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No Surprises Act Gets its First Interim Rule

The No Surprises Act was passed last year to stop surprise medical bills but in reality the law will end up causing more problems.

Elizabeth Wright July 9, 2021
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Cocktails-To-Go Should Remain Permanent

States should permanently make the sale of cocktails-to-go permanent.

Frances Floresca July 7, 2021
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Biden Administration Revokes Work Incentives for Medicaid

The Biden administration continues its onslaught against innovative and effective Trump administration policies.

Elizabeth Wright July 2, 2021
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FCC Adopts New Rules Cracking Down on 911 Fee Diversions

The FCC’s new rules regarding 9-1-1 fee diversions will ensure that collected fees are not improperly and wastefully redirected.

CAGW Staff July 2, 2021
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CAGW Hosts Conversation with FCC Commissioner Simington

On June 28, CAGW and WifiForward hosted a conversation with FCC Commssioner Nathan Simington on the current state of spectrum policy.

Will Flores June 29, 2021
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Access to Telemedicine Should Be Permanent

Telemedicine should be permanent beyond the coronavirus pandemic. 

Frances Floresca June 28, 2021
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Earmarks Return, Without Full Transparency

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee brought back earmarks without transparency.

Sean Kennedy June 28, 2021
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Knoxville Should Not Build a Government-Owned Broadband Network

Knoxville, Tennessee considering a government-owned network that would be costly, wasteful and potentially unsuccessful.

Deborah Collier June 24, 2021
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An Ominous Return of Earmarks in the House Transportation Bill

Legislators took full advantage of one of the first opportunities to add earmarks.

CAGW Staff June 22, 2021
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To Serve or not to Serve: The Broadband Map Question

The Broadband DATA Act gave the FCC funding to create new broadband maps. NTIA has its own new map for broadband.

Deborah Collier June 22, 2021
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Obamacare Survives Third Court Challenge

The Supreme Court tossed out ObamaCare lawsuit, California et al v. Texas, stating the plaintiffs have no standing.

Elizabeth Wright June 18, 2021
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$40 Billion Broadband Bill Is Costly, Unnecessary, and Wasteful

The BRIDGE Act of 2021 would do more harm than good.

Thomas Schatz June 16, 2021

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