In every sector — manufacturing, energy, medicine, food, work flexibility, education — innovative products and ideas are improving conditions for workers, consumers, individuals and families.  In contrast, government actions — onerous regulations, higher taxes, and product bans — reduce choice and discourage innovation. This is not to say that the government should have no role in regulating industries, but regulations should be used only to advance legitimate safety concerns and not needlessly prevent progress.

Competition Protects Consumers, Not Protection From Government

Congress is trying to implement long-awaited consumer privacy reforms, but the latest iteration risks endangering competition and deepening power disparities within the market. Last month, the House Energy and Commerce Committee voted (53-2) to advance the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA), a bipartisan bill…

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