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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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Without Massive Reforms, Budget Outlook Bleak

by Nan Swift / /

The Congressional Budget Office's (CBO) latest "Long Term Budget Outlook" paints a dire picture of our fiscal future.
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Department of Labor Acts to Delay Fiduciary Rule

by Clark Packard / /

The DOL sent notification of its intention to delay the Rule to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review.
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New Study Highlights Benefits of International Trade for the Rail Industry

by Clark Packard / /

The study confirms that the rail system is central to the United States' successes in the global market.
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Senate Passes Flake’s Legislation to Strike Down Disastrous FCC Privacy Rule

by Clark Packard / /

Last fall, the FCC asserted its right to regulate online privacy.
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Acosta Hearing a Positive Step in Delay of Ill-Conceived Fiduciary Rule

by Clark Packard / /

NTU continues to believe the Fiduciary Rule as currently drafted is unworkable, too expensive, and should be either amended or withdrawn entirely.
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