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Five Myths about the Federal Housing Administration

The Federal Housing Administration took the lead in crafting the National Homeownership Strategy, which urged doing away with down payments...

Government Assault on Chinatown Bus Industry Fueled by Bogus Federal Study

New research indicates that conventional buses could have a higher fatality rate than curbside buses...

Ethics Should Hinder Lobbying and Crony Capitalism

In recent years, corporations have become increasingly successful at lobbying for more spending and stricter trade regulations despite efforts to reveal the biggest corporation's actions...

Amendments to Limit Campaign Contributions Misguided

Evidence from recent elections shows that campaign spending is not strongly related to electoral wins...

Big Changes Looming for Broadcast Television

A startup firm, Aereo, is seeking to disrupt the cable and television industry with a new technology that could change broadcasters' business models...

Campaign Finance Regulations Fail to Curb Public Corruption

Despite the widely held view that money plays a dominant role in American elections, there is little relationship between campaign spending and electoral success...

Reforms Could Boost Effectiveness of Occupational Safety and Health Administration

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's inspection efforts have reduced worker injuries by a modest 4 percent...

Federal Aviation Administration Proposes Unnecessary Privacy Regulations on Drone Test Sites

The Federal Aviation Administration should refrain from making any guidelines on privacy because its expertise is solely in regulating aeronautics, not in Fourth Amendment jurisprudence...

Federal Communications Commission Interferes With Spectrum Reallocation, Harms Industry

Growth of the U.S. wireless industry is being constrained by a shortage of available spectrum, as the increase in demand for mobile data requires a more robust wireless system...

New Labor Department Rule Limits Firms' Ability to Seek Legal Advice

A new Labor Department rule would discourage labor lawyers from advising firms on union-organizing activities, thereby giving an advantage to unions while violating the privacy of the attorney-client relationship...


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