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The Ethan Allen Institute is Vermont’s free-market public policy research and education organization. Founded in 1993, we are one of fifty-plus similar but independent state-level, public policy organizations around the country which exchange ideas and information through the State Policy Network.
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8-20-14 – Energy efficiency upgrade

posted by John McClaughry You may have noticed that the state’s general fund came up $31 million short on July 1, and the Shumlin administration is trying to...

8-20-14 – Russian Navy Making Waves in France 

By John J. Metzler ST. NAZAIRE, France—Far from the sputtering conflict, the war of words,  and the diplomatic jousting between Russia and the West over the future  sovereignty...

8-19-14 – The Volatility of Death

posted by Chris Campion The Shumlin administration, months after touting what a great place Vermont is for jobs, has announced that due to declining tax revenues the state is...

8-6-14 – Into the Frying Pan

By Randy Brock It’s far too early to celebrate the Shumlin Administration’s belated firing of CGI, the contractor responsible for flubbing Vermont’s dysfunctional healthcare exchange. That’s because CGI’s...

8-5-14 – Spending On Pre-K Over College Is An Uneducated Decision

posted by Rob Roper Now more than ever, a college education has been shown to determine an individual’s long-term prosperity. For example, a person who graduates with a four-year...

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