Daniel J. Mitchell

Cato Institute

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Senior fellow at the Cato Institute, a libertarian think-tank in Washington, DC

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Ohio will lose $25 million for primary and secondary education; Georgia may not get the money to vaccinate against childhood disease; Pennsylvania will loose help for victims of…

Friday's Sequester: Economic Disaster or Political Theater?

Ohio will lose $25 million for primary and secondary education; Georgia may not get the money to vaccinate against childhood disease; Pennsylvania will loose help for victims of…

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December is the most popular month to give to charity. According to one recent study, donations spike as the calendar moves closer to New Year's Eve.

How to Make Sure Your Charity Dollars Count

December is the most popular month to give to charity. According to one recent study, donations spike as the calendar moves closer to New Year's Eve.

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December is the most popular month to give to charity. According to one recent study, donations spike as the calendar moves closer to New Year's Eve.

How to Make Sure Your Charity Dollars Count

December is the most popular month to give to charity. According to one recent study, donations spike as the calendar moves closer to New Year's Eve.

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