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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 On a regular basis, policymakers and agencies should review all regulations and eliminate those that prove to be outdated, ineffective, or harmful.
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EIA: Wind Generation Decrease Due to Slower Wind Speeds

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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Is California’s Narrow Homelessness Vote The Beginning Of The End Of ‘Housing First’?

Michele Steeb | Op-Ed
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It’s Time to Take Solopreneurs Seriously

Jennifer Oliver O’Connell | Op-Ed
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How the Credit Card Competition Act Could Disadvantage Small Businesses

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
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CON Laws Are Squeezing The Aging Population Out Of Care Facilities

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
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6 Eye-Popping Stats on (Women-Owned) Small Businesses

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
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Biden Administration Returns to Embrace Obama’s ‘Net Neutrality’

Carrie Sheffield | Blog
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Two Truths And A Lie: Climate Change

Mandy Gunasekara | Two Truths and a Lie
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An Eye-Popping Visualization of the Massive Increase in U.S. Interest Payments

Eleanor Bartow | Blog
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Throwing Alaskans To the Wolves For Earth Day

Sarah Montalbano | Blog
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CON Laws Are Killing Medical Innovation

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
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Biden’s Climate Change Policy Is Making Housing Less Affordable

Eleanor Bartow | Op-Ed

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