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March 11, 2013

Coalition Letter 0pposing the Marketplace Fairness Act

March 5, 2013

Letter to Tennessee Legislature Regarding Pole Attachment Fees

IPI urges the Tennessee legislature to reject a proposal that would radically increase the pole attachment fee charged to broadband providers because it would raise the cost and slow the spread of broadband in Tennessee.

February 25, 2013

Coalition Letter to FCC Regarding Transition to IP-Based Services

January 28, 2013

Comments to the FCC Urging Test Migrations from PSTN to IP-based Networks

IPI urges the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to do its part to speed the transition from the legacy PSTN to IP-based networks by allowing test migrations in specific geographic areas, and by reforming several other archaic regulations.

December 5, 2012

Coalition Letter Urging Fidelity to Taxpayer Protection Pledge

November 27, 2012

Coalition Letter Regarding Internet Radio Fairness Act of 2012

Believers in free markets seek to reduce, rather than increase, the government’s role in markets and price-setting whenever possible. Accordingly, we respectfully write to express our grave concerns about H.R. 6480, the misnamed “Internet Radio Fairness Act of 2012.”

October 5, 2012

Comments Regarding New Zealand Plain Packaging Regulation

IPI reminds New Zealand that its proposed plain packaging regulation for tobacco products violates existing WTO rules and the Paris Convention, reflects an incomplete understanding of the value and importance of trademarks, sets a harmful precedent which could be extended to other types of products, and will inevitably lead to an increase in counterfeit products.

September 27, 2012

Coalition Letter Regarding Welfare Requirements

Coalition letter in support of resolutions that would stop efforts by the Obama Administration to weaken the work requirements in the federal welfare program.

August 2, 2012

Coalition Letter on IRS Interest Reporting Reg

July 26, 2012

Pro-Growth Tax Reform That Works

To maintain and expand manufacturing and manufacturing jobs, and for the overall health of the U.S. economy, the Congress should reduce the corporate tax rate and make permanent either 50 percent or 100 percent first-year expensing of business capital equipment.  That should be followed with tax reforms that better enable businesses to export goods and compete directly in foreign markets. 


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