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  • The Research Papers You Relied on the Most in 2013

    The Heritage Foundation is dedicated to policy research of the utmost intellectual integrity. This year featured debates on a wide range of policy issues, and Heritage’s research played an important role on Capitol Hill and throughout America. Here are the five most popular research papers from 2013.

    healthcareexchanges240170How Will You Fare in the Obamacare Exchanges? 

    Enrollment in Obamacare’s health insurance exchanges has proven to be a somewhat difficult process amidst technical glitches and delays.
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    Married-Couple240170Marriage: What It Is, Why It Matters, and the Consequences of Redefining It

    Marriage exists to bring a man and a woman together as husband and wife to be father and mother to any children their union produces.
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    Money_sheet240170Federal Spending by the Numbers, 2013

    In 2013, federal spending approached $3.5 trillion and the deficit dropped to “only” $642 billion. Read more…

     

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    Amnesty240170The Fiscal Cost of Unlawful Immigrants and Amnesty to the U.S. Taxpayer

    Unlawful immigration and amnesty for current unlawful immigrants can pose large fiscal costs for U.S. taxpayers.  Read more…


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    doctor-confers-patients2401After Repeal of Obamacare: Moving to Patient-Centered, Market-Based Health Care

    For a better life, Americans need a health care system that they, not the government, control.  Read more…

     

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