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Congress Takes Step Towards Embracing Automotive Innovation

by Andrew Wilford / /

The proposal would establish a clear regulatory framework for companies involved in the development of autonomous vehicles.
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Single-Payer Health Plan Would Add Trillions to the Budget, Burden Millions of Taxpayers

by Demian Brady / /

If you think that the ACA has been a costly disaster, Sen. Sanders has an even bigger, costlier plan in store for health care.
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Tax Reform Should Finally End the Death Tax

by Andrew Wilford / /

Congress has a historic opportunity to ensure that death is no longer a taxable event.
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New CBO Direct Spending and Revenue Estimate Highlights ATC Reform’s Tax Cuts

by Demian Brady / /

CBO did not determine ATC reform would boost deficit by $100B in its plainly incomplete analysis excluding discretionary spending.
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CBO’s Unexpected Take on Repealing Cost-Sharing Reduction Payments

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CBO's estimate for repealing the CSR subsidy is exceedingly high.
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Forward-Thinking States Set the Example for Adoption of Transformative Blockchain Policy

by Ari Boosalis, Charles Morris / /

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

by Demian Brady / /

Lawmakers should consider what has been achieved before sweeping away BCA.
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Major Changes Needed to Promote Bitcoin

by Charles Morris / /

Bitcoin has just reached a record high value, but current government regulations still make it an impractical form of daily currency.
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How Would Competing House Budget Resolutions Address the Long-Term Debt?

by Demian Brady / /

A comparison of the budget resolutions offered by the Trump Administration, House Budget Committee, RSC, and Progressive Caucus.
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The IRS’s Increasing Reliance on “User Fees” Decreases Services & Options for Taxpayers

by Demian Brady, Ari Boosalis / /

The IRS is seeking ways to supplement its budget, but higher user fees could impose burdens on taxpayers.
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