CEI Today: Investment advice, red tape relief, government sodium warnings, and more

 

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
In the News Today

INVESTMENT ADVICE - JOHN BERLAU


DOL FIDUCIARY RULE BY JAN. 31


A major new rule impacting investment advice nationwide is on-rush to be completed by the month's end by the Department of Labor. It could mean many Americans losing their current brokers and a projected $80 billion cost to consumers from loss of access to financial advice.  > Read more 

RED TAPE RELIEF - WAYNE CREWS

Shaky Stock Market A Signal Obama Should Reconsider Veto Threat On Red Tape Relief


President Barack Obama said, “I think there are outdated regulations that need to be changed. There is red tape that needs to be cut.” Sure you do. Where’s the list? > Read more 


> Interview an expert

GOVERNMENT SODIUM WARNING - MICHELLE MINTON


CDC Sodium Reduction Efforts: Helpful or Harmful?

CDC researchers found men and women are eating about 50 to 100 percent more sodium than the recommended 2,300 mg daily limit, despite more than a decade of telling us to cut it out. And they suggest the way to finally get us to change is to convince food manufacturers to do it for us. But will it make us healthier? > Read more

> Interview Michelle Minton

 

    

 

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