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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 On a regular basis, policymakers and agencies should review all regulations and eliminate those that prove to be outdated, ineffective, or harmful.
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Congress shouldn’t let this Department of Labor rule stand

Patrice Onwuka & Karen Anderson | Op-Ed
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Independent Women’s Forum Leads the Fight Against Devastating New Independent Contractor Rule 

Press Team | Press Release
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IWF Signs Independent Contracting Coalition Letter

Carrie Lukas | Letters
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CON Laws Clearly Hurt Patients, So How Have They Survived This Long?

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
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5 Takeaways from March’s Lackluster Jobs Report

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
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Watered Down Clothes Washer and Dryer Rules Still Problematic for Consumers 

Makenna McCoy | Blog
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Update: Congress Introduces Repeal of Independent Contractor Regs

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
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Patrice Onwuka: Why Rent Control is a Failed Solution

Beverly Hallberg & Patrice Onwuka | She Thinks Podcast
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BlackRock Isn’t Breaking Up With ESG Quite Yet

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
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CON Laws Limit Women’s Choices In Childbirth Location

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
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Watch out — California’s damaging gig workers law is going nationwide 

Jennifer Oliver O’Connell | Op-Ed
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5 Ways to Boost Worker Freedom for Women

Patrice Onwuka | Blog

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