Cost-savings with Medicaid would help alleviate General Fund strain. Our paper explores savings regarding prescription drug distribution.
API is pleased to release our latest study, Alabama Public Pensions: Building a Stable Financial Foundation for the Years Ahead. Authored by James Barth and John Jahera […]
“API has made a powerful statement in support of reform over the status quo. I wholeheartedly endorse it and believe it will affect the debate […]
In this paper, the Alabama Policy Institute examines the Personnel Boards of Jefferson and Mobile Counties and provides a solution for jurisdictions that do not […]
The Alabama Policy Institute (API) has collected data on Alabama’s 50 most populous cities and ranked them based on criteria that both ensure business success […]
Tax and expenditures limits (TELs) have been used since 1875 when Missouri enacted the first property tax limitation. Research shows TELs to be effective only if carefully […]
Since the beginning of the Great Recession, cities across the United States have struggled to keep their municipal budgets in the black, balancing rising costs […]
In this report, the Alabama Policy Institute examines the fiscal health of the state’s four largest cities—Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, and Huntsville—by comparing each of them to […]
Policy Priorities for Alabama is a handbook compiled specifically for each legislative session as a research and education guide on the issues facing our state.
Brief of Alabama Policy Institute as Amicus Curiae in Support of Defendants/Appellants Wyeth LLC, Pfizer, INC., and Schwarz Pharma, INC.