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Spectrum auction authority must be extended

To achieve the socio-economic benefits that 5G and other new technologies will bring, the FCC must be enabled to create a balanced spectrum pipeline.

Deborah Collier July 13, 2022
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Student loan forgiveness is regressive and inflationary

Student loan forgiveness will not only waste taxpayers’ money but also drive inflation even higher.

Eric Maus July 13, 2022
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Drug importation is dangerous and won’t lower prices

Competition and innovation lead to lower prices, not government pricing schemes.

Christina Smith June 9, 2022
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Interest on the debt is a huge threat

President Biden and Congress need to stop spending and start cutting before it becomes too late to stop interest on the debt from growing to become the government’s largest expenditure.

Thomas Schatz May 25, 2022
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Let's Keep Driving Forward on Connected Cars & Next-Gen Wi-Fi

These days, there isn’t a lot of harmony in the world of technology policy. But there is a bright spot of bipartisanship in a section of our airwaves: the 5.9 GHz band.

Deborah Collier May 6, 2022
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Taxpayers should not be forced to fund professional stadiums

Government funding of professional sports stadiums through tax-exempt bonds also reduces the resources available for more pressing local projects.

Ryan Lanier May 4, 2022
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Taking a day to celebrate innovation and intellectual property rights

Encouraging young people to participate in the innovation economy is a laudable and necessary objective, as well as ensuing that they understand the importance of protecting IP rights.

Deborah Collier April 26, 2022
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Opinion: Georgia healthcare legislation would increase drug costs

Legislators in several states, including Georgia, are attempting to lower prescription drug prices by regulating PBMs.

Christina Smith March 7, 2022
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COVID-19 relief funding programs lack oversight and accountability

Congress has appropriated more than $4.6 trillion in response to COVID-19, much of which has nothing to do with the pandemic.

Christina Smith February 20, 2022
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Commentary: Lenoir City Taxpayers Can Stop a Wasteful Broadband Network

Lenoir City taxpayers have a chance to save themselves from an expensive and wasteful broadband network proposal, but they have to act soon.

Deborah Collier February 16, 2022
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The new era of American aerospace

Competition in all areas of aerospace contracting represents a rare procurement triumph for the federal government.

Sean Kennedy February 14, 2022
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Fiscal conservatives should support postal reform

The USPS has been the subject of a significant amount of justifiable criticism for many years.

Thomas Schatz January 25, 2022

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