Author: sarah ross

Lisa Graham Keegan discusses the importance of school choice

Cascade Policy Institute sat down with former Arizona school chief and national school choice advocate Lisa Graham Keegan to talk about how she became a supporter of educational freedom and why it’s important for our children.

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Kathryn Hickok talks about the first amendment fight to serve

We sat down with our Publications Director Kathryn Hickok to discuss her latest commentary, This First Amendment Fight Is for Freedom to Serve, where she discusses the threat to religious freedom from a recent U.S. Department of Health and Human Services mandate.

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Bill Post interviews Sarah Ross on the role of government

Cascade Communications Coordinator Sarah Ross speaks with KYKN talk show host Bill Post about the role of government and the latest commentary from Steve Buckstein, Oregon’s Budget Transformation.

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Bill Post interviews Sarah Ross on a need for competition in education

KYKN radio host, Bill Post spoke with Cascade Communications Coordinator Sarah Ross on Thursday to discuss the evolution of technology and a need for competition in education.

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Kathryn Hickok interviewed on the value of motherhood

We sat down with Cascade’s Publications Director, Kathryn Hickok, to discuss her latest commentary, “Knowing the Price of Everything and the Value of Nothing.”

Click here to read her commentary.

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Sarah Ross talks with Bill Post about Oregon's slipping economic outlook

In her first weekly interview on the Bill Post Show, Cascade’s communications coordinator Sarah Ross talked with Bill about Oregon’s slipping economic outlook and the benefits of a right-to-work system.

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Steve Buckstein explains Oregon’s slipping economic outlook

We sat down with Cascade’s senior policy analyst, Steve Buckstein, to talk about his latest commentary describing Oregon’s falling on the Rich States, Poor States rankings.

The ranking system looks at the economic outlook for each state based on policies controlled by state legislators, not the national or world economy.

Read his commentary here.

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Steve Buckstein is interviewed about his latest commentary "Do You Feel Exploited by Apple?"

In his latest commentary, Do You Feel Exploited by Apple?, Steve Buckstein asked a group of students if they felt exploited by Apple after buying Apple products. They didn’t because they chose to make those purchases.

See how Steve relates this choice to a need for competition in public education.

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Introducing the Rural Freedom Project

Check out this introduction to Cascade’s video series, the Rural Freedom Project, highlighting the search for freedom in rural Oregon.

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Eric Fruits discusses how a Right to Work law would benefit Oregon

Dr. Eric Fruits, Ph.D., sits down with the Cascade Policy Institute to discuss his latest study on how a Right to Work law would be advantageous for Oregonians.

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