Yesterday, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced that the FCC will vote on proposed net neutrality rules on December 21.
"The net neutrality regime proposed by the FCC will endanger competition, innovation, network investment, and consumer welfare. While it may not have the same destructive potential as the FCC’s abandoned Title II reclassification proposal, this attempt to bar ‘unreasonable’ discrimination by Internet providers will place the Commission in dubious legal territory, as today’s broadband market is extremely competitive and growing more so all the time."
Advocates for a return-free taxation system argue that shifting responsibility for tax returns from taxpayers to the IRS will simplify the process.
Fellow in Regulatory Studies Ryan Young says return-free taxation won't simplify the tax code or reduce the cost of compliance.
In a new CEI podcast, Senior Fellow Greg Conko talks about major provisions of the latest food safety bill.