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Creating Consumer Choice for Contact Lenses
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Creating Consumer Choice for Contact Lenses

09/09/2003
Testimony: Support the "Fairness to Contact Lens Consumers Act"
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Testimony: Support the "Fairness to Contact Lens Consumers Act"

09/09/2003
Going Postal
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Going Postal

On July 31st, after several months of deliberation, discussion and testimony, the President’s Postal Commission unveiled its recommendations for reforming the US Postal Service. Disappointingly, the postal monopoly emerged unthreatened and the best recommendations were far from great. Worse, the best recommendations still face the gauntlet of political approval, which usually leaves good ideas mangled by compromise. However, we should not miss the silver lining while looking for gold.

08/27/2003
CSE Key Votes H.R. 2427, Drug-Reimportation
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CSE Key Votes H.R. 2427, Drug-Reimportation

July 22, 2003 Dear U.S. Representative: On behalf of the 280,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I urge you to vote NO on H.R. 2427, the “Pharmaceutical Market Access Act of 2003.”

07/22/2003
Unmasking the Regulators
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Unmasking the Regulators

BY Susan E Dudley

Volume 26; Issue 2; ISSN: 01470590 THE REGULATORS: Anonymous Power Brokers in American Politics by Chicly Skrzycki 256 pp., Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield

07/01/2003
Economy needs regulatory reform as much as tax cuts
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Economy needs regulatory reform as much as tax cuts

BY Alice Click

Tax cuts aren't the only answer to kickstarting the economy. For consumers, this means higher prices and fewer jobs. The burden from excessive regulation and litigation also slow the economy. Regulatory reform is just as important as tax reform for strengthening the economy.

07/01/2003
Economy Needs Regulatory Reform as Much as Tax Cuts
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Economy Needs Regulatory Reform as Much as Tax Cuts

BY Alice Click

Tax cuts aren't the only answer to kickstarting the economy. For consumers, this means higher prices and fewer jobs. The burden from excessive regulation and litigation also slow the economy. Regulatory reform is just as important as tax reform for strengthening the economy.

07/01/2003
CSE Calls for Repeal of New York City Rent Controls
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CSE Calls for Repeal of New York City Rent Controls

Earlier this month, the New York state legislature extended rent controls in New York City, continuing to set prices well below-market on many NYC apartments. The extension occurred only after an acrimonious political debate that included the NY City Council paying to send busloads of pro-rent control protestors to Albany.

06/30/2003
Letter to Secretary Snow on Regulatory Reform
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Letter to Secretary Snow on Regulatory Reform

Secretary John Snow Secretary of the United States Treasury 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20220 Dear Secretary Snow, A few weeks ago, you had asked for our ideas on the next round of tax cuts. I hope what we provided was helpful. I am writing today to suggest an additional front that the administration could open on the economy: regulatory reform.

06/27/2003
Media's Malpractice in Coverage of ImClone
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Media's Malpractice in Coverage of ImClone

BY Matt Kibbe

The timing of your June 3 editorial "Erbitux and the Press" was wonderful, running exactly one year from the day my surgeon declared my body cancer-free. During the winter of 2002 I had the unique experience of watching the press commit mass journalistic malpractice on ImClone as I watched television and read newspapers while lying on my hospital bed undergoing chemotherapy. Regardless of whom Martha Stewart talked to before she sold, the real crime was the lost potential and lost lives caused by the FDA's bureaucratic delays of a cancer treatment with real promise. But no serious reporter, save those at the Journal's editorial page, even thought to ask the right questions.

06/06/2003

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