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The WasteWatcher

Agencies Need to Stop Fighting for Unneeded Spectrum

For nearly four years, the FCC under Chairman Pai’s leadership has moved quickly to address the ever-changing telecommunications needs of the nation

Thomas Schatz July 3, 2020
The WasteWatcher

States Should Cut Spending, Not Raise Taxes

State governments should be focused on cutting spending to offset revenue losses, not raising taxes.  

CAGW Staff July 1, 2020
The WasteWatcher

California’s $100 Billion Nightmare High-Speed Rail Project

The California High-Speed Rail Authority has caused a fiscal nightmare for the state. 

CAGW Staff July 1, 2020
Press Release

CAGW Statement on Implementation of the USMCA

The USMCA is the start of a new era for improved trade among the North American trading partners.

Alexandra Abrams July 1, 2020
The WasteWatcher

"Fixing" Healthcare ... Again

This week, House Democrats brought to the floor H.R. 1425, with no bipartisan committee input and no amendments allowed.

Elizabeth Wright July 1, 2020
The WasteWatcher

Congressional Inaction on Internet Sales Tax Creates Adverse Reaction in the States

Congressional inaction and a Supreme Court case has caused problems for how states can impose sales taxes on online sales. 

Frances Floresca July 1, 2020
Op-Eds

The consequences of anti-free market regulations on the gig economy

OC Register: AB 5 has led to the loss of work for independent contractors in every imaginable industry.

Thomas Schatz June 30, 2020
The WasteWatcher

Wasteful Spending on 340B Keeps Growing and Growing

One of the many programs whose problems seem to have gotten lost during the response to the COVID-19 pandemic is the 340B drug safety-net program.

Elizabeth Wright June 26, 2020
Letters to Officials

Coalition Urges Treasury Action on Upcoming "Fiscal Cliff" of Tax Payment Deadlines

Coalition urges Treasury Sec. Mnuchin to defer tax payment deadlines.

Frances Floresca June 24, 2020
The WasteWatcher

Those Rising COVID-19 Numbers

On June 16, The Wall Street Journal published an opinion by Vice President Michael Pence, "There Isn’t a Coronavirus 'Second Wave.'"  The numbers show he is right.

Elizabeth Wright June 19, 2020
The WasteWatcher

More Competition and Less Regulation Will Expand Broadband Access

Regulation reductions have helped Americans during the past three months and more can be done to help promote and expand broadband.

Deborah Collier June 19, 2020
The WasteWatcher

The Ohio Solution for Getting the Country Back to Work

HB 673 will reduce regulatory barriers to help the state recover and reopen from the coronavirus pandemic.

Frances Floresca June 18, 2020

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