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Sports Stadiums Are Bad Public Investments. So Why Are Cities Still Paying for Them?

Despite the promise that public investment in stadium projects will reap economic benefits and bring jobs to neighborhoods, the reality is different.Most studies show that they lose money and bring few jobs and revenue to cities. A Reason TV production.
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2016; 2015
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The California Air Resources Board: Dan Rather Reports

A state agency in California, and the woman who runs it, have enormous influence over everything from the air we breathe to the cars we drive. When it comes to the environment, Mary Nichols, the director of the California Air Resources Board, is the most important person you've probably never heard of. Also, the IRS and non-profits on this episode of Dan Rather Reports.
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2016; 2012
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The Revolution in School Choice and Student-Based Funding: A Panel Discussion

In this presentation from National School Choice Week 2014, Reason Magazine Managing Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward hosts a discussion on the state of school choice in America with Reason Foundation's Director of Education Lisa Snell and Education Policy Analyst Katie Furtick, co-authors of The Weighted Student Formula Yearbook, which examines outcomes in school districts across the country that use portable student funding. During the presentation the three discuss their optimism about the growth in school choice, what specific actions school districts are taking to expand options for parents and students, and how technology is reshaping the traditional classroom. A Reason TV production.
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2015; 2014
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We the People 2.0

This is a documentary which highlights the struggle between communities and corporations in a battle for local rights. The story unfolds through the eyes of rural people, who have faced decades of toxic dumps, drilling, and mines in their communities. We learn with these citizens how powerless they feel, even in "the best democracy in the world".
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2019; 2016