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Regulatory Action Center Review - December 5, 2018

1) Video of the Week: This video details 25 government regulations that wildly overstep the bounds of proper, constitutional governance.

12/05/2018
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Regulatory Action Center Review - November 15, 2018

1) Video of the Week: In this video, the Cato Institute’s Ryan Bourne and Vanessa Brown Calder joined Diane Katz of the Heritage Foundation to talk about federal regulations that disproportionately harm low income Americans.

11/15/2018
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The Regulatory Review for April 7 - 20, 2018

Welcome to FreedomWorks Foundation’s sixth regulatory review! Our Regulatory Action Center proudly updates you with our favorite tidbits from the swamp. We want to smash barriers between bureaucracy and the American people by delivering regulatory news straight to FreedomWorks activists. Check back in two Fridays for the next edition.

04/24/2018
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FreedomWorks Applauds Commissioner Carr’s Plan to Foster 5G Rollout and Innovation

FreedomWorks President Adam Brandon issued the following statement on FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr’s speech announcing the next step in the Commission’s wireless infrastructure plan:

02/28/2018
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Mobile Now is a Step in the Right Direction for Broadband Innovation

This Thursday, the Senate Commerce Committee unanimously voted in favor of the Mobile Now Act, a bipartisan effort introduced by Senator John Thune, which would open up large amounts of broadband spectrum, currently being used by the government, to commercial and unlicensed use. Proposals like the Mobile Now are exactly the steps the nation should be taking in encouraging rapid innovation in the broadband marketplace.

03/03/2016