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The WasteWatcher

A Coronavirus Cure Must Not Be Undercut

More than 300 clinical trials are underway for COVID-19 treatments and vaccines.

Elizabeth Wright May 7, 2020
The WasteWatcher

Best Principles for Infrastructure Investment

Any infrastructure stimulus bill considered in the future must implement a handful of core principles in order to ensure the best return on the taxpayers’ investment.

Sean Kennedy May 7, 2020
Letters to Officials

Coalition Urges the Protection of Biomedical Intellectual Property Rights

CCAGW joins coalition in opposition to proposals that would stifle biomedical property rights and innovation.

Peter Klensch May 7, 2020
Op-Eds

We Need More COVID-19 Therapies, Not Price Controls

Inside Sources: Price controls have no place in any future COVID-19 funding bill.

Elizabeth Wright May 7, 2020
The WasteWatcher

Private Capital Cannot Be Shut Off for Coronavirus Recovery

AOC and Warren are trying to take advantage of the coronavirus crisis to change America to fit their vision.

Thomas Schatz May 5, 2020
The WasteWatcher

Healthcare Ready – What it Is and What it Does

Healthcare Ready, a non-governmental organization, is helping to coordinate collaboration to fight the coronavirus.

Elizabeth Wright May 4, 2020
The WasteWatcher

CARES Act Allocates $1.5 Billion to Bureaucratic Dinosaur

One of the most egregious examples of wasteful spending in the CARES Act is $1.5 billion allocated to the Economic Development Administration.

CAGW Staff May 1, 2020
The WasteWatcher

Telehealth is Here to Stay

Continued use of telehealth is a likely result of COVID-19. 

Elizabeth Wright April 30, 2020
The WasteWatcher

Everyone's Hand Is Out When Money Is Handed Out

Loans generated from the coronavirus spending packages for small businesses loan and grant program have not gone as intended.

Deborah Collier April 30, 2020
Op-Eds

Community Development Block Grants have no role in fighting coronavirus

The Hill: One clear example of unnecessary spending is the $5 billion appropriated for the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG).

Thomas Schatz April 30, 2020
The WasteWatcher

A Closed Economy is a Health Issue Too

A closed economy causes many healthcare problems and points to the need to reopening our country's businesses as soon as possible.

Elizabeth Wright April 28, 2020
Letters to Officials

CCAGW Joins Coalition Opposing Effort to Expand Durbin Amendment to Credit Cards

The White House and Congress should support true tax and regulatory relief to Americans in future stimulus bills and not afflict Americans with more destructive red tape in these perilous times.

Peter Klensch April 28, 2020

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