CEI Today: Supreme Court, regulatory reform, craft beer, and more

 

Wednesday, January 6, 2016
In the News Today

SUPREME COURT - IVAN OSORIO

Will SCOTUS Friedrichs Case Lead to Member-Only Unions?


Government employee unions have a lot at stake in Supreme Court case, Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association—especially access to millions of dollars in compulsory “agency fees” from non-members.  > Read more

> Related:  
In Friedrichs v. CTA, Supreme Court Can Strike a Blow for Free Speech


> Interview Ivan Osorio

VOTES ON REG REFORM - WAYNE CREWS & RYAN YOUNG


House votes on regulatory reform this week


The need for regulatory reform is more urgent than ever. Two reform bills will receive votes this week in the House. The bi-partisan SCRUB Act, for example, would institute a commission to eliminate outdated regulations.

CRAFT BEER - MICHELLE MINTON

 
Craft Brewers "Selling Out" Is Good For Craft Beer Fans

In the craft beer market, having one brewery purchased by another larger brewery can sometimes be the only way for that brewery to get to the next level. > Read more

> Interview Michelle Minton

 

 

    

 

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