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Unused Cellphones Cost Taxpayers Millions

Mismanagement and a lack of oversight led to the VA wasting taxpayer dollars. 

May 23, 2022 — Eric Maus 1653333543

CCAGW Urges Senate to Oppose S. 4008

S. 4008 would cause inflation to rise even higher and lead to more duplicative and wasteful spending

Intellectual Property Rights Must Be Protected So the Next Vaccines Can Be Developed

Intellectual property must be protected to encourage the development of future cures.

April 26, 2022 — Christina Herrin 1651000499

Virginia Passes Legislation to Extend Cocktails To-Go Until 2024

Cocktails to-go have helped many business stay afloat during the pandemic and Virginia has extended this policy. 

April 19, 2022 — Christina Herrin 1650386681

CCAGW Urges House of Representatives to Oppose H.R. 3807

H.R. 3807 provides $55 billion in additional pandemic relief that would cause inflation to rise and waste taxpayer money. 

Transparency is Needed Before More COVID-19 Aid is Approved

Congress and the rest of the federal government must increase transparency for taxpayers

March 23, 2022 — Eric Maus 1648047378

CCAGW Urges House of Representatives to Oppose H.R. 7007

March 16, 2022

U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Representative,

You will soon vote on H.R. 7007, the COVID Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2022.  On behalf of the more than one million members and supporters of the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW), I urge you to oppose this legislation. 

The New Year Is a New Chance to Restore Fiscal Sanity

Congress should resolve to pass policies that are fiscally responsible and alleviate the effects of inflation. 

January 25, 2022 — Eric Maus 1643144482

CCAGW Urges Maine Joint Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee to Support LD 1751

LD 1751 will make Maine's alcohol-to-go provisions permanent and aid in the recovery of businesses hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Three Reforms States Should Consider After the COVID-19 Pandemic

States should reform how they raise revenue, plan better for the future, and relax workforce regulations. 

November 18, 2021 — Ryan Lanier 1637269207

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