Politicians seeking to punish consumers for buying sugary drinks have seized upon a convenient scapegoat, but they have ignored principles of sound tax policy. The D.C. Council should learn the lessons of the past. You can read this op-ed by visiting The Hill.
ACI’s Director of Policy and Research, Dr. Krisztina Pusok, testified before the Council of the District of Columbia’s Committee on Transportation and Environment on the economic and consumer benefits of deploying wireless broadband (5G) technology in the city. Her comments are available here.
Yesterday, the DC Taxi Commission held hearings on new regulations that would help to put a burgeoning startup company out of business, along with imposing massive hurdles that would stop any new business in the transportation industry getting off the ground. The company being threatened is Uber, an innovative new company that allows users to […]
A couple of weeks ago, the Washington DC city council was considering a new measure that would protect the cab industry from competition by artificially inflating prices for consumers. The legislation was aimed at stopping the spread of a new startup that’s spreading in cities across the country, and recently becoming very popular amongst those […]