Second Attempt at Privacy and Justice

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Senators Hatch, Coons and Heller have introduced the LEADs Act in the Senate. The bill would establish a framework for how the U.S. government can access data stored abroad during the course of a criminal investigation.  Alan Daley’s new piece, published in today’s Daily Caller, discusses why this bill is so important in protects U.S. economic interests abroad.   

ACI in The Hill: Internet Regs Will Harm Consumers

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This month, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will likely approve net neutrality rules which will, for the first time, impose significant federal regulatory authority on Internet services and over Internet Service Providers (ISPs). After nearly a decade of intense clamoring by advocacy groups, who have called for a “free” and “neutral” and “open” Internet, net […]

ACI on Florida’s Insurance Problem

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Alan Daley has an op-ed that highlights the urgency for insurance reform in Florida.  The piece is available online in The Tallahassee Democrat.   The Calm before the Financial Storm Florida has a government-run entity called Citizens Property Insurance Corporation that was created to insure consumers and small businesses who cannot find an insurer offering […]

Time to Revisit Trucking Regulations

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President Obama’s State of the Union Address calls for improving our road and bridge infrastructure, as well reducing carbon emissions.  Our latest op-ed shows that increasing LTL trailer length will improve road efficiency, use less diesel, save lives and reduce consumer prices — a big win without increasing costs to taxpayers.  To read the piece, visit the Daily Caller.