Publications : Op-Ed

Op-Ed 

Gov. Jim Pillen's desire to cut taxes laudable, but he should cut spending

by Mattias Gugel July 14, 2024

Op-Ed 

Pa.’s swipe fee cap — more harm than good for small businesses

by Mattias Gugel, Jess Ward July 09, 2024

Op-Ed 

Taxpayers Deserve the Right Formula for Federal Chemical Policy

by Pete Sepp June 27, 2024

Op-Ed 

Biden’s trade taxes to cost $3,000 per household over next decade

by Bryan Riley June 20, 2024

Op-Ed 

Voters Want Government to Stay Out of ESG Fight

by Brandon Arnold June 12, 2024

Op-Ed 

Voters want government to stay out of ESG fight

by Brandon Arnold June 12, 2024

Op-Ed 

Biden’s war on ‘junk fees’ misses the real problem

by Brandon Arnold April 15, 2024

Op-Ed 

Public option bodes ill for Nevada’s taxpayers and its Constitution

by Pete Sepp April 11, 2024

Op-Ed 

Tax cuts should always be in season for Montana

by Nicholas Johns March 15, 2024

Op-Ed 

Nevada public option is not just bad policy, it’s unconstitutional

by Pete Sepp, Robin Titus March 09, 2024

Op-Ed 

The anti-ESG backlash is playing out across the country as pensions and investments become a political football

by Pete Sepp March 07, 2024

Op-Ed 

Here’s Why Federal Tax Extensions Matter to Florida Now

by Mattias Gugel February 29, 2024

Op-Ed 

How red-light camera laws could help drive federal AI regulation

by Nicholas Johns February 15, 2024

Op-Ed 

Global AI Governance and the United Nations

by Ryan Nabil February 02, 2024