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Fiscal Conservatives Should be Cautiously Optimistic About Gorsuch Nomination

by Clark Packard / /

By all accounts, President Trump's nominee to the United States Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, is well-qualified.
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Taxpayers Have Much to Gain from 5G Technology, Study Shows

by Clark Packard / /

As policymakers look at ways to increase economic growth in the coming years, deploying 5G broadband shows enormous promise.
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Letters 

Require Comptroller General to Deliver Fiscal State of the Nation

by Clark Packard / /

On behalf of National Taxpayers Union (NTU), I write in support of your legislation, H. Con. Res. 8.
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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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Congress Should Reject 'Buy American' Protectionism

by Clark Packard / /

Congress should stand up for taxpayers and reject the Buy American provision in the water infrastructure bill.
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Recent Reports Highlight Troubling Trends for Wireless Users in the Northeast

by Clark Packard, Rob Shrum / /

The top priority of all governments should be protecting citizens in a fiscally responsible and transparent manner.
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Vote Alert 

NTU urges Representatives to vote “YES” on Bipartisan Legislation to Improve SIFI Designation Criteria

by Clark Packard / /

NTU urges all Representatives to vote "YES" on H.R. 6392, the "Systemic Risk Designation Improvement Act of 2016."
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Revisiting Justice Scalia’s Quill Opinion

by Clark Packard / /

In Quill, Justice Scalia wrote, "Congress has the final say over regulation of interstate commerce ..."
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Ohio Supreme Court Decision Is Troubling for Taxpayers

by Clark Packard / /

The case raises profound questions about the limits of state governments.
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CFTC Rule: Little Scrutiny, Lots of Pitfalls

by Clark Packard / /

The crux of Reg. AT would allow the CFTC to force regulated companies to turn over their automated trading algorithms to the government without a subpoena.
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