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The Pentagon Must Be Held Accountable for its Budget Increase

Members of Congress again fail to hold the Pentagon accountable for shoddy financial management and wasteful spending.

Sean Kennedy October 26, 2021
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Council for Citizens Against Government Waste State Ballot Measure Guide

CCAGW has taken a position in favor of three measures on state ballots this November. 

Ryan Lanier October 26, 2021
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North Carolina’s “Regulatory Sandbox Act” Is a Win for Innovation

HB 624 reduces red tape and opens the door to increased innovation.

Ryan Lanier October 25, 2021
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Sen. Warren Continues to Display Disdain and Ignorance of Capital Markets

Sen.Warren is leading the effort to undermine a successful and vital industry.

Thomas Schatz October 21, 2021
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California Moves to Ban Lawnmowers

Gas-powered lawn equipment is the latest target in California's climate crusade.

Ryan Lanier October 18, 2021
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Tobacco Harm Reduction Products Help Smokers Quit

It is discouraging to see governments around the world restrict access to THR products.

Elizabeth Wright October 15, 2021
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States Must Use Caution When Spending ARPA Funds to Avoid Waste

State leaders will have to allocate ARPA funds with caution to avoid supporting wasteful and unsustainable projects.

Ryan Lanier October 14, 2021
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Keeping Local Governments' Hands out of the Broadband Cookie Jar

States should look to reducing regulatory burdens on deployment before allowing local governments overbuild broadband.

Deborah Collier October 13, 2021
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Gallatin County, Montana, Recklessly Invests in Broadband Boondoggle

The Gallatin County Commission voted to support a $65 million bond for Bozeman Fiber, Inc.

Ryan Lanier October 6, 2021
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GAO Delivers Late on USPS Reforms

GAO delivers outdated recommendations as Congress moves ahead with reforms.

Thomas Schatz October 4, 2021
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WHO Reopens Investigation into Origins of COVID-19 Virus

The World Health Organization reopens an investigation on origin of the corona virus; will China cooperate? What can Congress do?

Elizabeth Wright October 1, 2021
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President Biden is Raising Taxes for Those Earning Less Than 400K

Excise taxes on tobacco harm reduction products are irrational; it hurts both financially and those trying to quit smoking.

Elizabeth Wright September 24, 2021

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