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Build Back Better is bad for the states

The Hill: The BBBA will force states to fund unsustainable programs and blur the lines between the federal and state governments.

Ryan Lanier December 6, 2021
The WasteWatcher

New Study Confirms 340B Program is Exploited

A new study, “340B and Health Equity: A Missed Opportunity in Medically Underserved Areas,” shows the program is misused.

Elizabeth Wright December 2, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Build Back Better Act Nicotine Tax Fails to Improve Public Health and Funds Wasteful Spending

The Build Back Better Act contains a nicotine tax that negatively impacts tobacco harm reduction efforts and public health. 

Christina Herrin December 2, 2021

Tobacco Harm Reduction Products Should Be Widely Adopted

CAGW’s latest issue brief analyzes tobacco harm reduction strategies worldwide.

CAGW Staff November 30, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Federal Agencies Must Stop Interfering with 5G Deployment

Federal agencies must stop objecting to the FCC's decisions to open up spectrum for much-needed 5G deployment.

Deborah Collier November 30, 2021
State Action

CCAGW Urges Michigan Legislature to Oppose HB 4348

HB 4348 would harm the ability of PBMs to use a variety of tools and policies that help clients manage their pharmacy benefits and lower drug costs.

Ryan Lanier November 30, 2021
The WasteWatcher

House Votes for Biden’s Build Back Broke Bill

The BBBA is a disastrous and wasteful bill that will raise costs further for all Americans and increase government control.

Christina Herrin November 20, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Methane Taxes Will Stifle American Energy Production

Methane taxes will damage American energy production and put the country further into debt.

Christina Herrin November 19, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Build Back Better Act Will Destroy Vibrant U.S. Pharmaceutical Industry

CAGW's latest report “Price Controls on Pharmaceuticals Are Bad Medicine,” analyzes destructive policies in the BBBA.

Thomas Schatz November 19, 2021

Pharmaceutical Price Controls are Bad Medicine

Price controls will result in increased drug prices, less innovation, and fewer new drugs.

CAGW Staff November 19, 2021

With Build Back Better, Democrats are cooking up a turkey dinner

Washington Examiner: Democrats in Congress are cooking up a massive, sweeping tax and spending bill that will cause prices to rise even higher.

Eric Maus November 19, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Three Reforms States Should Consider After the COVID-19 Pandemic

States should reform how they raise revenue, plan better for the future, and relax workforce regulations. 

Ryan Lanier November 18, 2021


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