CEI Weekly: Overregulation of Chemicals Is Bad for Public Health

Friday, May 4, 2012

 

 

 

Feature: CEI policy experts and adjunct scholars presented a case against curret chemical policy at a Capitol Hill briefing.

FEATURE: Overregulation of Chemicals Is Bad for Public Health

 

This week, CEI hosted a Capitol Hill briefing on our nation's chemical policies. Current and proposed regulations of products and substances are threatening to keep safe, valuable products off the shelves, hurting both the economy and public health. Read more about the event here.

 

 

 

 

SHAPING THE DEBATE

 

The Heartland Institute Under Attack

Matt Patterson's article in Green Watch

 

The European Central Bank Vs. Reality

Matthew Melchiorre's op-ed in Real Clear Markets

 

The Pipe Crisis Beneath NYC

Bonner Cohen's op-ed in The New York Post

 

Flight Attendant Unionists Tell Customer to Drop Dead

Bill Frezza's column in Forbes

 

If I Wanted America to Fail: Free Market Agitprop With a Lesson

Bill Frezza's op-ed in Real Clear Markets

 

There's Nothing Libertarian About Arizona's Immigration Law

David Bier's op-ed in The Daily Caller

 

D.C. Alcohol Tax Increase Will Hurt Servers

Michelle Minton's letter to the editor in The Washington Times

 

Poorly Designed Study Fails to Prove that Most Drug and Device Trials are Poorly Designed

Greg Conko's column in Medical Progress Today

 

Rising Tide in Norfalk, VA

Myron Ebell's citation on PBS News

 

Why You Should Stop Attending Diversity Training

Hans Bader's citation on CBS News

 

Transportation Bill Stymied in Congress

Marc Scribner's citation in Newsday

 

                     

 

 

CEI PODCAST

 

May 3, 2012: Paving the Way for Job Creation & Innovation

 

Unemployment remains stubbornly high, more than three years after the financial crisis hit. Congress has tried a number of measures, from fiscal stimulus to stricter financial regulations. None of them have worked. That’s because they get in the way of the key driver of economic growth – innovation. And as any entrepreneur will tell you, innovation requires investment. John Berlau, CEI’s Senior Fellow for Finance and Access to Capital, suggests a number of reforms to make innovation, investment, and job creation easier.