Quick Hits: Wednesday, August 31st

The LA Times describes how public-private partnerships have helped keep California state parks operating in a time of tight budgets.

Richard Epstein of the Hoover Institution argues that price controls have led to shortages of cancer drugs.

Brad Plumer at the Washington Post discusses how a pre-paid, “rainy-day” government fund for disaster relief could benefit us as natural disasters become increasingly expensive.

The Heritage Foundation’s Hans Von Spakovsky examines the controversy over new voter-identification laws in several states.

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