ACI Joins Coalition in Support of New Healthcare Proposal

Today, a group of organizations representing millions of Americans wrote in support of a new healthcare plan — A Framework for Personalized, Affordable Care. The plan would replace the current Affordable Care Act, while empowering consumer choice, providing patient access to affordable coverage, and increasing innovation. The plan would also expand the size and role of […]

Inside Sources: Predictive Scheduling is Bad for Workers

In the gig-economy era where flexible work schedules have become the norm, certain cities like Chicago and Seattle haven’t got the message. In July, Chicago passed a predictive scheduling law, which makes employers post their schedules well in advance for hourly workers and then fine or penalize employers for making any changes to the set […]

New Study: Predictive Scheduling or Inflexible Scheduling?

Inflexible Scheduling: How Employees, Employers, and Consumers Are Hurt by Predictive Scheduling Laws A growing number of states and localities – including Philadelphia, New York City, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago and the state of Oregon – are adopting scheduling mandates that require employers to provide their employees with advance notice of their work schedules (two […]

ACI Joins Coalition in Opposition to the Pelosi Drug Tax Pan

Today, ACI joined 70 other organizations in opposition to the prescription drug pricing bill offered by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The bill would impose excise taxes up to 95% on hundreds of prescription medicines. You can read the coalition letter online. 10-15-19 Coalition Letter Opposed to Pelosi Drug Tax Plan

The Hill: Robocalls May Be Annoying, But Not All Are Bad

Although robocalls may be so irritating that it makes us choose not to answer phone numbers we don’t recognize, not all scams are masked as robocalls. There are legitimate notifications that deliver important information about your bank account, lab test results, weather alerts, and even more serious safety-related info. Read this op-ed to learn more. […]

Study: Addressing Privacy and Security Concerns with Distributed Tech without Impeding Innovation

In May 2018, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) published a warning notifying that Russian computer hackers had compromised hundreds of thousands of home and office routers and could collect user information or shut down network traffic. The Bureau then urged the owners of several brands of routers to turn them off and on again, and […]

Hill’s Congress Blog: The FDA Should Release Its Data on Youth Use of Tobacco

The FDA needs to release its data on teen vaping. Providing a comprehensive compilation of the facts to the public will provide transparency and assure that FDA regulators’ and the administration’s policies on vaping are well-informed and impactful for the whole country. American consumers deserve to know the facts. Read this op-ed in the Hill’s […]

Morning Consult: Stealth Regulations Are Taxing Low-Emissions Transportation

Protecting the environment and consumer prices are two issues that most Americans are concerned about. So it’s not surprising that federal bureaucrats have been purposefully quiet about proposals to impose sweeping new regulations that would hamper the country’s freight railroads — the most environmentally sound way to move freight over land — and do so […]

Taxing Credit Unions Will Hurt Consumers

Earlier this year, Iowa State University published a study that found same-sex couples were more likely to be denied a mortgage than heterosexual couples. To address this discrepancy, the first credit union to serve the LGBTQ community was formed this year in Michigan. Yet, not everyone supports credit unions. The Florida Bankers Association have long […]