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Canadian Drug Importation Continues to Face Obstacles

HHS asks court to dismiss PhRMA lawsuit on Canadian drug importation, stating they have no standing.

Elizabeth Wright June 2, 2021
Op-Eds

Biden's Broadband Boondoggle

American Thinker: President Joe Biden plans to spend $100 billion or more on broadband infrastructure.

Thomas Schatz June 2, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Lack of Trust in Public Health Authorities Will Impact Debate on Medicare for All

The U.S. public health system has a trust problem due to their handling of COVID-19.

Elizabeth Wright May 27, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Court Rules in Favor of FCC in Franchise Fee Dispute

Court rules "in-kind" and "add-on" requirements should be included in the five percent cap on franchise fees.

Deborah Collier May 27, 2021
The WasteWatcher

The DC Beverage Tax Will Harm Small Businesses and Consumers

DC's proposed tax on sweetened beverages will harm small businesses and are likely to be ineffective. 

Frances Floresca May 25, 2021
Press Release

CAGW Releases Issue Brief on the Folly of Government-Owned Networks

Government-owned broadband networks are wasteful, anti-competitive, and costly for taxpayers.

Alexandra Abrams May 25, 2021
Reports

The Folly of Government-Owned Networks

Government-owned broadband networks are wasteful, anti-competitive, and costly for taxpayers.

CAGW Staff May 25, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Target-Rich Environment for Duplication Report

The annual GAO report on duplication in federal spending provides opportunities to increase efficiency in the federal government.

Sean Kennedy May 20, 2021
Press Release

CAGW Names Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand May 2021 Porker of the Month

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is our May 2021 Porker of the Month for saying “paid leave, child care and caregiving” are all “infrastructure.”

Alexandra Abrams May 20, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Republican Study Committee Budget Is Good News for Taxpayers

The RSC budget includes the elimination and consolidation of dozens of programs and agencies.

Thomas Schatz May 19, 2021
Op-Eds

Financial market transactions should not be taxed or restricted

The Hill: Both the FTT and new short selling regulations would cause significant disruption to financial transactions and reduced returns for tens of millions of investors.

Thomas Schatz May 18, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Sen. Rand Paul Grills Dr. Fauci on NIH Grants and Wuhan Institute of Virology

Increased oversight in how federal funding is spent for health research was made very clear in a May 11 Senate HELP hearing.

Elizabeth Wright May 17, 2021

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