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Repeal IPAB Before It’s Too Late!

Don’t Allow Bureaucrats to Ration Health Care.



NTU Applauds the Senate for Passage of the MOBILE NOW Act

The MOBILE NOW Act has passed the Senate and will now be considered in the House of Representatives.


CBO’s Unexpected Take on Repealing Cost-Sharing Reduction Payments

CBO's estimate for repealing the CRS subsidy is exceedingly high.


House Panel Begins Push for Tax Reform

Just over 31 years ago, President Ronald Reagan signed into law the Tax Reform Act of 1986.


NTU Supports Bill to Reduce Taxpayer Exposure from the GSEs

NTU urges Congress to support HR 3556 to share housing finance risk with the private sector.


Forward-Thinking States Set the Example for Adoption of Transformative Blockchain Policy

Bitcoin has the potential to be a global currency, and blockchain has the ability to create a safe and efficient way to carry out these transactions.


The Budget Control Act Saved $7,400 per Household, Reset Spending on Lower Path

Lawmakers should consider what has been achieved before sweeping away BCA.


Major Changes Needed to Promote Bitcoin

Bitcoin has just reached a record high value, but current government regulations still make it an impractical form of daily currency.


Department of Labor Reexamines Job-Killing Overtime Rule

The "Overtime Rule" would hurt employees and small businesses, it should be repealed altogether - before it can strike again!

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