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This Debt Ceiling Fight is Different

Year after year, Congress votes to raise the debt ceiling to keep America from defaulting on its borrowing. And year after year, the country groans about kicking the proverbial can down the road before the debt ceiling is ultimately lifted, the box checked, and we all move on until the next debt ceiling looms. Read more...

  • Reins Act

Another Reason Voters Should Be Worried About Crime

For communities across the country, crime is a problem that doesn’t seem to be going away. It dominates headlines, and it’s understandably top of mind for voters. Read more...

FGA Video Series: State Leaders and Real America

FGA’s video archive features interviews with leaders like Governor Ron DeSantis, legislative frontrunners, and local reformers, and is searchable by topic—ranging from affordable and accessible childcare to workforce and entrepreneurship. Read more...

These States Are Banning Ranked-Choice Voting. Yours Should, Too.

If you live in Florida, Tennessee, Idaho, Montana, or South Dakota, your elected officials did something important for the integrity and simplicity of your future elections: They banned a controversial new idea called ranked-choice voting. Read more...

  • Election Integrity
  • Ranked Choice Voting
election reform

How Does Ranked-Choice Voting Work?

It’s complicated. No, really—it’s complicated. In a traditional election, every voter gets one vote and the candidate with the most votes wins the election. Read more...

  • Election Integrity
  • Ranked Choice Voting

Why America Needs Work Requirements

Work requirements for major welfare programs are in the news again. The debt ceiling bill that just passed out of the House includes strengthening work requirements for childless, able-bodied adults on food stamps. Read more...

  • Welfare Reform
  • Work Requirements
Miami, Florida

Here’s Why Everyone Is Moving to Florida

There’s never been a better time to move to Florida. The state’s freedom-loving regulatory atmosphere is one main reason. In a new paper for FGA, Senior Fellow Haley Holik highlights Florida’s success and how the state has crafted a regulatory environment that promotes business and job creation by exercising legislative and executive oversight on bureaucrats. Read more...

Election integrity

Georgia Elections Have New Protections Against Out-of-State Billionaires’ Interference

Remember how Mark Zuckerberg and the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) funneled hundreds of millions of dollars into local election offices and may have changed the outcome? Well, CTCL is at it again. Read more...

  • Stop Outside Influence in Elections
election reform

Moving School Board Elections Away From Major Election Cycles Isn’t Reform—It’s Manipulation

In Northern Virginia, the Alexandria City School Board is considering some major changes to the way it holds its elections. One of the most striking proposed reforms is shifting school board elections away from federal and state-level election cycles. Read more...

  • Education
  • Election Integrity
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