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The WasteWatcher

States Should Take the Lead on Fiscal Responsibility in 2023

States should take the lead in restoring fiscal sanity, establishing accountability, and increasing innovation.

Ryan Lanier February 2, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Oregon Lawmakers Put Fear Over Facts

Oregon's ban of flavored tobacco products would hurt harm reduction efforts.

Christina Smith January 31, 2023
Press Release

CAGW Names Senator Ron Wyden January 2023 Porker of the Month

Sen. Wyden thinks it is a bad idea to cut off $80 billion to hire 87,000 new IRS agents to go after taxpayers.

Alexandra Abrams January 30, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Michigan Must Preserve the Freedom to Work

The proposed repeal of Michigan's right-to-work laws imperils worker freedoms. 

Ryan Lanier January 27, 2023
Press Release

CAGW Releases Comprehensive Waste-Cutting Proposals for the 118th Congress

Critical Waste is a concentrated list of proposals that CAGW believes will result in a smaller and more efficient government. 

Alexandra Abrams January 26, 2023
Reports

Critical Waste Issues for the 118th Congress

CAGW's Critical Waste proposals are essential to creating a more effective and efficient government and reining in excessive spending.

CAGW Staff January 26, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Data Privacy Day Is a Reminder That a National Framework is Necessary

Data Privacy Day is an opportunity for all Americans and Congress to learn more about protecting the privacy of personal data.

Deborah Collier January 24, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Americans are Still Getting Conned by Certificate of Need Laws

Certificate of need laws increase healthcare costs and reduce access to quality care. 

Christina Smith January 23, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Texas Lawmakers Must Exercise Caution with Spending Surplus

Texas lawmakers will decide how to spend a $32.7 billion budget surplus. 

Ryan Lanier January 23, 2023
The WasteWatcher

CAGW Responds to Sen. Thune's Broadband Questions

Letter from Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) begins oversight process into broadband spending.  Here is CAGW's Response.

Deborah Collier January 13, 2023
Agency Comments

CAGW Response to Senator Thune on Broadband Funding

Broadband services should be properly implemented to prevent waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement. 

Eric Maus January 13, 2023
Op-Eds

House Republicans embrace earmarks and fail to demonstrate fiscal responsibility

Earmarks are one of the most corrupt, costly, and inequitable practices in the history of Congress.

Sean Kennedy December 29, 2022

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