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Minnesota Should Avoid a High-Speed Rail Boondoggle

Minnesota's proposed Northern Lights Express is unsustainable and would cost taxpayers billions of dollars. 

Ryan Lanier March 4, 2022
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FCC Moves Forward on Pole Attachment Issues

The FCC will be considering a proposed rulemaking to clarify who should pay the cost of pole replacements at its March meeting.

Deborah Collier March 4, 2022
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Virginia Should Think Twice About Building a New Stadium for the Commanders

Virginia lawmakers should protect taxpayers and reject the use of their money to entice the Commanders to the Commonwealth.

Ryan Lanier March 4, 2022
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Florida Should Move Forward with Net Metering Reform

The Florida legislature should take steps to bring solar power into the open market as an equal participant.

Ryan Lanier March 1, 2022
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Florida Should not Adopt California-Style Regulations

The Florida legislature should reject HB 9 and prevent the state from becoming like California.

Thomas Schatz March 1, 2022
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Broadband Funding Should Be Tied to Accurate FCC Broadband Maps

Accurate broadband deployment maps are critical to ensuring taxpayer dollars are not wasted on duplication.

Deborah Collier February 24, 2022
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Vital Regulatory Reforms for Satellite Operations

Members of Congress have proposed key legislation to enable the continued growth of American aerospace.

Sean Kennedy February 18, 2022
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Alaskans are Getting Conned by Current Certificate of Need Laws

Alaska's outdated CON laws create barriers to affordable and accessible healthcare. 

Christina Herrin February 18, 2022
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The Time has Come for Increased Spectrum Coordination

Federally spectrum coordination needs improvement. NTIA and FCC have taken a first step with the Spectrum Coordination Initiative.

Deborah Collier February 18, 2022
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IRS Backlog Already Threatening 2022 Tax Season

Taxpayers should expect long wait times to receive a refund or an answer to their questions. 

Eric Maus February 17, 2022
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States Should Push for a National Privacy Framework

Instead of adopting costly and harmful data privacy bills, states should put pressure on Congress to adopt a national framework.

Ryan Lanier February 16, 2022
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IRS Reverses Facial Recognition Requirements in Win for Taxpayer Privacy

The IRS' reversal on facial recognition technology is a win for taxpayers, but the IRS will always be looking for new powers.

Eric Maus February 11, 2022

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