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CAGW Reviews 50 States' BEAD Proposals

Most states propose to regulate broadband rates, discriminate against non-fiber technologies, and preference government networks.

April 24, 2024 — Alec Mena 1713975439

Fairfax County Supervisors Consider Raising Taxes on Food while Raising their own Salaries

Board Chairman Jeff McKay gave himself a 45 percent raise - now calls for a "meals tax" at the highest rate in Northern Virginia.

June 12, 2024 — Alec Mena 1718217202

CCAGW Urges St. Petersburg City Council to Reconsider Stadium Funding Proposal

St. Petersburg should reject the publicly-funded Rays stadium proposal and consider alternative development plans that don't burden taxpayers.

Colorado Stymies Consumers’ Access to Credit

New lending law will limit financial services Coloradans may purchase from out of state.

May 22, 2024 — Alec Mena 1716413055

CCAGW Urges Ohio Representatives to Oppose House Bill 505

HB 505 would create unnecessary regulatory barriers that will undermine the effectiveness of pharmacy networks in Ohio.

CCAGW Urges Minnesota Legislators to Remove 340B Mandate from S.F. 4942

SF 4942's manufacturer mandate would change how the federal 340B drug pricing program operates in Minnesota.

CCAGW Urges Vermont Senators to Oppose H. 121

H. 121 will fail to achieve its objective of protecting consumer privacy

Southern States Advance Harmful Tobacco Legislation

Pre-market application requirements for THR products injure public health and finances.

May 2, 2024 — Alec Mena 1714669957

CCAGW Urges Kansas Senate Ways and Means Committee to Accept the 340B Amendment

The Kansas House Appropriations Committee’s amendment to Substitute for SB514 eliminates proposed changes to the federal 340B drug pricing program. 

CCAGW Urges Missouri Senators to Oppose Senate Bills 751, 843, 844, and 1105

S.B. 751, S.B. 843, S.B. 844, and S.B. 1105 which would each create unnecessary regulatory barriers that will undermine the effectiveness of pharmaceutical benefit managers (PBMs) in Missouri.