Real Clear Health: America Needs Federal Telehealth Licensure Legislation

A federal law is needed to allow telehealth providers to see patients across state lines. That would long way to mitigate the consequences of physician shortages, and it will save consumers costs and provide another avenue for healthcare service delivery. Read this op-ed in Real Clear Health

Pass the Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

On December 2, 2020, the United States Senate voted to pass S.386/H.R.1004 The Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act (FHSIA). If the House and Senate can resolve their differences, and President Trump signs the bill into law, it would mark the most significant piece of immigration reform since President Johnson signed the Immigration and Nationality […]

Morning Consult — OECD Tax Plan: Joe, Just Say No

As President-elect Joe Biden prepares to take office and make good on his promise to reverse the Trump tax cuts, he should do everything within his power to avoid piling on with a heavy dose of new international taxes. With the United States squarely in its sights, a recent Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development tax […]

Chairman Pai’s Rural Legacy

On November 30, 2020, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai announced his intention to step down from his position on January 20, 2020. Chairman Pai’s decision to resign his post will allow President-Elect Biden to pick his own Chairman. While Pai’s tenure was widely seen by those on the left as one of the most […]

Town Hall: PRO Act Will Harm Contractors and Consumers

It seems legislators at every level are intent on cracking down on independent contractor work. Unsurprisingly, California was the first to propose restrictions by establishing a three-pronged test that would determine whether a worker should be classified as an independent contractor or a traditional employee. Shortly after, state legislators in New Jersey, Wisconsin, Illinois, Oregon, and Washington all proposed […]

“Most Favored Nation” Scheme May Lower Prices, But It Won’t Help Medicare Beneficiaries

Back in September, President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order that instructed the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to design a “payment model” that would see Medicare Part B beneficiaries and the federal government pay “no more than the most-favored-nation price” for medication. Last week, the HHS announced it will test a Most […]

DOJ Should Not Follow in Europe’s Footsteps

Throughout 2020, the federal government and the U.S. Congress have been investigating and suing big tech companies for violating outdated antitrust statutes that date back to the 1890s and erroneously presume big is bad. First, the House Judiciary Committee released its long-awaited report calling for the structural separation of big tech companies, and then the […]

Sustainable Packaging: What Consumers Should Know This Thanksgiving

While the Thanksgiving holiday will look a bit different this year, there will still be plenty of small gatherings and delicious home cooked meals. With those home cooked meals and extra food comes excess household product packaging, which makes up 65 percent of household trash, a figure that will likely be higher this Thanksgiving holiday. […]

Proposition 24 Is Bad for California and Bad for America

On November 3rd, California voters passed Proposition 24, enshrining the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA) into state law, and expanding the consumer privacy protections established by the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). Unfortunately for Californians, CPRA imposes far too many financial burdens on businesses that will stifle innovation and centralize market […]