CEI Weekly: CEI Thanks Pro-Worker Congressmen at Awards Ceremony

Friday, September 23, 2011



Feature: CEI gave awards to Members of Congress with 100% Pro-Worker Voting Records.

FEATURED STORY: CEI Thanks Pro-Worker Congressmen at Awards Ceremony


On Wednesday, CEI hosted an awards ceremony on Capitol Hill for the Congressmen who have earned 100% Pro-Worker scores on the WorkplaceChoice Congressional Labor Scorecard. Learn more about the event---and read press releases from Reps. Michelle Bachmann and Jeff Landry about receiving the awards---here. 





Principal-Agent Problem Meets the Public Sector

Fred Smith & Jacqueline Otto's op-ed in The Freeman


Obama the Greek

Iain Murray's op-ed in The American Spectator


Google and the Antitrust Case Against Antitrust

Wayne Crews' column in Forbes


Michigan on Brink of Massive Education Reform

Vincent Vernuccio's op-ed on Townhall


Two Cheers for a Big U.S. Trade Deficit

Dave Bier & Ivan Osorio's op-ed in Forbes


Testimony on Western Area Power Administration

William Yeatman's testimony before House Water and Power Subcommittee


Liberate the Jobs

John Berlau's post in a National Review symposium


In Wake of Quake, California Would Benefit Most From "Affordability Act"

Michelle Minton's citation in The Washington Times







September 22, 2011: E-Verify


E-Verify is a program that checks the immigration status of new hires. The House is expected to vote on legislation that would make E-Verify mandatory nationwide. Policy Analyst Alex Nowrasteh thinks E-Verify should be scrapped altogether. Not only does it make it more expensive for companies to hire people, it misses over half of the undocumented immigrants it is supposed to identify.