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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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Will Michigan's State Legislators Micromanage PBMs?

Interfering in private contracts between pharmacy benefit managers and their customers will drive drug costs up, not down.

Elizabeth Wright August 30, 2021
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Good News Out of the Philippines on ENDS Products

How foreign grant money turned the tide of ENDS products in the Philippines.

Elizabeth Wright August 26, 2021
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Public Favors Government Drug Negotiations, Until They Learn What It Really Means

Senate Democrats are preparing to move a $3.5 trillion “human infrastructure” bill, but have to find ways to offset the cost.

Elizabeth Wright July 30, 2021
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CAGW Submits Comment to FDA on IQOS 3 Modified Risk Tobacco Product Application

IQOS 3 is a tobacco harm reduction product and should receive a Modified Risk Tobacco Product designation quickly

Elizabeth Wright July 29, 2021
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The PRO Act Will Eliminate Freedom of Choice for Workers

Passage of the PRO Act will eliminate the freedom of choice for workers who want to be their own boss.

Frances Floresca July 22, 2021
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Consumers Win When Their Welfare is Protected

The antitrust consumer welfare standard is under fire from changes at the FTC, legislation and lawsuits.

Deborah Collier July 9, 2021
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President Biden's Executive Order Will Harm Rather than Promote Competition

President Biden's Executive Order will harm competition and increase the size, scope, and power of the federal government.

Thomas Schatz July 9, 2021
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No Surprises Act Gets its First Interim Rule

The No Surprises Act was passed last year to stop surprise medical bills but in reality the law will end up causing more problems.

Elizabeth Wright July 9, 2021
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Cocktails-To-Go Should Remain Permanent

States should permanently make the sale of cocktails-to-go permanent.

Frances Floresca July 7, 2021
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FCC Adopts New Rules Cracking Down on 911 Fee Diversions

The FCC’s new rules regarding 9-1-1 fee diversions will ensure that collected fees are not improperly and wastefully redirected.

CAGW Staff July 2, 2021

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