CEI Weekly: CEI Files Amicus Brief in TSA Case

Friday, July 20, 2012



Feature: The TSA won't allow public comment-making on airport scanners.

FEATURE: CEI Files Amicus Brief in TSA Case


The Transportation Security Administration's decision to use expensive AIT scanners in airports has affected all travelers. But the TSA never allowed a public comment period on the scanners. This week, CEI filed an amicus brief in EPIC v. Department of Homeland Security, urging the TSA to finally allow comment-making on the contraversial machines. Read the brief here. Also, see CEI's press release here





You're Wrong President Obama, Howard Johnson Built His Business

John Berlau's op-ed in Forbes


Why Everyone Should Fear E-Verify

David Bier's op-ed in The Huffington Post


Space Pioneers Have Shifted From Public to Private Sectors

Andrew Follet's op-ed in The Las Cruces Sun-News


Third Circuit Decision Embraces FTC's Fault Logic on 'Pay for Delay'

Greg Conko's column in Medical Progress Today


A North Carolina Politician Commits a Happy Fracking Blunder

Robert J. Bradley's op-ed in Forbes


EPA Rule Will Be Costly For Oklahoma

William Yeatman's op-ed in The Oklahoman



CEI's citation in Roll Call


Carbon Tax Proposal By Left-Right Coalition

Marlo Lewis and Myron Ebell's citation in The Washington Times










July 19, 2012: Congress Takes On High-Skilled Immigration Reform


Congress will soon vote on a package of reforms for holders of the H-1B visa for high-skilled immigrants. Policy Analyst David Bier unpacks the proposed reforms, and explains why allowing more high-skilled immigration would help spark economic growth, especially in the technology sector.




Robert DeNiro Admits Progressivism Kills Economies

By Matt Patterson


i, Mac

By David Deerson


Flame Retardant Risks Overblown

By Angela Logomasini


Ethanol Added $14.5 Billion to Consumer Motor Fuel Costs in 2011, Study Finds

By Marlo Lewis