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Product safety is important to consumers. Modernization and innovation improve products and services for consumers and in many cases, makes products and services safer. Yet today, government action makes safety secondary to satisfying the demands of green activists and others seeking to protect their economic interests by using regulation.  Policymakers are increasingly considering regressive policies that would make products, foods, cosmetics, and many pharmaceuticals less safe, harder to find on store shelves, and more expensive. That’s the wrong direction for consumers and our country.
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Two Truths And A Lie: America’s Failure to Address Homelessness

Michele Steeb | Two Truths and a Lie
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FACT CHECK: Will Solving the Housing Crisis Solve The Homelessness Crisis?

Michele Steeb | Unicorn Fact Check
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Takeaways: America’s Failure to Address Homelessness

Michele Steeb | Takeaways
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Policy Focus: America’s Failure to Address Homelessness

Michele Steeb | Policy Focus
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Two Truths And A Lie: Climate Change

Mandy Gunasekara | Two Truths and a Lie
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New York City Can Solve Subway Crime Problem Without National Guard

Maggie Cleary | Op-Ed
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Anna Giaritelli: The Impact of Rising Crime and the Latest on the Border

Beverly Hallberg & Anna Giaritelli | She Thinks Podcast
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Florida’s Social Media Ban for Children Imposes a Privacy Tax on All Online Users

Tahmineh Dehbozorgi | Op-Ed
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Most ‘Squatters’ Don’t Own Squat

Jill Jacobson | Op-Ed
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The REAL Reason Violence Against Women Is Rising

Lyndsey Fifield | Blog
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Wearing Masks At Protests Abdicates Responsibility. And That’s The Point

Ellie Krasne-Cohen | Op-Ed
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Prosecuting crimes can fix DC’s crime problem

Maggie Cleary | Op-Ed

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