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Turning on 5G will have no Impact on Airlines

The FAA and Department of Transportation continue efforts to stop 5G deployment.  Here is the latest in the ongoing battle.

Deborah Collier January 4, 2022
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GAO Recommends Greater Transparency on Government Spending

The Treasury Department should follow GAO's recommendations and make spending websites more user-friendly and transparent

Eric Maus December 22, 2021
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The Pitfalls of the Reforming Disaster Recovery Act

The Reforming Disaster Recovery Act is a “well-intended” bill that threatens to supplant and undermine the states.

Ryan Lanier December 20, 2021
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Price Controls Will Create an Invisible Graveyard of Americans

The Build Back Better Act will cost lives by devastating the development of future cures.

Christina Herrin December 17, 2021
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Better IT Coordination May Lead to Improved Outcomes

GAO spotlights the need for greater coordination between 18F and USDS to reduce informatin technology duplication and waste.

Deborah Collier December 17, 2021
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Build Back Better Act: Not Dead Yet

The $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act has had a tough week and is on life support.

Elizabeth Wright December 17, 2021
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Ohio Senate Passes Permanent Telehealth Reform

Ohio champions telehealth reform and other states should follow their lead.

Christina Herrin December 16, 2021
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Arkansas Special Session Delivers Tax Win

SB 1 provides the largest tax cut in state history. 

Ryan Lanier December 15, 2021
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The PRO Act Gets New Life with Build Back Better Act

The PRO Act would radically change labor laws and deprive tens of thousands of workers of the ability to work independently.

Eric Maus December 14, 2021
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Washington D.C.’s Metro Management Is Off the Rails

WMATA’s horrid history of safety violations, cost overruns, and declining ridership demonstrates a need for significant reforms

Ryan Lanier December 10, 2021
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A National Plastic Tax Disproportionately Hurts the Poor

Regressive taxes, like those proposed on plastics, should not be passed by Congress through reconciliation or any other mechanism.

Christina Herrin December 10, 2021
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Broadband Infrastructure Dollars Must be Used Wisely

The $65 billion for broadband infrastructure in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act must be used wisely.

Deborah Collier December 9, 2021

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