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    In the Green Room: Rep. Tom Price

    Rep. Tom Price thinks we can do a better job of stimulating the economy without increasing the debt burden of future generations.

    In the Green Room: Rep. Steve King

    Earlier today, Representative Steve King was here at the Heritage Foundation. He took a few minutes to articulate to Foundry readers why cap and trade is a bad idea and cannot be improved to the point where it would help the economy or the environment.

    In the Green Room: NRC Chairman Jaczko

    Yesterday, Dr. Gregory Jaczko, Chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), delivered at The Heritage Foundation his first major address since being appointed six weeks ago. Read more on his visit and what needs to be done about clean, renewable energy here.

    In the Green Room: Texas Senator John Cornyn

    After speaking at Heritage’s weekly Blogger Briefing, Senator Cornyn articulated why a public option does not lower health care costs, no matter what.

    In the Green Room: Neb. State Treasurer Shane Osborn

    In three short years as “Nebraska’s CFO,” Shane Osborn has revolutionized the way Nebraskans interact and keep tabs on their government. It’s called nebraskaspending.com and it cost only $38,000 to make: I believe elected officials have a duty to show the public how their tax dollars are being spent right down to … More

    In the Green Room: Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels

    In the Green Room: Rep. Marsha Blackburn

    Today, the Foundry presents our first installment of In the Green Room. This new feature offers Foundry readers behind-the-scenes access to distinguished guests of the Heritage Foundation. Every day, Heritage plays host to some of the most powerful leaders and thinkers of our time. Now you can join them, here … More