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State Action

CCAGW Urges Missouri House Economic Development Committee to Support HB 268

HB 268 will allow for greater innovation and competition in Missouri by establishing a regulatory sandbox.

Ryan Lanier January 23, 2023
State Action

CCAGW Urges Nebraska Health and Human Services Committee to Oppose LB 200

LB 200 is a dangerous piece of legislation that wastes time and taxpayers money. 

Ryan Lanier January 23, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Texas Lawmakers Must Exercise Caution with Spending Surplus

Texas lawmakers will decide how to spend a $32.7 billion budget surplus. 

Ryan Lanier January 23, 2023

Stringent Oversight of Broadband Funding Should Be a Priority

Strict oversight by the 118th Congress is essential to accomplishing the objective of widespread broadband deployment.

Deborah Collier January 23, 2023
State Action

CCAGW Urges Minnesota House Commerce, Finance, and Policy Committee to Oppose HF 17

HF 17 would impose price controls on prescription drugs through the establishment of the Prescription Drug Affordability Review Board.

Ryan Lanier January 20, 2023

House rules package is a first step to fiscal sanity

 Republicans have been in the House majority for less than two weeks and are already taking steps to bring fiscal sanity back to Washington. 

Eric Maus January 19, 2023
The WasteWatcher

CAGW Responds to Sen. Thune's Broadband Questions

Letter from Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) begins oversight process into broadband spending.  Here is CAGW's Response.

Deborah Collier January 13, 2023
Agency Comments

CAGW Response to Senator Thune on Broadband Funding

Broadband services should be properly implemented to prevent waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement. 

Eric Maus January 13, 2023
State Action

CCAGW Urges North Dakota Senate Human Services Committee to Oppose SB 2031

SB 2301 would impose harmful price controls that would exacerbate the problems they are meant to fix.

Ryan Lanier January 13, 2023
Letters to Officials

CCAGW Urges House of Representatives to Support H.R. 23

The IRS continues to face a backlog of tax returns and fails to answer all of the phone calls it receives. 

Eric Maus January 9, 2023

House Republicans embrace earmarks and fail to demonstrate fiscal responsibility

Earmarks are one of the most corrupt, costly, and inequitable practices in the history of Congress.

Sean Kennedy December 29, 2022

PBMs prevent health care cost increases

Free market competition, not government interference, is the best solution to drive down prices in health care and other industries.

Christina Smith December 27, 2022


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