PICKENS PLAN - CEI Center for Energy & the Environment
TELECOMMUNICATIONS - RYAN RADIA & JOE CALASCIONE
eWeek: Verizon's Deal With Cable Companies Finds Supporters, Detractors
Verizon's deal with cable companies to acquire spectrum licenses has regulators worried. They argue that this deal---like the failed AT&T/T-Mobile deal---will harm competition. But CEI analysts disagree. Ryan Radia and Joe Calascione earlier filed comments on behalf of CEI outlining why this deal is in the public interest. Read the comments here. Also, read eWeek's article citing CEI here.
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AMERICA'S DEBT - HANS BADER
Openmarket.org: Student Loans: America’s Next Debt Bomb
Experts are warning of a student loan bubble. CEI's Hans Bader notes that in recent years, student loan debt has skyrocketed from $100 billion to $867 billion, which surpasses the $704 billion in outstanding credit card debt. Yet, "this massive student loan debt is not buying much of an education for many students," says Bader. > View the full commentary on Openmarket.org
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HUMAN ACHIEVEMENT HOUR
Saturday, March 31
HAH is an annual event to recognize and celebrate human achievement and innovation. During the hour, participants are asked to listen to music, surf the internet, have a glass of beer, and generally enjoy the fruits of the human mind which would not have been possible in a world where conservation restrains advancement.
HAH can be celebrated anywhere from 8:30pm to 9:30pm. In addition, CEI will be hosting a celebration at our headquarters in Washington, DC and live streaming our event online.
Join the HAH Facebook group.