CEI Weekly: CEI Hosts Lively Hill Briefing on E-Verify

Friday, November 4, 2011

 

 

Feature: CEI's Capitol Hill briefing on E-Verify ended in a loud, lively debate between panelists and legislative staffers.

FEATURED STORY: CEI Hosts Lively Hill Briefing on E-Verify

 

Last week, CEI hosted a Capitol Hill briefing on E-Verify, the electronic employment verification system that may soon become mandatory for American businesses if some Congressmen have their way. After an engaging panel discussion, legislative staffers in the audience sparked a long debate on the merits of E-Verify which eventually led one panelist to call the briefing the best he'd ever been a part of. Watch the highlights of the briefing here. The full video of the event is here.

 

 

SHAPING THE DEBATE

 

Long Island Railroad Pension Fraud Case Could Be Largest Ever

Vincent Vernuccio's interview on Fox Business

 

Official Time: Government Workers Perform Union Duties on the Taxpayers' Dime

Vincent Vernuccio and Trey Kovacs' article in Labor Watch

 

Yes, Regulation Does Keep Unemployment High

Wayne Crews and Ryan Young's op-ed on RealClearMarkets

 

Election Day Alcohol Tremors

Angela Logomasini's op-ed in The Michigan Capitol Confidential

 

Long Island Railroad Workers Scam $1 Billion in Disability Benefits

Vincent Vernuccio and Matt Patterson's op-ed on FoxNews.com

 

Regulation is This Halloween's Goblin

Matthew Melchiorre's op-ed in The Daily Caller

 

Liquor Delivery Charges Needed

Michelle Minton's letter to the editor in The Detroit News

 

Weighing the Value of a Law Degree

Hans Bader's letter to the editor in The New York Times

 

7 Billion People Isn't the Problem

Myron Ebell's citation in The Orange County Register

 

New Law Would Require Warrant for GPS Tracking

Ryan Radia's citation on ReadWriteWeb

 

                     

 

 

    CEI PODCAST

 

November 3, 2011: Scary Makeup

 

Senior Fellow Angela Logomasini debunks scare stories that chemicals in makeup and other household products cause cancer, neurological disorders, birth defects, and other health problems. The cardinal rule of toxicology is that the dose makes the poison. That dose just isn’t there in cosmetics, no matter how loud the shouts of some activists. For more information, see the new CEI study, “The True Story of Cosmetics: Exposing the Risks of the Smear Campaign,” by Dana Joel Gattuso.