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Congress's Flavored Tobacco Ban Would Create a Dangerous Black Market

If this bill becomes law, it will create a health crisis that could have been avoided.

Elizabeth Wright February 21, 2020
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New USDA Mandate for Biofuels Should be Withdrawn

The USDA’s historic approach to “market-driven blend rates” has been to aggressively pursue unachievable biofuel mandates that put manufacturing jobs at risk. 

Thomas Schatz February 21, 2020
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Strong National Intelligence Leadership Needed for 5G Security

The U.S. must have strong leaders who will protect our national security by creating a safe and secure 5G infrastructure and combatting China’s influence in other countries.

Deborah Collier February 20, 2020
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Cased Closed – The International Pricing Index is Foolish Policy

On Thursday, the CEA effectively closed the door to adopting a bad drug pricing policy. 

Elizabeth Wright February 14, 2020
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FCC Walks The Narrow Path on C-Band Auction

Walking the narrow path is not easy and appeasing multiple interests in a FCC proceeding is even more difficult. 

Deborah Collier February 13, 2020
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Free Market Leaders Speak Out Against Healthcare Price Controls

We must keep Congress and the Trump administration from imposing price controls.

Thomas Schatz February 12, 2020
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The Return of Earmarks is Cancelled, For Now

House Democrats abandoned a plan to return to an open system of earmarking.  

Sean Kennedy February 11, 2020
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Moonshine Vaping Coming Soon to Your Neighborhood

The FDA and Congress are moving fast to ban all flavors used in vaping devices.

Elizabeth Wright February 7, 2020
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Another Year and Additional F-35 Complications

Add one more item to the list of innumerable glitches in Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program.  

Sean Kennedy February 6, 2020
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CBO’s 2020 Economic Outlook Shows Trillion-Dollar Deficits Are Here To Stay

Unsurprisingly, the United States’ fiscal outlook remains dreadful.

Peter Klensch February 6, 2020
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Caps on Consumer Loans Hurt More Than They Help

H.R. 5050, the Veterans and Consumers Fair Credit Act, would extend the 36 percent usury annual percentage rate (APR) cap under the 2006 Military Lending Act (MLA) to all consumers, stifling credit access for those that need it most.

Peter Klensch February 5, 2020
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The IPI - Are We All Socialists Now?

Adopting these policies would validate socialized medicine schemes like price controls and rationing.

Elizabeth Wright January 31, 2020

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