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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to believe the Fiduciary Rule as currently drafted is unworkable, too expensive, and should be either amended or withdrawn entirely.
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"Skinny Budget" Short on Savings

by Nan Swift / /

The White House "skinny budget" and defense supplemental ignore opportunities for waste reduction and fail to address our long-term fiscal challenges.
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In Air or on Rails, Taxpayers Deserve Smarter Regulation

by Pete Sepp / /

Rails, roads, pipes, waterways, fibers, and airwaves can soar to a brighter future.
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Myths and Facts: American Health Care Act

by Nan Swift / /

To reverse the damage of Obamacare root and branch we need to get past these unconstructive myths.
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Blockchain: A Free Market Solution to Government Burden

by Timothy Howland / /

Newly viable public technologies show promise that reducing government burden, and excess budgetary waste, is within reach.
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Earmark Discussion Feels Like Déjà Vu All Over Again

by Nan Swift / /

Some Members of Congress are making a serious push to bring back earmarks, and with it, the pork barrel politics of yesteryear.
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Will Virginia Lead the Way on 5G Technology?

by Clark Packard / /

The Virginia General Assembly is currently debating legislation that would make the state a leader in telecommunications and innovation.
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NTU Supports Congressional Review of FCC’S Privacy Rule

by Clark Packard / /

In November, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) finalized its disastrous Broadband Privacy Order on a party line 3-2 vote.
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