CEI Today: Big govt vs technology, votes on regulatory reform, Big Labor at the Supreme Court, and more

 

Thursday, January 7, 2016
In the News Today

CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW - WAYNE CREWS

 
CES 2016, Where Technology And Government Collide



The primary threat to the tech sector is the hundreds of clinging regulators whose once-convincing justifications for existence no longer apply (granting that they ever did).
 > Read the Forbes commentary

> Interview Wayne Crews

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 The bi-partisan SCRUB Act, for example, would institute a commission to eliminate outdated regulations.

SUPREME COURT - TREY KOVACS

Union Subsidy Eliminates So-Called "Free Rider" Problem


On January 11, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a case that could provide right to work protections to state and municipal employees across the nation—meaning public employees cannot be required to pay dues to a union or risk being fired. > Read more

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


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