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Senators Launch Bipartisan Effort to Secure Digital Privacy

by Jeffrey Freeberg / /

Senators look to expand privacy protections for individuals’ electronic information.

 

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NTU Urges Congress to Repeal Latest Anti-Consumer CFPB Rule

by Thomas Aiello / /

NTU encourages Congress to repeal the CFPB arbitration rule which helps lawyers at the expense of consumers.
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Letters 

NTU Praises House Committee for Holding a Hearing on the Costly Fiduciary Rule

by Thomas Aiello / /

NTU submits letter to the House Financial Services Committee detailing the impacts of the fiduciary rule.
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Big Changes Are Coming for the FCC

by Ari Boosalis / /

The FCC looks to promote innovation, reduce regulations, and cut the budget with the new administration now in power.
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Letters 

Coalition to FDA: Don't Create Obstacles for Smokers Trying to Quit

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We hope that the FDA can become a leader in smartly evaluating the risks and rewards of new technologies that can improve public health.
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Open Letter to Financial Services Committee: Repeal Durbin Amendment

by Brandon Arnold / /

A reduction in government regulations will increase market competition and benefit the financial system.
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Louisianans Would Lose with Drug-Pricing Plan

by Pete Sepp / /

Louisiana public officials would be well-advised to take a cautious step back from HB 436 and SB 59.
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Letters 

Nevada Lawmakers, Beware of Drug-Pricing Scheme

by Pete Sepp / /

An Open Letter to Fiscal Conservatives in the Nevada Legislature: Oppose SB 265
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NTU Urges Maryland Legislators to Support State's Craft Brewers

by Brandon Arnold / /

Burdens would unfairly hurt collaborative brewing and contract brewing – commonplace practices that are helpful for innovation and small business expansion.
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NTU Urges Labor Department to Delay its Costly Fiduciary Rule

by Clark Packard / /

We urge DOL to delay implementation of the Rule and to consider paring it back or withdrawing it entirely.
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