Coalition Letter Regarding Comcast/Time Warner Cable Transaction
Letter of general support for allowing commercial enterprises to arrange themselves as they see fit in a free-market economy, and to offer our judgment that the proposed combination of Comcast and Time Warner Cable (“TWC”) poses no harm to consumers or any worrisome accumulation of market power.
ALEC Comments to House Subcommittee Concerning Update to Federal Communications Act
Comments by Rep. Thoreson and Bartlett Cleland submitted to the U.S. House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology concerning an update to the federal Communications Act. The comments are taken from ALEC’s Six Principles for Communications and Technology, adopted by the Task Force and Board in 2013.
Letter to Representatives regarding "Innovation Act"
Comments Regarding Ireland Plain Packaging Regulation
Comments on Department of Commerce Green Paper, Copyright Policy, Creativity, and Innovation in the Digital Economy
Coalition Letter to Chairman Ryan Promoting Privatization
IPI joins with orther organizations in a letter recommending consideration of a variety of strategies to reduce spending, and increase revenue, through privatization policies.
Coalition Letter Regarding Permanent Internet Tax Freedom
IPI joins with other members of the Internet Tax Freedom Act Coalition applauding House members for their introduction of legislation to permanently extend the moratorium on taxation of internet access.
Response Letter to Senator Durbin
IPI President Tom Giovanetti's response to the letter sent by Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL) to a list of organizations that have been members of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).
Coalition Letter to Congress Regarding U.S. Sugar Policies
IPI joins with the American Conservative Union and other free market advocates urging a halt to all market-manipulating sugar policies world wide.
Comments to the ITC in the Matter of Electronic Digital Media Devices
Urging the ITC to forbear from issuing further exclusion orders in this matter, in order to discourage the forum shopping that brought these cases to the ITC.
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