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CEI Today: Regulation nation, war on coal, and fast track trade

Monday, December 9, 2013
In the News Today

$1.8 TRILLION REGULATIONS - WAYNE CREWS

 

Fox News: President Pushes Welfare Rather than Opportunity and Social Mobility in Speech about Inequality

CEI's Wayne Crews discusses the staggering $1.8 trillion federal regulatory burden, with Fox News's Shannon Bream reporting.


> View the Fox News interview:

> Read more
> Interview Wayne Crews

> Follow Wayne Crews on Twitter

WAR ON COAL - MARLO LEWIS

Globalwarming.org: What Happens to the U.S. Economy If ‘Progressives’ Kill Coal?

 

A new study clarifies the economically-devastating potential of the war on coal. In effect, the study asks: What if anti-coal ‘progressives’ get everything they wish for? killing a major source of affordable electric power will increase business and household energy costs. > Read more


> Interview Marlo Lewis

FAST TRACK TRADE - FRAN SMITH

Openmarket.org: Fast-Track Trade Authority Is in the Works


It sounds like fast-track authority for trade deals is getting some traction,
according to an article today in the Financial Times. The FT says that senior aides to influential committee chairman are gearing up to move legislation that would give the Administration the ability to craft trade deals that would go to the House and the Senate for up-or-down votes. > Read more

> Interview Fran Smith

 

    

 

CEI is a non-profit, non-partisan public policy group dedicated to the principles of free enterprise and limited government.  For more information about CEI, please visit our website, cei.org, and blogs, Globalwarming.org and OpenMarket.org.  Follow CEI on Twitter! Twitter.com/ceidotorg.

 

December 5, 2013: Ending Corporate Welfare

Stephen Slivinski, a senior economist at the Goldwater Institute, discusses solutions to the seemingly intractable problem of corporate welfare.

> Listen to the podcast

 

 




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