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The WasteWatcher

Wireless Taxes are Costly for Consumers

Wireless tax increases can burden families and can lead to pay for projects unrelated to telecommunications. 

Frances Floresca March 25, 2021
The WasteWatcher

The Asymmetrical Consequences of Symmetrical Speeds

Broadband speed requirements should not be increased when many don't have internet access at the current threshold.

Deborah Collier March 25, 2021
Press Release

CAGW Releases Comprehensive Waste-Cutting Proposals for the 117th Congress

This publication should serve as a blueprint for reining in out-of-control federal spending.

Alexandra Abrams March 24, 2021

Critical Waste Issues for the 117th Congress

CAGW’s Critical Waste Issues details 17 policy areas that require immediate attention to eliminate runaway spending create a more effective and efficient government.

CAGW Staff March 24, 2021
The WasteWatcher

CDC Guidelines Fail to Quickly Get Students Back into Classrooms

More evidence that children are not at significant risk for COVID-19 and schools are safe for in-school teaching. 

Elizabeth Wright March 17, 2021
Press Release

CAGW Names Rep. Rosa DeLauro and Sen. Patrick Leahy March 2021 Porkers of the Month

CAGW named Rep. DeLauro and Sen. Leahy Porkers of the Month for bringing back corrupt, costly, and inequitable earmarks.

Alexandra Abrams March 17, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Financial Transactions Tax Is Bad, Short Selling is Good

A financial transactions tax is bad for investors, and short selling is good for investors.

Thomas Schatz March 15, 2021
The WasteWatcher

CDC Guidance Criticized for Being Too Restrained

On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidance for fully vaccinated people.

Elizabeth Wright March 11, 2021
The WasteWatcher

The PRO Act Will Infringe on the Freedom of Workers

The Protecting Right to Organize Act (PRO Act) will bring harm to workers and infringe on their rights.

Frances Floresca March 8, 2021
The WasteWatcher

"Normal" is Likely Coming Sooner than Anticipated

Expressions of a desire to move on after a year into the pandemic are quite reasonable and more are taking action doing that.

Elizabeth Wright March 5, 2021
The WasteWatcher

Irresponsible Spending and the Texas Energy Crisis

Irresponsible spending and subsidies for energy companies led to disaster for Texas during the winter storm. 

Frances Floresca March 2, 2021

Earmarks Are Corrupt, Costly, and Inequitable

Joint op-ed from Sen. Ernst and CAGW President Tom Schatz in NRO.

Thomas Schatz March 1, 2021


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