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USF Reforms Should Include Replacing Lifeline with ACP

The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste offered its views on Universal Service reform to Congress on August 24, 2023.

Deborah Collier August 25, 2023
Press Release

CAGW Names House Energy-Water Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman Chuck Fleischmann August 2023 Porker of the Month

House Energy-Water Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman Chuck Fleischmann received $273.3 million in pork-barrel earmarks.

Alexandra Abrams August 24, 2023
The WasteWatcher

The 340B Drug Discount Program Needs an Overhaul

CAGW has long been concerned with the misuse of the 340B Program.  

Christina Smith August 16, 2023
Op-Eds

Biden is trying to shift the cost of student loans to taxpayers — again

Any attempt to forgive student loan debt unilaterally is extremely costly and unfair to taxpayers.

Eric Maus August 16, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Eastern Tennessee: Where Broadband Goes Bust

Government-owned broadband networks have failed across the country, but public utilities in Tennessee want to build them anyway.

Alec Mena August 15, 2023
The WasteWatcher

A Disturbing Trend for Broadband Deployment

With $42.5 billion available for broadband deployment, funding should be available regardless of technology or vendor type.

Deborah Collier August 11, 2023
The WasteWatcher

DOD’s Cloud Services Contract Moves Forward

DOD moves forward with its $9 billion Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability multi-year, multi-vendor contract.

Deborah Collier August 9, 2023
Op-Eds

The USPS needs to stop delivering financial losses

The USPS third quarter financial report will likely continue the postal service’s run of financial losses. 

Thomas Schatz August 4, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Congress Should not Double Down on Devastating Drug Price Controls

House Democrats’ new bill on price controls will devastate future drug development and raise costs. 

Christina Smith July 31, 2023
Op-Eds

The Disaster at Lina Khan’s FTC

FTC Chair Lina Khan's anti-capitalist views have upended more than 100 years of antitrust law enforcement.

Thomas Schatz July 28, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Congress Should Permanently Maintain Higher 1099-K Reporting Requirements

A higher 1099-K threshold would protect taxpayers from higher taxes, more audits, and complicated paperwork. 

Eric Maus July 27, 2023
The WasteWatcher

Estimates of COVID-19 Relief Fraud Continue to Increase

The government's failure to distribute relief money correctly continues to be unearthed. 

Eric Maus July 25, 2023

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