Patriot News: Drug Affordability Boards Will Backfire, Harm Consumers

The coronavirus outbreak has become a worldwide emergency, and has led to serious concerns about medical shortages, including the availability of prescription drugs. While some states, including Pennsylvania, are trying to cap the price of prescription drugs, sometimes by creating so-called “affordability boards,” their policies will only lead to greater shortages and threaten public health. […]

Pennsylvania Consumers Will Benefit from Cooperative 5G Siting Regulations

The next generation of broadband, 5G, runs as a wireless service about 70 times faster than today’s broadband network. The 5G network capacity will accommodate far more connections that are available today. In the wider community, 5G will support the operation of driverless vehicles to transport people and goods. Telemedicine will operate between clinics, patients […]

Pennsylvanians Are Ready For 5G Wireless Broadband

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is set to vote on March 22nd on a plan to streamline wireless infrastructure regulations, putting the U.S. on a firmer path to win the race to 5G. Of course, many Americans today would happily prefer to ignore the latest developments taking place inside our nation’s capital. But when it […]

ACI in Pittsburgh Gazette: PA’s Heavy Hand in Private Contracts

Imagine an instance where McDonald’s was mandated to purchase fries from Burger King – or GM was required to buy auto parts from Ford. Intuitively and economically, this does not make sense. Yet, that is exactly what the legislature is trying to do in Pennsylvania. The two parties in question though do not make fries […]