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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 Herrin 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 Herrin 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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Viewpoint: Eliminate the red tape that stifles drug benefits

The mounting debate over prescription drug prices has led several states, including Oklahoma, to over-regulate PBMs.

Christina Herrin January 12, 2022
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Biden's policies are not very merry

The Hill: Congress and President Biden have delivered a year filled with a reckless and wasteful government spending.

Thomas Schatz December 25, 2021
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The Build Back Better Act Would Seriously Harm the Generic Drug Industry

Inside Sources: Biden and House Democrats are adopting policies that will harm pharmaceutical research and development.

Elizabeth Wright December 9, 2021
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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
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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
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School districts are wasting COVID relief funds

The Hill: Examples of waste across the country show the pitfalls of federal relief programs and the need for greater oversight.

Ryan Lanier November 7, 2021

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