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The WasteWatcher

At the Pentagon, Legislators Should Stress Increased Efficiency, Not Blank Checks

Legislators must first hold the Pentagon accountable for wasted spending before arguing for a budget increase.

CAGW Staff July 28, 2021
The WasteWatcher

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
The WasteWatcher

No Government Price Controls to Pay for Biden’s Gargantuan Spending Bill

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) wants to use price controls in Medicare Part D to pay for President Biden's extravagant spending.

Elizabeth Wright July 21, 2021
Press Release

CAGW Names Rep. Peter DeFazio July 2021 Porker of the Month

(Washington, D.C.) – Today, Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) named House Transportation Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) our July 2021 Porker of the Month for introducing the wasteful and earmark-loaded IN

CAGW Staff July 21, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Democrats in Congress Move Country Closer to Bankruptcy

Democrats want to pass a $4.1 trillion budget, massively expands social welfare programs.

Elizabeth Wright July 16, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Blast from the Past on Internet Regulations

The Biden Administration Competition Executive Order undermines the competitive internet marketplace.

Deborah Collier July 14, 2021
The WasteWatcher

GAO Details Need for Complete Implementation of Waste-Prevention Measures

GAO issues report on the SBA Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer grant programs.

CAGW Staff July 13, 2021
Op-Eds

Postal reform should deliver better results

The Hill: The USPS needs to address labor costs, closing excess facilities, outsourcing, and other issues.

Thomas Schatz July 13, 2021
The WasteWatcher

A National Data Privacy Framework Is Needed Rather than Individual State Laws

States should encourage Congress to pass a national data privacy framework instead of creating their own. 

Frances Floresca July 12, 2021
The WasteWatcher

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
The WasteWatcher

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
The WasteWatcher

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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