Glans earned a Master’s degree in political studies from the University of Illinois at Springfield. He also graduated from Bradley University with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in political science. Before coming to Heartland, Glans worked for the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services in its legislative affairs office in Springfield. Glans also worked as a Congressional Intern in U.S. Representative Henry Hyde’s Washington D.C. office in 2004.
Latest posts by Matthew Glans (see all)
- Why Alabama Should Reform Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws - February 22, 2018
- Kentucky Needs Pension Reform - November 16, 2017
- States Should Not Wait for Congress to Fix Health Care - November 15, 2017
Out of the Storm News is the Heartland Institute’s site from the Center on Finance, Insurance and Real Estate. Here is a weekly round-up of some of the week’s best pieces from what we affectionately call OOTS News.
Problems with foreclosure documentation and home titles are leading to hundreds of homeowners being forced to restart the foreclosure process.
What business cliches and buzzwords drive you crazy? AOL Jobs created a list of “Most Hated Business Terms, which ones have you heard?
The government is being to move towards greater control of executive pay in the private sector; should they be allowed control what businesses pay their employees?
Eli Lehrer has an interesting new piece on economic and trade issues on the Frum Forum. In the article, Lehrer discusses the Obama Administration’s recent failure to reach a trade agreement with South Korea and the growing trend of trade protectionism in U.S. trade policy.
Arin Greenwood comments on a Insurance Journal story about Nashville’s music scene coming back after last spring’s flooding.