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Obama-Era Car Regulation Is Holding Up The Future of Communications

Daily Caller: The NHTSA issued regulations mandating the installation of a nearly 20-year-old technology in all new vehicles.

Deborah Collier December 6, 2018
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Trump Energy Bailout is Coal in Taxpayers’ Stockings

Fox Business: President Trump’s plan to bail out failing coal and nuclear power plants recently took a major step forward and could cost taxpayers billions.

Thomas Schatz December 5, 2018
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Hit the Brakes on High Speed Rail in Texas

TribTalk: Costs and completion dates for high-speed rail projects tend to increase dramatically and ridership projections fall short.

Thomas Schatz November 27, 2018
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Hollow Promises On Feds’ Drug Discount Program

Daily Caller: Hospitals have been using the 340B program to enhance their own bottom line.

Elizabeth Wright November 8, 2018
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The Blueprint for Fiscal Responsibility

Townhall: Prime Cuts 2018 is a comprehensive account of options the federal government possesses to cut government waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement.

Thomas Schatz September 26, 2018
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New Trade Agreement Includes Strong Intellectual Property Protections

Morning Consult: The new agreement includes protection of intellectual property rights and trade secrets, and a new digital trade chapter.

Deborah Collier September 18, 2018
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The World Health Organization's Misguided Effort to Stop Americans from Vaping

The Hill: Next month, U.S. officials will have the opportunity to defend Americans’ freedom to vape.

Elizabeth Wright September 14, 2018
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John McCain was a Taxpayer Hero

The Hill: The late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) was not only a war hero. He was a taxpayer hero, as well.

Curtis Kalin August 30, 2018
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New York City’s War on Progress

The Hill: In the fight between the bygone bureaucracies of the twentieth century and the booming innovations of the twenty-first, America’s largest city has chosen the rearview mirror.

Curtis Kalin August 15, 2018
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A closer look at DOD’s cloudy JEDI contract

Curtis Kalin August 13, 2018
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Mike Coffman's bad legislative approach to net neutrality

Curtis Kalin August 8, 2018
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Compulsory pharmaceutical licensing is little more than government theft

Curtis Kalin August 6, 2018

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