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FreedomWorks to Congress: Stop Obama’s Midnight Regulations

Following the introduction of the Midnight Rule Relief Act by Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) and Rep. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.), FreedomWorks Legislative Affairs Manager Josh Withrow commented:

02/26/2016
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The Absurdity of Regulation

Combating the kraken-like reach of the regulatory state is one of FreedomWorks major initiatives for 2016. While the constitution grants Congress the power to legislate, recent administrations have chosen to circumvent this authority, using regulatory agencies instead to advance their agenda and create de facto laws. Regulations are especially dangerous to liberty, because those craft them are not elected and therefore not accountable to the people. For this reason, rules are often arbitrary, capricious, and selectively enforced. Sometimes, they are downright absurd.

01/26/2016
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Stephen Moore visits Charleston for pre-debate luncheon

On Wednesday, January 13, more than 100 FreedomWorks activists gathered for a pre-debate luncheon at Sticky Fingers Ribhouse in downtown Charleston, South Carolina to hear FreedomWorks Senior Economic Contributor, Stephen Moore, brief them on what to expect in tonight’s G.O.P. debate.

01/14/2016

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