The FCC can easily fix the problem.
This research suggests that if state policymakers were to reduce the cost of obtaining a license in their state, they may be able to attract new businesses and improve overall employment [...]
Megan E. Hansen discusses what can be done to balance national land and public need.
Based on our economic research, it is clear that the best path for continued prosperity in Utah is in lowering overall rates and broadening the base.
Christopher Koopman talks with Lowman Henry about the impact on consumers of anti-trust actions against big tech firms.
The Antiquities Act allows for abrupt changes from one administration to the next, leaving local people in the dark.
This policy paper examines the role of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in regulating emerging nutrition technologies.
Competition is protecting consumers just as well as state regulators.