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Cato Event Panelists Discuss Whether Or Not Intellectual Property Provisions in the TPP Are a "Corporate Handout"
Hospitals Are the Big Winners
Hospital systems were merging before the Affordable Care Act passed, but the law has thrown fuel on the fire. And by “fuel,” I mean money.
U.S. IPR Protection Insistence May Derail TPP Talks, Critics Say
Strong protection of IPR is critical to boosting U.S. exports through its free-trade agreements. Speaking at a Cato trade conference, panelist Tom Giovanetti stated, "The largest silo of U.S. exports are the core IP industries."
Will MyRAs Succeed Where Others Have Failed?
What are MyRAs and are they likely to be any more successful than existing retirement vehicles in encouraging more people, particularly at the lower end of the income scale, to save for retirement?
Kerry Wants Another Failed Global Environment
If the Obama administration really wants to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions without hamstringing the world economy with costly energy restrictions, it would stop its perpetual slow-walk of drilling permits on federal lands and offshore and give a full-speed-ahead to natural gas exports.
The Economic Case for Permitting Crude Oil Exports
Allowing oil—as well as natural gas—exports would lower energy prices, increase supply and improve U.S. security.
Between 15% And 25% Of Those Who Make Their First Obamacare Payment Could Drop Coverage Later
If the Obamacare individual market lapse rate mirrors or exceeds the pre-Obamacare lapse rate, it will further destabilize the insurance pool and make it even more likely that the government will have to come to the rescue with an insurance company bailout.
Hillary Clinton's dilemma: Embrace or shun Obama's policies
Because Hillary is tied at the hip to Obama and his far-left vision, she can’t afford to shun his policies. But if she wants to win, she can’t afford not to.
The Minimum Wage Hike (Likely) Cometh, But Destruction Isn't Certain
"Even if the current minimum wage increase proposals don't affect your company, it sets a bad precedent," said Merrill Matthews. "A government that feels justified in raising the minimum wage high enough to hurt some companies may soon feel justified in raising it high enough to affect your company."
To Get and Keep a Conservative Congress, Forget Term Limits
During primary season, conservatives are likely to hear candidates claiming that they support term limits. But if conservatives want to take control of Congress and keep it, they should abandon the idea.
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