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Federal Funds for Broadband Must Not Be Wasted

With an unprecedented amount of funds available for broadband, federal agencies must be careful not to waste taxpayer resources.

Deborah Collier February 7, 2022
Agency Comments

CAGW Files Comments to NTIA on Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Broadband Program

On February 3, 2022, CAGW filed comments with NTIA on broadband infrastructure grant programs.

Deborah Collier February 4, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Maine's Proposed Flavor Ban Won't Improve Public Health

Maine's proposed flavor ban will hurt tobacco harm reduction efforts. 

Christina Herrin February 1, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Alaska Bill Promises Spending Transparency

If passed, HB 86 will give taxpayers greater insight into government spending. 

Ryan Lanier January 31, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Pentagon Accountancy Faces Further Criticism

A recent Inspector General report again questions the DOD’s ability to track the money it spends.

Sean Kennedy January 31, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Price Controls in the BBBA Will Destroy the Development of Future Cures

The price controls found in the BBBA leave patients worse off.

Christina Herrin January 28, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Antitrust "Reform" Gains Momentum and Finds New Targets

No economic industry is safe from so-called antitrust "reforms" 

Eric Maus January 27, 2022
The WasteWatcher

The New Year Is a New Chance to Restore Fiscal Sanity

Congress should resolve to pass policies that are fiscally responsible and alleviate the effects of inflation. 

Eric Maus January 25, 2022
Press Release

Citizens Against Government Waste Names Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer January 2022 Porker of the Month

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is misleading Americans by claiming the BBBA will fight inflation and lower costs.

Alexandra Abrams January 21, 2022
Press Release

CAGW Releases Issue Brief on the Future of American Aerospace

A new emphasis on partnering with innovative private sector firms has boosted NASA’s capacity while dramatically lowering costs.

Alexandra Abrams January 20, 2022
Reports

The Future of American Aerospace

The shift in U.S. space policy to open up opportunities for new innovative companies has resulted in increased competition and significant savings for taxpayers.

Sean Kennedy January 20, 2022
The WasteWatcher

The FAA Must Stop Holding Up 5G

Federal agencies like the FAA cannot keep getting in the way of 5G deployment.

Thomas Schatz January 18, 2022

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