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Californians Should Approve Proposition 22

California voters are set to vote on a bill that would allow app-based drivers to be classified as independent contractors. 

October 14, 2020 — Frances Floresca 1602707181

Net Neutrality Housekeeping at the FCC

The FCC is scheduled to finalize the Restoring Internet Freedom Order (RIFO) remand on October 27, 2020.  Details of the draft Remand Order demonstrate why the internet has maintained its resilience since implementation of RIFO.

October 7, 2020 — Deborah Collier 1602105071

House Judiciary Committee Antitrust Report Is Anti-Competitive

The House Judiciary Committee Majority Staff Report on Competition in Digital Markets is anti-competitive and a waste of the taxpayers' money.

October 7, 2020 — Thomas Schatz 1602104835

States Should Continue to Legalize Sports Betting

Voters in Maryland, Louisiana, and South Dakota states will decide whether or not to legalize sports betting in their states. 

October 6, 2020 — Frances Floresca 1602014968

CCAGW Joins Coalition Letter Urging a Full Debate on Gig Economy Bill

The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste joins a coalition letter in asking Senate Majority Leader McConnell to decline any requests to hotline H.R. 4686.  Our organizations oppose the bill in its current form and urge Senators to make changes either in Committee or on the floor. 

Now Is the Time for Occupational Licensing Reform

During the coronavirus pandemic, states have made changes in occupational licensing laws.  However, it is important to discuss reform outside of the pandemic. 

September 8, 2020 — Frances Floresca 1599595112

AB 5 is a Lose-Lose Situation for Gig Economy Workers and Independent Contractors

Lawmakers have attempted to repeal a bill that hurts gig economy workers and independent contractors.  California needs to continue supporting efforts to repeal the bill. 

August 26, 2020 — Frances Floresca 1598451989

Supreme Court to Hear Case to Overturn Obamacare in November

In March 2020, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) agreed it would take up the case Texas v United States and determine the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare.

August 21, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1598032260

CCAGW Urges the Utah Senate to Support HB 6006

CCAGW Urges the Utah Senate to Support HB 6006: Alcohol License and Permit Amendments

CCAGW Urges the Utah Senate to Support HB 6005

CCAGW Urges the Utah Senate to Support HB 6005: Cosmetology and Associated Professions Amendments

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