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White House Sends Welcome Signal on Puerto Rico Reforms

by Pete Sepp / /

There's hope for a shift in emphasis toward economic growth for the island. 


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SWAG Bag Politics in Government Funding Bill

by Nan Swift / /

The opportunity seemed ripe for putting together an appropriations package that cut spending, reduced the deficit, and prioritized conservative policies. Unfortunately H.R. 244, the Consolidated Appropriations Act (or omnibus), does few of these things.
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Coalition Tells Congress: No New Subsidies for Cotton

by Nan Swift / /

We oppose efforts to hijack the FY2017 appropriations process to increase taxpayer spending by padding the bottom lines of certain agricultural businesses.
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GAO Calls on Congress to Mothball Navy’s New Frigate Program

by Nan Swift / /

Why would the U.S. Navy want to risk taxpayer dollars to buy new ships before the design or cost estimates are finalized?
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FTC Leads Way on Regulatory Reforms

by Pete Sepp / /

The opportunities for taxpayers to make new history are brighter than they have been for quite some time.
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NTU Applauds ALEC’s Rich States, Poor States Study

by Clark Packard / /

Rich States, Poor States is a vital tool for state lawmakers as they look at ways to increase economic growth.
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Louisianans Would Lose with Drug-Pricing Plan

by Pete Sepp / /

Louisiana public officials would be well-advised to take a cautious step back from HB 436 and SB 59.
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Latest Report from Sen. Flake Makes the Case for Tax Reform

by Nan Swift / /

On Wednesday, Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) unveiled his latest compendium of government waste, taking on the Tax Code.
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DOL’s Fiduciary Rule: Good News, Bad News

by Clark Packard / /

DOL made the delay official on Friday, April 7, but unfortunately did not delay the effective date of the entire Rule.
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Obama’s FCC Legacy: Billions of Dollars Squandered

by Brandon Arnold / /

The 2016 wireless spectrum auction was supposed to be a win-win endeavor – bringing in tens of billions for taxpayers, while allowing innovative telecommunications companies to make use of a valuable resource. Unfortunately, the auction was a huge d
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