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Taxpayers Get Hosed In Water Resources Fight

by Nan Swift / /

The Senate-passed Water Resources Developement Act of 2016 was a step backwards in reforming the Army Corps of Engineers.
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NTU Endorses House's Dodd-Frank Replacement

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Thankfully the CHOICE Act offers a strong alternative to Dodd-Frank and the regulatory morass it created.
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10 Bills That Can Bypass Congressional Gridlock

by Nan Swift / /

NTU Releases 6th Annual "No-Brainers" List
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USPS Fails to Make Another Delivery

by Pete Sepp / /

Earlier this week the Postal Service reported yet another quarterly financial loss, and once again, Americans are being forced to parse numbers.
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A Victory for the Free Market: Federal Court Rebukes the FCC

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At issue in the case was whether the FCC could preempt state laws restricting government-owned broadband networks (GONs).
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Army Corps of Engineers Kicks Sand in the Face of Taxpayers

by Andy Truelove / /

Every year, millions in state and federal tax dollars are spent to heap tons of sand on America's beaches.
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Irresponsible TPP Letter Misses the Mark on Trade

by Clark Packard / /

Yesterday, a group of six Republican members of Congress sent a letter to President Obama demanding his administration renegotiate the TPP.
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House Takes Steps to Protect the Power of the Purse

by Andy Truelove / /

House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chairman Peter Roskam (IL-6) recently convened a hearing entitled, "Defying the Constitution: The Administration's Unlawful Funding of the Cost Sharing Reduction Program,
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Common Ground on Tax Reform

by Andy Truelove / /

Our friends at the Taxpayers Protection Alliance hosted a standing-room only briefing entitled "Independence Day 2.0: Freedom from Our Outdated Tax Code,
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2016 Democratic Party Platform – Financial Services

by Clark Packard / /

Dodd-Frank, passed in 2010, dramatically overhauled America's financial sector, yet economic growth has been sclerotic and capital remains sidelined.
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