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A Monumental Giveaway

Virginia and D.C. compete to waste the most money on a taxpayer-subsidized arena. 

Alec Mena February 6, 2024
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Reflecting on Privacy Laws During Data Privacy Week

Data Privacy Week is an opportunity to review can be done to protect data and learn what privacy laws are being proposed.

Deborah Collier January 25, 2024
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IRS Errs in Moving its Own Tax Preparation System Forward

The Direct File program is another step in the IRS expanding its authority.

Eric Maus January 24, 2024
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FDA Hurts Patients By Authorizing Florida’s Drug Importation Program

On January 5, 2024, the U.S. FDA authorized Florida's drug importation program. 

Christina Smith January 12, 2024
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The House Passes CARS Act to Protect Consumer Choice

The House passed bill will protect consumer automobile choice and halt EPA emissions mandate.

Christina Smith December 29, 2023
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The IRS Moves Ahead With Confusing and Burdensome 1099-K Form

Restoring the previous 1099-K threshold would save taxpayers from unnecessary paperwork and greater confusion.

Eric Maus December 21, 2023
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Establishing a Fiscal Commission Could Help Reduce Federal Spending

An effective spending control commission should draw inspiration from the Grace Commission and CARFA. 

Alec Mena December 21, 2023
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Broadening Participation Will Strengthen National Security Space Launch Program

The Space Force has taken a positive step to increase competition in its National Security Space Launch program.

Sean Kennedy December 15, 2023
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Broadening Participation Will Strengthen National Security Space Launch Program

The Space Force has taken a positive step to increase competition in its National Security Space Launch program.

Sean Kennedy December 15, 2023
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CCAGW Celebrates a Year of Victories

2023 saw Council for Citizens Against Government Waste secure another round of legislative wins in Congress and the states

Alec Mena December 12, 2023
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Misguided Use of March-In Rights Will Harm Patients

The use of march-in rights to steal intellectual property will neither lower costs nor create more access to healthcare.

Christina Smith December 5, 2023
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Interest on the National Debt is a Ticking Time Bomb

Congress should end its spending spree and reduce the federal debt. 

Eric Maus November 27, 2023

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