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CAGW Reviews 50 States' BEAD Proposals

Most states propose to regulate broadband rates, discriminate against non-fiber technologies, and preference government networks.

April 24, 2024 — Alec Mena 1713975439

Colorado Stymies Consumers’ Access to Credit

New lending law will limit financial services Coloradans may purchase from out of state.

May 22, 2024 — Alec Mena 1716413055

Congress Needs to Stop the FCC From Taking Over the Internet

Congress, not the FCC, should decide how the internet should be regulated.

May 22, 2024 — Deborah Collier 1716407061

FDA Has Once Again Delayed Its Menthol Ban

A federal flavor ban is clearly unpopular and would create black markets.

May 8, 2024 — Eric Maus 1715200474

Southern States Advance Harmful Tobacco Legislation

Pre-market application requirements for THR products injure public health and finances.

May 2, 2024 — Alec Mena 1714669957

CAGW Submits Ex Parte Presentation for April 10 meeting with Commissioner Gomez

 

Statement of Deborah Collier
Vice President for Policy and Government Affairs
Citizens Against Government Waste
And Executive Director of
CAGW’s Innovation & Technology Policy Center
before
Federal Communications Commissioner Anna Gomez

April 10, 2024

 

Thank you, Commissioner Gomez, for hosting this roundtable on the Safeguarding and Securing the Open Internet Rulemaking.

FTC Votes to Unilaterally Ban Non-Compete Agreements

The FTC is once again overreaching its legal authority by voting to ban non-compete agreements. 

May 1, 2024 — Eric Maus 1714583241

Ban on Bulk Billing Is Bad for Consumers

The FCC Chair is considering a ban on bulk billing for broadband in another effort to fix what is not broken.

April 30, 2024 — Deborah Collier 1714489999

President Biden Unveils Another Wasteful and Unfair Plan to Forgive Student Loan Debt

President Biden is yet again flouting the Supreme Court and forging ahead with forgiving more student loan debt.

April 22, 2024 — Eric Maus 1713809247

ACP Funding Expiration Will Affect States’ Broadband Rate Regulation

Ending ACP will complicate and delay state efforts to expand affordable internet access.

April 5, 2024 — Alec Mena 1712332750