Recent Publications

Supreme Court Says: Starting a Business Doesn’t Make You Lose Your Religious Freedom

Kathryn Hickok | July 3, 2014
Do you lose your religious freedom because you’re running a family business? On June 30, the U.S. Supreme Court said no. In a 5-4 decision, ...  read more

Small Business Owners Say: $15 Minimum Wage Is a “Mortal Threat”

Kathryn Hickok | June 4, 2014
This week Seattle became the first city in the nation to mandate a $15 minimum wage. But far from being a victory for workers, a ...  read more

How Jefferson Explained the Constitution to Louisiana Nuns

Kathryn Hickok | May 14, 2014
This week in 1804, Thomas Jefferson wrote to an Ursuline nun in New Orleans, who had asked him to clarify her religious community’s rights under ...  read more
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Video

Kathryn Hickok Discusses School Choice Week and Children’s Scholarship Fund

Kathryn Hickok | February 1, 2013
We sat down with Kathryn Hickok to talk about National School Choice Week and how the Portland-based branch of Children’s Scholarship Fund is helping local ... read more

Kathryn Hickok discusses the merits of the proposed Multnomah County Library taxing district measure

Kathryn Hickok | October 11, 2012
The League of Women Voters of Portland hosted a debate on local ballot measures, where Cascade Policy Institute Publications Director Kathryn Hickok debated the merits ... read more

Kathryn Hickok discusses Americans’ “Best Earthly Inheritance”

| July 11, 2012
In her latest interview with Cascade Policy Institute, Kathryn Hickok talks about her latest commentary on religious freedom and the principles left to Americans as ... read more

Kathryn Hickok talks about the first amendment fight to serve

| June 22, 2012
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 ... read more
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Audio

Small Business Owners Say: $15 Minimum Wage Is a “Mortal Threat”

This week Seattle became the first city in the nation to mandate a $15 minimum wage. But far from being a victory for workers, a ... read more

How Jefferson Explained the Constitution to Louisiana Nuns

This week in 1804, Thomas Jefferson wrote to an Ursuline nun in New Orleans, who had asked him to clarify her religious community’s rights under ... read more
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