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Stephen Moore

Stephen Moore

Distinguished Visiting Fellow, The Heritage Foundation

Stephen Moore, who formerly wrote on the economy and public policy for The Wall Street Journal, is a Fox News contributor and the distinguished visiting fellow for the Project for Economic Growth at the Heritage Foundation. Moore, who also was a member of the Journal’s editorial board, returned to Heritage in January 2014, about 25 years after his tenure as the Grover M. Hermann Fellow in Budgetary Affairs. His current work focuses on advancing public policies that increase the rate of economic growth to help the U.S. retain its position as the global economic superpower. He also works on budget, fiscal, and monetary policy and showcases states that get fiscal houses in order. Moore calls his creation of the Club for Growth, which helps elect conservative members of Congress, the defining moment of his career. He next founded the Free Enterprise Fund, before joining The Wall Street Journal.

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Blue states with high taxes are struggling to compete for businesses and workers.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Rich States, Poor States is an annual economic competitiveness study that seeks to identify policies that can lead states to economic prosperity.

Wednesday, December 31, 1969

The Northeast is actually losing a lot of jobs, factories and businesses to the Southern states and the Sunbelt states. It’s not because the weather’s better in those states—they have better economic climates that are more conducive to business.

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Based on bond ratings and other data, a list of 20 cities to watch for financial troubles in the wake of the Detroit story. Common traits among the vast majority: forced unions, non-right-to-work states, and years of liberal governance.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

If we want millionaires to pay more taxes, then we need an economy where there are more millionaires.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Rather than raise the federal gas tax, a better policy would be to phase down the federal tax and let states pay for their own road projects.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

For a gasoline tax hike, every penny increase pulls $1.5 billion from American families. A 15 cents a gallon increase would cost consumers and businesses close to $25 billion.

Sunday, July 26, 2015
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