Today, the FCC’s Consumer Advisory Committee filed a recommendation in regard to efforts to dramatically reduce unwanted robocalls. This recommendation dealt with caller ID authentication issues. The recommendation can be viewed here.
Today, ACI filed comments regarding the reporting requirements of exempt organizations. The filed comments are available here.
With the upcoming Surface Transportation Board hearings (on December 12th and 13th), ACI joined a coalition to call on Congress to resist attempts to increase rail regulations, which would only served to increase consumer prices and reduce industry investment. The coalition letter is available online.
This week, ACI joined a coalition of organizations in support of expanding and reforming the EB-5 Investor Visa Program. The letter was sent to the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary. To learn more about the issue, you can read this coalition letter online.
Today, ACI, along with 75 organizations and activists, sent a letter to Congress opposing Medicare-for-All legislation that includes provisions for the government to set prescription prices. The letter is available online.
Professors Fuhr and Blackstone, both senior fellows at ACI, published an article on biologic drugs for the Center for Biosimilars. The article is available online.
Today, ACI joined twenty-two other nonprofits in support of legislation that would reduce the cost of medications by providing Medicare patients access to lower-cost generic drugs and biosimilars. The letter is available online.
Today, ACI joined a coalition of more than a dozen consumer, tax and free-market organizations to sent a letter to the House and Senate regarding surprise medical billing. You can read the letter online.
A group of think tanks wrote a letter to concerns about any effort to cancel the Trump administration’s Risk Rating 2.0 initiative, whose implementation already has been delayed until October 2021, or to otherwise reverse hard-won policies that bring the deeply indebted NFIP closer to fiscal solvency. You can download the letter here.
How Labor Regulations are Raising Consumer Prices, Costing U.S. Jobs, and Impeding Economic Growth Service-providing industries are projected to account for more than 90 percent of the job growth in the U.S. economy before 2026, making the service sector the primary engine of the American global competitiveness and prosperity. Yet, a series of misguided legislative […]