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The WasteWatcher

Expanding Dodd-Frank is a Bad Deal for Consumers

The Credit Card Competition Act of 2023 would increase government interference and harm consumers.

Eric Maus September 27, 2023
The WasteWatcher

GAO Releases New Estimate of COVID Unemployment Insurance Fraud

Congress and executive branch agencies should continue to get as many answers and money as possible. 

Eric Maus September 27, 2023
The WasteWatcher

FCC Should Avoid Another Net Neutrality Debacle

Former Obama administration solicitors general agree net neutrality rules should not be restored.

Thomas Schatz September 22, 2023
The WasteWatcher

The War on Tobacco Harm Reduction Products Will Continue to Fail

Banning tobacco harm reduction products put consumers at risk with illicit products. 

Christina Smith September 21, 2023
Op-Eds

Negating net neutrality saved the internet

The focus for the FCC should not be on reconstituting failed heavy-handed regulations again on an industry that is constantly evolving.

Deborah Collier September 16, 2023
The WasteWatcher

BEAD Funding Requires Closer Scrutiny

A new report from Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) spotlights the potential for waste, fraud, and abuse in federal broadband funding.

Deborah Collier September 15, 2023
Letters to Officials

CCAGW Urges Michigan Senate to Oppose SB 483

Price controls would impede innovation and stifle competition in the pharmaceutical industry.

Alec Mena September 15, 2023
Agency Comments

CAGW Files Comments on Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice Draft Merger Guidance

The draft merger guidance will reduce competition and impose burdensome requirements on businesses across all industries. 

Eric Maus September 13, 2023
The WasteWatcher

CA Legislature and Gov. Newsom Should Reject Raising Taxes to Subsidize Strikers

SB 799 would extend unemployment benefits to workers on strike, delay the state's debt repayment, and raise payroll tax rates.

Alec Mena September 8, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Wealthy Counties Still Flush with COVID Cash

Local governments continue to spend left-over "fiscal recovery" funds on wish list projects with no accountability from Congress.

Alec Mena September 5, 2023
Reports

Tobacco Harm Reduction Products Should Be Promoted Not Prohibited

CAGW’s issue brief demonstrates that tobacco harm reduction products are less dangerous alternatives to traditional cigarettes.

CAGW Staff August 30, 2023
Letters to Officials

CCAGW Joins Coalition Supporting the Rural Internet Improvement Act of 2023

The USDA's ReConnect Program should be reformed to better deliver broadband dollars to rural areas that need support the most.

Eric Maus August 28, 2023

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