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 the impact of health...read more
HARTFORD –The Yankee Institute for Public Policy unveiled its TweetCT Project today, their latest effort to improve transparency and communication among Connecticut’s elected officials. The tool is available online at www.TweetCT.org. “Transparency opens government to...read more
Following up their 2009 piece “How to Reduce Property Taxes with a Citizens Audit Committee”, Dr. Lewis Andrews and Dr. Armand A. Fusco have published a compendium of model school board policies from across the nation that help save school districts money.read more
Yankee Institute’s program “The Care and Feeding of Connecticut’s Congressmen” has taxpayers grumbling all across Connecticut as they learn about how their Members of Congress spend their hard-earned tax dollars. The project posted every line item of spending in the...read more
HARTFORD – The Connecticut version of Obamacare called SustiNet could add more than $2 billion in new annual spending to the state budget with no means to pay for it, a new study by the Yankee Institute finds. “Dr. SustiNet’s Prescription for Big Government...read more
HARTFORD – More than a thousand state employees are paid more than Gov. M. Jodi Rell, according to data now available to the public at www.CTsunlight.org, and a dozen earn an annual salary of more than a half a million dollars. • In 2008, 1,137 state employees earned...read more
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The Yankee Institute for Public Policy Studies is a research and citizen education organization founded in 1984 under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service code. As one of America’s oldest state-based think tanks, Yankee develops and advocates for free market, limited government public policy solutions in Connecticut.