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The PRO Act Gets New Life with Build Back Better Act

The PRO Act would radically change labor laws and deprive tens of thousands of workers of the ability to work independently.

Eric Maus December 14, 2021
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President Biden Again Calls for Price Controls

President Biden's Monday speech included the same dangerous and wrong solutions to lower drug costs.

Elizabeth Wright December 8, 2021
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Build Back Better Act Nicotine Tax Fails to Improve Public Health and Funds Wasteful Spending

The Build Back Better Act contains a nicotine tax that negatively impacts tobacco harm reduction efforts and public health. 

Christina Smith December 2, 2021
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Federal Agencies Must Stop Interfering with 5G Deployment

Federal agencies must stop objecting to the FCC's decisions to open up spectrum for much-needed 5G deployment.

Deborah Collier November 30, 2021
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Three Reforms States Should Consider After the COVID-19 Pandemic

States should reform how they raise revenue, plan better for the future, and relax workforce regulations. 

Ryan Lanier November 18, 2021
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Big Business is Not Bad Business

The consumer welfare standard has helped keep the U.S. as the world's leading economy and should not be abandoned. 

Eric Maus November 10, 2021
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The FCC Could Have a Dark Future

The FCC should avoid reentering the Dark Ages of overreaching rules and regulations.

Deborah Collier October 27, 2021
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North Carolina’s “Regulatory Sandbox Act” Is a Win for Innovation

HB 624 reduces red tape and opens the door to increased innovation.

Ryan Lanier October 25, 2021
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CAGW Names Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen October 2021 Porker of the Month

Taxpayers should be scared of the army of IRS agents that Secretary Yellen is creating that'll be scrutinizing their finances.

CAGW Staff October 14, 2021
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President Biden is Raising Taxes for Those Earning Less Than 400K

Excise taxes on tobacco harm reduction products are irrational; it hurts both financially and those trying to quit smoking.

Elizabeth Wright September 24, 2021
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PRO Act Should Not Be Included in Budget Reconciliation

Among the many provisions of the reconciliation bills that are intended to promote the agenda of the labor unions is changing the definition of employees and independent contractors.  H.R

Eric Maus September 15, 2021
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Looking at All the Wrong Places for Pay-Fors

Democrats are busy looking for ways to pay for their $3.5 trillion spending bill and you will be part of the calculation.

Elizabeth Wright September 10, 2021

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