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FGA Praises the Georgia State Senate for Passing Bill to Ban Ranked-choice Voting

Today, the Georgia State Senate passed Senate Bill 355, legislation to ban ranked-choice voting from being used in Georgia elections. Read more...

  • Ranked Choice Voting
price transparency

FGA Applauds House Passage of the Lower Costs, More Transparency Act

Today, the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) praised the House passage of the bipartisan Lower Costs, More Transparency Act led by House Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), House Committee on Ways and Means Chair Jason Smith (R-MO), and House Committee on Education and the Workforce Chair Virginia Foxx (R-NC).  Read more...

  • Protecting Patients and Expanding Health Care Options
Lousiana voters approve Amendment 1

Louisiana Overwhelmingly Votes to Prevent Outside Interference in Local Elections, Makes Clear Their Elections Aren’t for Sale

During Saturday’s primary election, Louisiana voters passed Amendment No. 1, which prohibits private and foreign donations to conduct elections, with a more than 70-percent majority. Read more...

NC legislation

North Carolina General Assembly Overrides Governor’s Veto, Enshrining Election Integrity Reforms in Law

State Senate and House members render governor’s veto pen powerless as they secure the free, fair, and honest elections North Carolinians deserve. Read more...

Drug transparency lawsuit

LEGAL VICTORY: The Biden Administration Waves White Flag in FGA v. HHS Lawsuit on Drug Price Transparency

The Foundation for Government Accountability’s successful federal lawsuit holds the Biden administration accountable and protects patients’ right to health care transparency. Read more...

  • Increasing Transparency
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FGA Praises State Attorneys General for Standing Up to Discrimination in DEI Policies

5 State Attorney Generals led by Austin Knudsen from Montana have sent a letter warning 100 top law firms against pursuing DEI initiatives. Read more...

  • ESG
Arkansas medicaid

The “Welfare Cliff” Isn’t Real—But the Pit of Dependency Is

Today, the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) released a new research paper detailing the real impact of welfare expansion on its recipients, budgets, and America’s labor market. Read more...

  • Promoting Work over Welfare
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Kansas Reaps What It Sows With Smart Reform Growing Into Abundant Unemployment Trust Fund and Stronger Workforce

Today, the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) released a new research paper tracking the results of six years’ worth of data after the Kansas Legislature enacted unemployment indexing in response to high state unemployment rate. Read more...

  • Promoting Reemployment and Safeguarding Benefits
marriage penalty

Married to a Myth: FGA Debunks the ‘Marriage Penalty’ in Food Stamps

The Foundation for Government Accountability’s new paper debunks the myth of the “marriage penalty” in food stamps and details how Congress can strengthen work requirements to reduce fraud. Read more...

  • Promoting Work over Welfare
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