Senator Cruz to Keynote IPI's 25th Anniversary Gala
“IPI's efforts over the last 25 years to promote principles that fortify the free market, limited government, and individual liberty have been instrumental to the conservative movement, and are critical to the future prosperity of our nation," said Sen. Cruz. "Their exceptional policy leadership continues to be a valuable resource to conservatives across the country. It is a true honor to be a part of IPI’s silver anniversary celebration.”
Pole Attachment Fee Bills a Tax on Broadband Providers, Will Cost TN $20 Million
Tennessee legislators should reject a proposal that would radically increase the "pole attachment fee" for private broadband providers because it would raise the costs and thus slow the spread of broadband competition in the state.
Christie Latest GOP Gov to Say Yes to Obama's Welfare State Addiction
New Jersey's Chris Christie is the latest Republican governor to suddenly capitulate to ObamaCare after years of rallying against the program.
Coalition of Free-Market Advocacy Groups Weigh-In On Transition to IP-Based Services
A coalition led by the Center for Individual Freedom ("CFIF") including IPI filed comments with the FCC urging regulators to grant a request made by telecommunications provider AT&T to conduct trial runs of the move to next-generation services, otherwise known as the IP transition.
IPI Welcomes Marv Bramlett as New Chairman
IPI is pleased to announce that Mr. Marv Bramlett was recently elected Chairman of IPI's Board of Directors.
Sequester Is Cause for Celebration, Not Fear
Thanks to Washington’s failure to keep the growth of government in check or even adhere to any kind of rational budget process, the Great Sequester of 2013 should be celebrated, not feared, says a new IPI publication.
FCC Should Help Speed Transition from Circuit-Switched Networks to IP
In comments filed with the FCC, IPI experts urged the agency to help speed the transition from the legacy public switched telephone network (PSTN) to IP-based networks by reforming archaic regulations and especially through proposed test-case migrations onto IP networks.
Government Far Greater Threat to Privacy Than Private Sector, Warns New IPI Publication
Privacy advocates and concerned citizens should be far more concerned about governments as potential abusers of privacy than the private sector because of government's unique powers, says a new IPI publication by Jim Harper.
Unsustainable Entitlement Spending Pushing U.S. Toward Cliff
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