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Easing Occupational Licensing Restrictions will help Americans Overcome Barriers to Employment

Removing occupational licensing barriers at the federal level provides more freedom to states to reduce requirements

Frances Floresca June 3, 2021
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Lack of Trust in Public Health Authorities Will Impact Debate on Medicare for All

The U.S. public health system has a trust problem due to their handling of COVID-19.

Elizabeth Wright May 27, 2021
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Sen. Rand Paul Grills Dr. Fauci on NIH Grants and Wuhan Institute of Virology

Increased oversight in how federal funding is spent for health research was made very clear in a May 11 Senate HELP hearing.

Elizabeth Wright May 17, 2021
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Biden Trips Badly on Intellectual Property in TRIPS

Days after praising World Intellectual Property Day, President Biden agrees to waive US COVID-19 patents.

Elizabeth Wright May 6, 2021
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Beware the Words Investment and Free

When government officials talk about “investment” and “free” programs, taxpayers need to hang onto their wallets.  

Elizabeth Wright April 28, 2021
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All Nations Must Respect and Protect Intellectual Property Rights

World Intellectual Property (IP) Day is a good time to remind all countries of the need to protect and respect IP rights.

Thomas Schatz April 26, 2021
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The Federal Government Needs to Hold States Accountable for Relief Spending

It is important for the federal government to hold states accountable for coronavirus relief spending. 

Frances Floresca April 7, 2021
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Biden’s COVID-19 Doom and Gloom Team Is Harmful to Recovering from Pandemic

As Americans are beginning to see light at the end of pandemic tunnel, Biden's Covid 19 Team gives gloomy forecast.

Elizabeth Wright April 1, 2021
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CDC Guidelines Fail to Quickly Get Students Back into Classrooms

More evidence that children are not at significant risk for COVID-19 and schools are safe for in-school teaching. 

Elizabeth Wright March 17, 2021
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CDC Guidance Criticized for Being Too Restrained

On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidance for fully vaccinated people.

Elizabeth Wright March 11, 2021
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"Normal" is Likely Coming Sooner than Anticipated

Expressions of a desire to move on after a year into the pandemic are quite reasonable and more are taking action doing that.

Elizabeth Wright March 5, 2021
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Biden's Budget Busting Boondoggle

The House will soon vote on President Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.

Elizabeth Wright February 25, 2021

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