We found 4 episodes of Across the States with the tag “alec”.
How States are Creating Universal Education Freedom
March 13th, 2023 | 43 mins 33 secs
across the states, alec, american legislative exchange council, education freedom, education freedom moment, school choice, universal savings accounts
ALEC Education and Workforce Task Force Director Andrew Handel and ALEC Executive VP of Policy Jonathan Williams host a policy hour on the Education Freedom Moment in the United States.
80: Regulatory Sandbox w/ James Czerniawksi of Libertas and Jonathon Hauenschild
April 9th, 2021 | 20 mins 21 secs
alec, economy, libertas, politics, regulation, sandbox
The COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns have severely impacted business across America. But the state of Utah recently passed legislation to give businesses a major break from coronavirus regulations. Join James Czerniawksi, Policy Analyst for Tech & Innovation at Libertas, and Jonathon Hauenschild, Director of the ALEC Communications and Technology Task Force, as they discuss how state lawmakers can use regulatory sandboxes to spur innovation and growth.
76: Executive Overreach w/ Jonathon Hauenschild
March 26th, 2021 | 15 mins 28 secs
alec, covid, cuomo, new york, overreach, politics, power
The coronavirus pandemic has opened Pandora's box of questions and concerns regarding emergency powers and executive overreach on the state level. What is the role of the legislature during a crisis? How much power is too much power for a chief executive to boast? Matt Fisher sits down with Jonathon Hauenschild to discuss the dangers and inadequacies of unilateral executive authority during crises and how state legislatures can get more involved in overcoming emergencies.
75: EdChoice and the Future of Education w/ Jason Bedrick
March 24th, 2021 | 13 mins 7 secs
alec, covid, education, politics
From lockdowns and union disputes to remote learning, the past year has tested America’s education system in unprecedented ways. This week on Across the States, Matthew Fisher sits down with Jason Bedrick of EdChoice and Andrew Handel of ALEC to discuss how lawmakers are taking the initiative to give parents and students more freedom in the classroom. Find out how EdChoice is working with statehouses to rebuild K-12 education in the United States.