Josiah Neeley

R Street Institute

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Southwest Region Director for the R Street Institute, a conservative, nonprofit, market orientated research institute

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The promises of candidates during political campaigns are often made to be broken, but they do provide clues for voters who want to know what government might look like once the…

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