Steven Miller

Vice President, Policy

Steven Miller is vice president for policy at NPRI and has been full-time with the Institute since 1997. Steven oversees public policy research, including the Institute's studies, conferences, commentaries and in-depth research projects.


Recent Work

Al Shanker identifies why margin tax wouldn’t improve Nevada education

Former union president’s honest assessment of US education hinges on lack of accountability

April 14, 2014

Albert Shanker, the late president of the American Federation of Teachers union, explained the fundamental problem with public schools: Without competition, there’s no incentive for schools to improve. 

The ribbon-cutting you’ll never see

When government picks economic winners and losers, it’s a loss for the rule of law

March 20, 2014

For every ribbon-cutting held to announce a government-chosen “winner,” there are numerous government-created losers in the shadows. 

Summer of 2009: How Reid misled America from the Senate floor

Excerpts from Congressional Record, C-SPAN video archives tell the tale

January 9, 2014

During the Summer of 2009, Senator Reid pledged, “If you like the health care you have, you can keep it” eight times while speaking on the Senate floor.