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Pennsylvania's Failed Experiment in Flexible Pricing

Although it received practically no attention at the time, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 included a small but significant provision tailored towards temporarily relieving the heavy tax burden placed on small American breweries that make up about 95 percent of the marketplace. This seemingly innocuous provision lowered the federal excise tax, cutting small domestic brewers tax burden in half.

06/17/2019
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Capitol Hill Update: June 17, 2019

The House and Senate are in session this week.

06/17/2019
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Capitol Hill Update: June 10, 2019

The House and Senate are in session this week.

06/10/2019
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Capitol Hill Update: June 3, 2019

The House and Senate are in session this week.

06/03/2019
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Allowing STELAR to Expire Will Bring Regulatory and Market Parity

There are few markets that have changed more in the last 30 years than video distribution. When Congress passed the Satellite Home Viewer Act in 1988, it intended to favor the fledging home satellite industry so it could grow to compete with cable. Today, the satellite industry is a multibillion-dollar industry that has close to a 30 percent share of the paid television market and, in addition to cable providers, there is a robust and flourishing over-the-top marketplace. Yet vestiges of this legislation – it’s most recent iteration is known as STELAR – persist to favor the home satellite industry at least until it is scheduled to sunset this year on December 31.

05/28/2019
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Capitol Hill Update: May 12, 2019

The House and Senate are in session this week.

05/13/2019
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Capitol Hill Update: May 6, 2019

The House and Senate are in session this week.

05/06/2019
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Coalition Letter: Don't Bust the Spending Caps

On Monday, FreedomWorks sent a coalition letter to Senate Majority Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and House Minority Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) urging them not to agree to deal that would bust the discretionary spending caps. Signers to the letter include Adam Brandon of FreedomWorks, Jonathan Bydlak of the Coalition to Reduce Spending, Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform, Pete Sepp of the National Taxpayers Union, and David McIntosh of the Club for Growth. The text of the letter is below and a PDF of the letter and the signers can be found here.

04/29/2019
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Capitol Hill Update: April 29, 2019

The House and Senate are in session this week.

04/29/2019
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Congress Can't Restrain Itself: Federal Spending After the Budget Control Act

On Tuesday, House Democrats pulled the Bankrupting the People Act, H.R. 2021, from consideration on the floor because of divisions within the caucus. This bill, as written, would bust the discretionary spending caps by $360.8 billion over the next two fiscal years and mark the fifth time Congress has busted the spending caps since 2013. FreedomWorks had issued a key vote against H.R. 2021.

04/11/2019

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