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An Unfathomable Budgetary Monster Is Rising from the Depths of Congress

The $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill will bankrupt the country and move the U.S. closer to becoming a socialist nation.

Thomas Schatz September 15, 2021
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PRO Act Should Not Be Included in Budget Reconciliation

Among the many provisions of the reconciliation bills that are intended to promote the agenda of the labor unions is changing the definition of employees and independent contractors.  H.R

Eric Maus September 15, 2021
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Acknowledging the Importance of Intellectual Property Rights on Constitution Day

Congress should remember to continue to protect Intellectual Property, just as it is currently protected by the Constitution.

Deborah Collier September 14, 2021
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Looking at All the Wrong Places for Pay-Fors

Democrats are busy looking for ways to pay for their $3.5 trillion spending bill and you will be part of the calculation.

Elizabeth Wright September 10, 2021
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Congress Should not Impose a Damaging Small Business Tax

CCAGW Is Launching a Digital Ad Campaign Opposing Taxes on Carried Interest

Thomas Schatz September 8, 2021
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Cotton is Rotten for the Environment

Plastic shopping bags have over the past several years have become an unnecessary pariah.

Elizabeth Wright September 2, 2021
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Will Michigan's State Legislators Micromanage PBMs?

Interfering in private contracts between pharmacy benefit managers and their customers will drive drug costs up, not down.

Elizabeth Wright August 30, 2021
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Good News Out of the Philippines on ENDS Products

How foreign grant money turned the tide of ENDS products in the Philippines.

Elizabeth Wright August 26, 2021
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The Pentagon Must Improve IT Procurement

The DOD has a poor procurement track record. Will it do better with the Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability?

Deborah Collier August 26, 2021
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Washington, D.C. Is Planning an Unnecessary and Harmful Wealth Tax

A wealth tax in D.C. is unnecessary and will be harmful to the economy.  

Frances Floresca August 25, 2021
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A Quarter Century of Failure

Legislators’ woeful track record of passing spending bills on time will soon stretch to 25 years.

Sean Kennedy August 19, 2021
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Climate Change is Not New or the End of the World

Steve Koonin's WSJ OpEd “Climate Change Brings a Flood of Hyperpole" sends a sober message about the Green New Deal

Elizabeth Wright August 19, 2021

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