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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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FDA Moves to Ban Menthol Cigarettes

The Food and Drug Administration's proposal to ban menthol-flavored tobacco put consumers at risk with illicit products.

Elizabeth Wright April 29, 2021
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Bernie is Back with More Bad Bills

Sen. Bernie Sanders is at it again with more big government legislation that will hurt pharmaceutical innovation.

Elizabeth Wright March 31, 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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Financial Transactions Tax Is Bad, Short Selling is Good

A financial transactions tax is bad for investors, and short selling is good for investors.

Thomas Schatz March 15, 2021
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The PRO Act Will Infringe on the Freedom of Workers

The Protecting Right to Organize Act (PRO Act) will bring harm to workers and infringe on their rights.

Frances Floresca March 8, 2021
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Irresponsible Spending and the Texas Energy Crisis

Irresponsible spending and subsidies for energy companies led to disaster for Texas during the winter storm. 

Frances Floresca March 2, 2021
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PRO Act will Hurt Gig Economy Workers and Independent Contractors

If the PRO Act passes in Congress, many independent contractor jobs could be lost all over the nation. 

Frances Floresca February 1, 2021
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Back to the Future on Green Energy

The President's Executive Order to tackle climate change is the most expensive, expansive, and elaborate ever implemented.

Elizabeth Wright January 29, 2021
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The Raise the Wage Act will Kill Jobs, Provide Less Pay, and Hurt States

The Raise the Wage Act will kill jobs and hurt states if enacted. 

Frances Floresca January 27, 2021
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Occupational Licensing Executive Order Will Benefit Utah Workers

Utah's new governor and lieutnenant governor signed an executive order requiring state agencies to review occupational licenses to ensure they are necessary and not outdated by June 30, 2021.  

Frances Floresca January 12, 2021
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President Trump’s Occupational Licensing EO Will Create Jobs Across the Country

State and local governments will have to issue a license to those who hold a license for their area of discipline.

Frances Floresca December 15, 2020

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