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CAGW Files Comments to the FCC On Proposed Net Neutrality Rulemaking

The re-classification of the internet as a Title II service will impose heavy-handed regulations and reduce broadband investments.

Eric Maus December 14, 2023
The WasteWatcher

CCAGW Celebrates a Year of Victories

2023 saw Council for Citizens Against Government Waste secure another round of legislative wins in Congress and the states

Alec Mena December 12, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Misguided Use of March-In Rights Will Harm Patients

The use of march-in rights to steal intellectual property will neither lower costs nor create more access to healthcare.

Christina Smith December 5, 2023

Farm Bill Reforms for the 118th Congress

Recommendations for the 2023 Farm Bill outlines fiscally responsible reforms to that Congress should take when they re-authorize the Farm Bill.

CAGW Staff November 30, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Interest on the National Debt is a Ticking Time Bomb

Congress should end its spending spree and reduce the federal debt. 

Eric Maus November 27, 2023
The WasteWatcher

National Spectrum Strategy Falls Short Without Auction Authority

The spectrum void places the U.S. at a competitive disadvantage. 

Thomas Schatz November 21, 2023
The WasteWatcher

The FCC Is Burning the Turkey

The FCC's two recent rule making proceedings will deliver a burnt Turkey for Thanksgiving by harming future investments.

Deborah Collier November 20, 2023
The WasteWatcher

North Carolinians are Being Conned by Certificate of Need Laws

North Carolina’s certificate of need laws should be repealed to increase access to quality care.

Christina Smith November 16, 2023
Press Release

Citizens Against Government Waste Names Sen. Dick Durbin November 2023 Porker of the Month

Sen. Dick Durbin is trying to take away everyone's credit card benefits.

Alexandra Abrams November 16, 2023
Press Release

The FCC’s Digital Discrimination Order Will Harm Deployment

The Digital Discrimination Report and Order is problematic and will do more to harm consumers than help them.

Alexandra Abrams November 15, 2023

The F-35 alternate engine should be buried forever

Funding an unnecessary second engine would contribute to the high costs and delays that have become the hallmark of the JSF program.

Sean Kennedy November 13, 2023

Give veterans a more efficient, modern healthcare system

Caring for the nation’s veterans should include providing them with the best possible benefits, especially medical care and treatment, during and after their service to the country. 

Deborah Collier November 10, 2023