Join AEI’s Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy to hear from Senator Cornyn's Chief Counsel and a panel of experts on the issues being debated in the Senate and the prospects that Congress will send patent legislation reform to the president’s desk during 2014.
Conservatives like to talk about federalism as if the Constitution was written to limit the government and give leeway to the states. But the Framers were interested in preventing the states from putting burdens on interstate commerce and discriminating in favor of local interests, particularly local cartels and monopolies.
The CBO projects that by 2024 the number of non-elderly uninsured will be — drum roll, please — 31 million Americans, which is why the real CBO story should be: “That awkward moment when everyone realizes Obamacare was a huge mistake.”
House Republicans who want to advance what they call “comprehensive immigration reform” say they’ve found a workable compromise, one that allays the concerns of opponents, improves current policy and allows the party to make gains among Hispanics
We welcome you to join us as a panel of economists discuss US wage and price prospects in the coming months and the implications for the Federal Reserve’s current unorthodox monetary policy.