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The Auto Lemon Index

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The Auto Lemon Index

For 40 years, California’s landmark auto Lemon Law has offered protection and legal recourse to consumers who purchase seriously defective vehicles. While only a small share of defective vehicles ever end up in court, manufacturers vary widely in the frequency with which their vehicles are the subject of Lemon Law cases.

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The Bus Not Taken: How Easy Auto Loans Reinforced Car Dependence and Killed Transit Ridership

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The Bus Not Taken: How Easy Auto Loans Reinforced Car Dependence and Killed Transit Ridership

In the years since the Great Recession, a torrent of cheap and easy credit has washed over car showrooms and used car lots. Many have compared this recent free-for-all in the subprime auto market to the housing market right before the 2007 collapse of the housing bubble. But few have talked – until now – about the effect this influx of cheap money has had on Americans’ transportation choices.

Holding Subsidized Businesses Accountable

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Holding Subsidized Businesses Accountable

Kudos to the state of Iowa for using a “clawback” provision in its economic development subsidies. Iowa, like many states, gives subsidies to businesses to relocate or expand in the state. In exchange for such a subsidy, a business promises to create jobs or stimulate economic activity. However, the business typically doesn’t face any consequences if it fails to achieve what it promised. Not so in Iowa.

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