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June 16, 2017

IPI Applauds GOP For Rejecting Bill Preempting State Malpractice Authority


“As supporters of limited government and the wide berth given to states by the Ninth and Tenth Amendments, we applaud Republicans in Congress for listening to our concerns regarding this bill and therefore pulling this legislation out of respect to the Constitution," said Tom Giovanetti.

June 16, 2017

House Resolution 1215 - Win-Win or Win-Lose?

“It even overrides state constitutional provisions, that the people of the states have added to their constitutions in order to protect patients and people who are injured by medical negligence,” Conservative writer and public policy consultant Dean Clancy said. Opponents of HR 1215 specifically include the Institute for Policy Innovation, the Taxpayer Protection Alliance and the American Bar Association.

June 16, 2017

D.C. Bill Could Nullify TX Medical Malpractice Laws

Medical malpractice laws in Texas and other states would be nullified under a measure in Congress that could be voted on this week. Opponents of HR 1215 include the Institute for Policy Innovation, the Taxpayer Protection Alliance and the American Bar Association.

June 12, 2017

Proposal in Congress Would Override Texas Medical Malpractice Laws

Medical malpractice laws in Texas and other states would be nullified under a measure in Congress that could be voted on this week. Opponents of HR 1215 include the Institute for Policy Innovation, the Taxpayer Protection Alliance and the American Bar Association.

June 12, 2017

King Measure Under Scrutiny and Criticism

Medical malpractice laws in Iowa and other states would be nullified under a measure in Congress that could be voted on this week. Conservative writer and public policy consultant Dean Clancy says he’s concerned the measure would cancel out any state level malpractice laws. Opponents of HR 1215 include the Institute for Policy Innovation, the Taxpayers Protection Alliance and the American Bar Association.

September 2, 2016

Pro&Con: Government Isn't Allowed to Impose National Bathroom Policy


Bureaucrats decided to make law without congressional input or approval. Those who gleefully support such power-grabs should remember that any government powerful enough to create new rights is powerful enough to take away all rights.

August 10, 2016

Court Slaps Down FCC Preemption of States' Muni Broadband Laws


The Sixth Circuit Court’s rejection of the FCC's unconstitutional preemption of state laws regulating municipal broadband projects is a win for constitutional federalism and taxpayers. 

June 27, 2016

After Britain, Could Texas Secede Next?


Many Texans can empathize with Brits who went to the polls and said we want our freedom back.

June 23, 2016

The Supreme Court Just Slapped Down Obama's Immigration Power Grab


Gee, so presidents have to follow the Constitution and work with Congress? They can’t just sit in the Oval Office and sign executive orders? Who knew?

March 7, 2016

Bold Policy Reforms for the 2016 Election


Challenging times require bold reforms, but very few political candidates have proposed any. With this paper we try to fill that gap by identifying five reforms that would solve current problems, spur economic growth and return power and money to the states and the people.

 

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