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Prevent Defense: New York Lawmakers Should Block Hochul’s Stadium Proposal

Gov. Hochuls' stadium deal invests millions in taxpayer funding for a project that will never pay for itself. 

Ryan Lanier March 31, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Open Access Requirements Will Harm Broadband Deployment

Forcing the NTIA to use taxpayer funds for open access networks will stifle innovation and fail to increase broadband access.

Deborah Collier March 31, 2022
The WasteWatcher

President Biden Again Tries to Undermine U.S. Biomedical Innovation

President Biden’s support of intellectual property waivers threatens development of future life-saving medicines.

Christina Herrin March 30, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Biden’s Budget Will Bankrupt America

President Biden’s FY 2023 budget doubles down on massive spending and fails to cut a single penny of government waste.

Thomas Schatz March 28, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Connecticut to Increase CON law Fees by 4,900 Percent

Connecticut should avoid higher fees for CON laws that increase costs and limit access to quality healthcare.

Christina Herrin March 28, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Next Wave of Mid-band Spectrum Scheduled for Auction

Federal Communications Commission announces schedule for auctioning the 2.5 GHz spectrum licenses.

Deborah Collier March 25, 2022
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Citizens Against Government Waste Names Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee March 2022 Porker of the Month

March Porker Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee called the debt ceiling a “figment of your imagination in terms of its validity.”

Alexandra Abrams March 23, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Only Taxpayers Know How Much They Really Owe in Taxes

Taxpayers have information only they know to fill out their tax returns; the IRS should never do that for them.

Thomas Schatz March 23, 2022
The WasteWatcher

Transparency is Needed Before More COVID-19 Aid is Approved

Congress and the rest of the federal government must increase transparency for taxpayers

Eric Maus March 23, 2022
The WasteWatcher

The Time Is Now for U.S. Energy Independence

U.S. energy independence will stabilize and lower fuel prices for Americans suffering under record high inflation.

Christina Herrin March 23, 2022
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Congress Earmarks $3 Million for Palo Alto History Museum

An earmark for the Palo Alto History Museum shows the lengths lawmakers are willing to go to divert money better spent elsewhere.

Ryan Lanier March 15, 2022
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Broadband Bills in the States: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

State officials must ensure that federal broadband funds be used connect truly unserved and underserved communities. 

Ryan Lanier March 11, 2022

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