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Free Market Coalition Urges Indiana General Assembly to Reject Unconstitutional Tax Grab

by NTU Staff / /


An Open Letter to the Indiana House of Representatives: Reject S.B. 545’s Unconstitutional Tax Grab


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Free Market Organizations Urge Congress to Repeal Price Controls on Interchange Fees

by Pete Sepp / /

Repealing the Durbin Amendment must remain a high priority.
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NTU Files Comments to FTC on Proposed Contact Lens Rule Changes

by Pete Sepp / /

On behalf of NTU, I offer the following comments in regard to proposed changes to the Contact Lens Rule, 16 CFR Part 315, Project No. R511995.
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Protect Families and Businesses from Unnecessary Tax Increases: Enact the Global Trade Accountability Act

by Brandon Arnold / /

We, the undersigned free market organizations, urge you to support S. 177, the "Global Trade Accountability Act"
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Free Market Coalition Urges Wyoming Legislature to Reject Unconstitutional Tax Scheme

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An Open Letter to the Wyoming Legislature: Reject H.B. 19's Unconstitutional Tax Grab
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Free Market Groups Ask New Administration to Ease Lending Restrictions

by Pete Sepp / /

We urge you to preserve the member business-lending rule of the National Credit Union Administration.
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Vote Alert 

Regulatory Accountability Vote Takes Aim at Red Tape

by Nan Swift / /

NTU urges all Representatives to vote "YES" on H.R. 5, the "Regulatory Accountability Act."
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Vote Alert 

REINS Act Could Slow Regulatory Tsunami

by Nan Swift / /

NTU urges all Representatives to vote "YES" on H.R. 26, "Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act of 2017."
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Blog 

Puerto Rico Task Force Report: Hope for 2017?

by Pete Sepp / /

This week the much-awaited report from the Congressional Task Force on Economic Growth in Puerto Rico was delivered to the House and Senate.
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NTU Expresses Concern With Proposed North Carolina Tax Rules

by Clark Packard / /

If the Proposed Rules stand, they would implement a market-based sourcing for apportionment purposes.
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