Your Internet Prices Could Go Up Due to Taxes: ACI Quoted in Multichannel News

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The following quote comes from Multichannel News and the entire piece can be read online: “Internet Service Providers currently pay taxes, as do many other businesses. Telecommunications services and public utility services also pay taxes, but generally higher rates. The Internet Tax Freedom Act does not change any of that,” said ACI President Steve Pociask. “As […]

ACI Capitol Hill Event Highlights Benefits of Biosimilars Competition for Patients and Taxpayers

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The American Consumer Institute Center for Citizen Research (ACI) today hosted an event on Capitol Hill bringing together a panel of experts highlighting the dramatic benefits that unimpeded biosimilars competition would mean for both patients and taxpayers. The event was held as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is […]

ACI in CNBC: The Elephant in the Room this Holiday Season

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This piece, published at CNBC, discusses credit card fraud and its risks to consumers.  Surprisingly, one solution to fix this fraud, Chip and PIN technology, has been around for 15 years and used in Europe for over a decade with great success.  Maybe it is time for the U.S. to move away from its 1970s stripe […]

The Hill: The FAA’s Fright or Flight

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The Holiday season is officially here and, as of Black Friday, at full tilt. For many, this time of year is about shopping, giving and good tidings. But, for those of us traveling, the season’s holidays bring a certain level of high anxiety. Travels during the holidays are certainly one of the most frantic times, […]

Regulations Could Soon Increase Your Broadband Prices

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This piece, written for the American Enterprise Institute’s Tech Policy Daily blog explains why regulating broadband service providers like public utilities will guarantee that consumers will pay substantially more for their broadband services.  To read or print the piece, visit the AEI’s TechPolicyDaily.Com.