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The WasteWatcher

Alaskans are Getting Conned by Current Certificate of Need Laws

Alaska's outdated CON laws create barriers to affordable and accessible healthcare. 

Christina Herrin February 18, 2022
The WasteWatcher

The Time has Come for Increased Spectrum Coordination

Federally spectrum coordination needs improvement. NTIA and FCC have taken a first step with the Spectrum Coordination Initiative.

Deborah Collier February 18, 2022
The WasteWatcher

IRS Backlog Already Threatening 2022 Tax Season

Taxpayers should expect long wait times to receive a refund or an answer to their questions. 

Eric Maus February 17, 2022
State Action

CCAGW Urges Washington Health Care and Wellness Committee to Oppose SB 5532

SB 5532 would institute harmful price controls that would cause the loss of jobs and damage to Washington's economy.

Ryan Lanier February 17, 2022
The WasteWatcher

States Should Push for a National Privacy Framework

Instead of adopting costly and harmful data privacy bills, states should put pressure on Congress to adopt a national framework.

Ryan Lanier February 16, 2022
Agency Comments

The FCC's Future of the Universal Service Fund Report

Citizens Against Government Waste Comments to the Federal Communications Commission on the Report on the Future of the USF.

Deborah Collier February 16, 2022
State Action

CCAGW Urges Indiana House Commerce, Small Business, and Economic Development Committee to Oppose SB 358

SB 358 will fail to achieve its objective to protect consumer privacy.

Ryan Lanier February 15, 2022
State Action

CCAGW Urges Wisconsin House Consumer Protection Committee to Oppose AB 957

AB 957 will fail to achieve its objective to protect consumer privacy.

Ryan Lanier February 15, 2022
State Action

CCAGW Urges Oklahoma House Technology Committee to Oppose HB 2969

HB 2969 will fail to achieve its objective to protect consumer privacy.

Ryan Lanier February 15, 2022
State Action

CCAGW Urges New Mexico Senate Judiciary Committee to Oppose HB 132

HB 132 would impose additional burdens and price controls on small loan lenders, as well as force borrowers to become increasingly dependent on government subsidies. 

Ryan Lanier February 14, 2022
State Action

CCAGW Urges Maine Joint Committee on Health Coverage, Insurance, and Financial Services to Oppose LD 1938

LD 1939 would fail to solve any of the problems in the federal 340B drug discount program and would further distort the medical marketplace by instituting more government mandates.

Ryan Lanier February 14, 2022
The WasteWatcher

IRS Reverses Facial Recognition Requirements in Win for Taxpayer Privacy

The IRS' reversal on facial recognition technology is a win for taxpayers, but the IRS will always be looking for new powers.

Eric Maus February 11, 2022

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