While the Lower Health Care Costs Act is intended to increase competition and patient access to lower cost medicines, section 205 of the bill needs to address FDA concerns about the “parking” of generic applications. We believe generic manufacturers need to launch new medications into the market as soon as possible after approval. However, as […]
Today, the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Consumer Advisory Committee filed a recommendation on robocall block notification and critical call list development. The filing makes a recommendation to FCC Chairman Pai. This issue has been a high priority topic for the FCC. The filing can be read here.
Dear Members of Congress, On behalf of the undersigned organizations, representing taxpayer interests at the local, state, and federal level, we write to express our concern with legislative efforts to increase the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC). While we are open to solutions to address needs relating to infrastructure, we believe that placing additional financial burdens […]
Yesterday, ACI joined the Center for Individual Freedom and the American Legislative Council in filing a brief that discusses the importance that arbitration agreements play in the market. The entire brief is available online.
ACI talks on the Fox Business program Bulls and Bears about the negative consequences from the recent FDA e-cigarette ban. You can see part video here.
ACI joined the Center for Individual Freedom and the American Legislative Council in support of arbitration agreements and their important role supporting freemarkets. You can read the entire Amicus Brief online.
If you missed part one of our new webinar series you can watch it HERE now. On Tuesday, we gathered leading policy experts to tackle some of the toughest issues facing consumers in tech policy. Panelists discussed how future consumer protections are shaping up, from privacy legislation and what to do about robocalls, to the […]
Getting rid of mandatory public standards for biologics would undermine public trust and jeopardize the quality of medicines available to patients here in Maine, without tangible benefits to consumers. Your can read about this at The Portland Press Herald.
The United States Postal Service (USPS) has reported quarterly losses for over a decade and this past quarter appears to be no different. Today, USPS released its quarter three financials, losing $2.3 billion this past quarter and bringing the year’s total to $5.9 billion thus far. The induction of new leadership surrounding the agency will […]