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State Policy Network: Five State Policy Priorities for 2017

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State solutions are having national impact through reforms supporting freedom and economic opportunity for all. State policy priorities include:

1. Expanding Job Markets: Removing onerous occupational licensing regulations that restrict access to jobs

2. Government Union Reform: Expanding worker freedom and addressing budget-busting public sector pensions

3. Healthcare: Freeing up states to reduce costs while increasing quality of care

4. Education: Providing choice through Education Savings Accounts and charter schools so we are no longer locking children into failing school systems

5. Free Speech: Ensuring that charitable supporters of causes don’t end up with their names on government lists

Tracie Sharp, President and CEO, State Policy Network

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