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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to the Treasury Department and IRS’ proposed rule that would excuse tax-exempt political groups from automatically reporting their major donors to the agency, a move that would further protect donor privacy and Americans’ First Amendment rights, Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks President, commented:
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to the report that a record 157,878,000 Americans were employed in the month of August, an increase of 590,000 from July, Steve Moore, FreedomWorks Senior Economic Contributor, commented:
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s (D-Mich.) unilateral decision to ban flavored e-cigarettes, Jason Pye, FreedomWorks Foundation’s Vice President of Legislative Affairs, commented:
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- With the Senate coming back into session next Monday, September 9, FreedomWorks will once again urge Majority Leader McConnell (R-Ky.) to increase the rate at which the Senate confirms the 146 pending Trump Administration nominees.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to the attacks on United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli in the wake of the proposal addressing citizenship for children of members of the military born overseas, Noah Wall, FreedomWorks Vice President of Advocacy, commented:
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) recent attacks on FCC Chairman Ajit Pai for repealing burdensome federal regulations in order to expand rural broadband access, Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks President, commented:
Republicans, including many so-called free market conservatives, sometimes fall back into a nasty habit of doing the Democrats’ leg work for them. Such is the case with recent Senate legislation that would impose an inflationary cap or penalty on prescription drugs as part of Medicare Part D.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to the release today of the updated Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report that projects the United States’ budget gap to exceed $1 trillion in 2020, two years sooner than expected, Jason Pye, FreedomWorks Vice President of Legislative Affairs, commented: