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Too many individuals are deprived of their freedoms and ability to engage in commerce because of burdensome, unnecessary regulations. While we all want basic regulations that protect against harm and abuse, many regulations do not do this, but instead stifle competition needlessly, create costly red tape, reduce options for workers and consumers, and serve to enrich the politically-connected. On a regular basis, policymakers and agencies should review all regulations and eliminate those that prove to be outdated, ineffective, or harmful.
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FERC Transmission Order “Gift” to Solar and Wind

Sarah Montalbano | Blog
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FDIC’s Martin Gruenberg exposes the Left’s #MeToo hypocrisy 

Patrice Onwuka | Op-Ed
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Black Businesses Are Getting Crushed Under The Biden-Harris Economic Agenda

Patrice Onwuka | Op-Ed
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It’s Time for Gruenberg to Pack His Bags

Carrie Sheffield | Op-Ed
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Independent Women’s Forum, Independent Women’s Voice Call for Reforms, Leadership Change at the FDIC

Press Team, Patrice Onwuka & Carrie Sheffield | Press Release
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Carbon Offsetting Can’t Escape Controversy

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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Bernie Sanders’ plan to reduce the work week to 32 hours will lead to nowhere

Dr. Keri D. Ingraham | Op-Ed
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JPMorgan Report: Carbon-Free Energy Transition Needs ‘Reality Check’

Sarah Montalbano | Blog
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The CON Hall Of Shame

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
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Bye, Bye Noncompetes

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
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IWF Responds to Presidential Veto of Congressional Review Act to Overturn the Joint Employer Rule

Press Team & Patrice Onwuka | Press Release
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EIA: Wind Generation Decrease Due to Slower Wind Speeds

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog

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