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Boston Globe
Budget gap has no easy fixesin closing the circle on the state budget is health care costs,” said Jim Sterg
Budget gap has no easy fixes
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
in closing the circle on the state budget is health care costs,” said Jim Stergios, who directs the conservative-leaning Pioneer Institute. Stergios points to the climb in the number of people enrolled in Medicaid as part of the reason for... Read more
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Boston Globe
Budget squeeze rooted in health care costs for poor, pols’ gimmicksin closing the circle on the state budget is health care costs,” said Jim Sterg
Budget squeeze rooted in health care costs for poor, pols’ gimmicks
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
in closing the circle on the state budget is health care costs,” said Jim Stergios, who directs the conservative-leaning Pioneer Institute. Stergios points to the climb in the number of people enrolled in Medicaid as part of the reason for... Read more
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Boston Herald
councilor to oversee board that recommends city raisespeople with personnel and human resources experience would help complement the
councilor to oversee board that recommends city raises
Boston Herald / Posted 4 days ago
people with personnel and human resources experience would help complement the backgrounds of the other five” members. Pioneer Institute Research Director Gregory Sullivan said in a statement: “Public employee compensation advisory compensation... Read more
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Boston Herald
Some tolls go up as booths come downemissions. But some are leery of promised benefits. Mary Connaughton, a former
Some tolls go up as booths come down
Boston Herald / Posted 7 days ago
emissions. But some are leery of promised benefits. Mary Connaughton, a former Turnpike Authority board member now at the Pioneer Institute, said that many drivers hitting the roads during the morning and afternoon rush hour are likely those who... Read more
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Boston Globe
Cambridge says the new Mass. Uber law should end cabbies’ complaintsrules, cities and towns could also consider lightening some of their taxicab re
Cambridge says the new Mass. Uber law should end cabbies’ complaints
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
rules, cities and towns could also consider lightening some of their taxicab regulations, some experts have suggested. The Pioneer Institute, a free market-focused think tank, said in a report last month that taxi companies may have a better chance... Read more
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Boston Globe
Uber fee poses conundrum for governor allergic to fees, taxesimpose such a fee, they say. And it raises concerns for free-market advocates.
Uber fee poses conundrum for governor allergic to fees, taxes
Boston Globe / Posted 26 days ago
impose such a fee, they say. And it raises concerns for free-market advocates. Jim Stergios, executive director of the Pioneer Institute, said the proposed fee is unusual. “This is the kind of problem you get when the government artificially... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Groups seek removal of historic portrait outside House chambermoved away from that area to some other less prominent area,” said Jamie Gass,
Groups seek removal of historic portrait outside House chamber
WWLP Springfield / Posted 28 days ago
moved away from that area to some other less prominent area,” said Jamie Gass, director of the Center for School Reform at Pioneer Institute. Gass described Gardner as the “driver” of the “anti-aide amendments,” which he said discriminated against... Read more
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Boston Globe
School-choice advocates target 19th-century governorGovernor Baker, take down that portrait. That’s the message from the right-lea
School-choice advocates target 19th-century governor
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
Governor Baker, take down that portrait. That’s the message from the right-leaning Pioneer Institute, which is on a quixotic quest to get the official portrait of 19th-century Massachusetts Know-Nothing Governor Henry Gardner removed from its... Read more

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