Coalition Opposes Continuing Taxpayer Funded Energy Subsidies

Today, ACI joined twenty-three other nonprofit organizations in opposition to extending production tax credits and investment tax credits that are used to subsidize solar and wind energy. The intent of the subsidies was to give initial support these “infant” industries. Now, after years of support and an established foothold for these industries, solar and wind […]

Coalition Letter Supports Efforts to Help in the Economic Recovery from COVID

ACI joined a large coalition of groups in support of the expansion of full expensing provisions in the U.S. tax code. The CREATE JOBS Act proposes to allow business investments, Research and Development, and capital expenditures in rental and commercial structures to be fully expensed, rather than depreciated. That provision will act as an bold […]

ACI Files with the EPA Requesting a Chemical Risk Evaluation of D4

Today, ACI filed comments with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), requesting the EPA to conduct a timely, transparent, and scientifically-sound risk assessment of D4 (octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane). In our comments, ACI emphasized that conducting a timely risk assessment of D4 will further help provide clarity for consumers and business owners on this chemical substance. You can read the EPA filing online.

Coalition Letter Calls for Liability Protections to be Included in the Next COVID Relief Bill

A coalition of 20 Groups sent a letter to House and Senate leadership asking that that the next COVID-19 relief bill include liability protections for businesses, schools, and nonprofits in compliance with public health guidelines. The letter, which was also signed by ACI, strongly supports Congressional efforts to ensure that liability protections for innovative companiesare […]

Coalition Opposes Expansion of CMS Regulations

Today, a group of 28 organizations, including ACI, sent a letter to the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in opposition to proposed regulations that would demand additional rebates from drug prices, including drugs that may have applications for patients during the current COVID crisis. The letter explains the many unintended […]

Coalition Sends a Letter to Congress in Opposition to the SCRIPT Act

Today, ACI joined fifteen other organizations in opposing the Stopping Censorship, Restoring Integrity, and Protecting Talkies Act, the SCRIPT Act (S. 3835). While the bill attempts to address Chinese censorship of U.S. films, it would have a number of unintended consequences that would harm U.S. artists and film producers. The letter is available online.

Video: “Repacking the Airwaves” Event

Do you watch over-the-air television? If so, you might have seen a message over the past three years urging you to rescan your television. That’s because, for the past 39 months, the country has been moving through the “broadcast repack,” where some TV stations, following the FCC’s broadcast television incentive auction, switched their frequencies to […]

Principles to a Federal Response Due to COVID-19

As Congress considers a federal response to state and local budget strains caused by the COVID-19 crisis, a coalition of over 30 organizations, including the American Consumer Institute, sent a letter to Congress spelling out the principles needed for such a federal response — namely, be direct, transparent, fair, and responsible. You can read the […]

ACI Joins Coalition in Opposition to Special Interest Corporate Subsidies

Today, ACI signed onto a coalition letter in opposition to the “Moving Forward Act.” The Act would renew investment/production tax credits and subsidize well-capitalized, politically connected corporations at the expense of struggling consumers. The full letter is available online.