A pair of powerful senators, Debbie Stabenow, D-Michigan, and Lamar Alexander, R-Tennessee, and their allies in the House, are pushing to expand costly and ineffective federal subsidies for electric vehicles (EVs). However, the evidence finds that subsidizing electric vehicles is a bad idea for consumers, taxpayers and the environment. Read about this in Inside Sources.
Dr. Krisztina Pusok was interviewed by Shirley Rooker on consumer privacy and you can listen to the radio interview and podcast here.
Florida state insurance law has led to increased insurance rates for consumers with little or no benefit to them. The current Assignment of Benefits (AOB) rules have resulted in an extremely unlevel playing field involving on one side contractors and lawyers, and on the other side consumers and insurance companies. This has resulted in consumers […]
Government taxes and fees account for more than one-fifth of the price of a typical domestic flight, making air travel one of the highest-taxed sectors of the American economy. Travelers pay a 7.5 percent excise tax, a $4.10 fee per flight segment, a commercial jet fuel tax, and a $5.60 security fee per flight segment, […]
Most Americans are aware of Russia’s internet meddling with the reputation of candidates in the 2016 Presidential election. In the run up to election day in 2016, slanderous remarks were posted by trolls posing as opponents to Hillary Clinton. Other trolls posted character attacks on Presidential candidate Trump. Both sides urged readers to vehemently contradict […]
Governor Kemp has a bill to sign in Georgia, if encouraging the next generation of broadband, 5G, is important to his state. It should be and here is what is at stake. 5G is a wireless service about 70 times faster than today’s broadband network. The 5G network capacity will accommodate far more connections that […]
For the last six years, efforts to end the biggest scam in Florida’s insurance industry — AOB abuse — have repeatedly been stymied by special interests and a handful of powerful legislators. This year, Senator Doug Broxson, Chair of the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee, and Bob Rommel, Chair of the House Civil Justice Subcommittee, […]
Today, a coalition of nine organizations wrote a letter urging support for comprehensive privacy legislation. The letter is available online.
ACI joined a coalition letter to the Federal Communications Commission in support of its pending Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding its so-called “KidVid” regulations. With the advent of the internet and the significant transformations in the children’s video programming marketplace in recent decades, the current rules governing children’s educational program is ripe for reform and […]
Montana’s House Bill 617 is a case of government over-regulation. It interferes with private contracts, will raise costs for Montana automobile purchasers, and it puts consumers private data in jeopardy – all with no evident benefit to Montana citizens. Consumers deserve better. The letter is available here.