.  Nature’s bounty includes natural resources.  Despite reports to the contrary, Cato Institute research demonstrates...

Daniel Sutter: The good and bad economics of plea bargains

Plea bargains let persons accused of crimes plead guilty and receive reduced charges or a reduced sentence. Although some people find the...

Daniel Sutter: The games donors and universities play

Controversies over gifts at two SEC schools, Alabama and Missouri, have recently attracted attention. The cases highlight the tension between donor goals...

Daniel Sutter: Is Alabama a poor state?

By most measures of income, yes, but income does not account for the cost of living. Does a low cost of living...

Daniel Sutter: How far should we take equal pay?

Whether the U.S. Women’s Soccer team should be paid the same as (or more than) the U.S. Men’s team is one part...

Dan Sutter: The great truck driver shortage

The Alabama legislature lowered the minimum age for a truck driver’s (CDL) license to 18 for within-state transport (the minimum age remains...

J. Pepper Bryars: Alabama should wait and watch before considering Medicaid

If only Alabama’s leaders had a magical Medicaid “Choose Your Own Adventure” book, so they could flip ahead and see the...
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