Media Mentions


Congress’s Role in Military Conflict: The Growing Gap Between Constitutional Principle and Practice
Casey Burgat & James Wallner

From Brennan Center for Justice:

This piece is adapted from remarks presented at a symposium sponsored by the Legislative Branch Capacity Working Group (a joint project of R Street Institute…

, bbc
US officials ground drones over espionage fears
Paul Rosenzweig

From bbc:

“I wouldn’t want a Chinese server operating our nuclear system,” says Paul Rosenzweig, a senior fellow at the conservative R Street Institute who served as a US Department of Homeland…

, U.S. News
USMCA Trade Agreement Clears Senate, Heads to Trump’s Desk
Clark Packard

From U.S. News:

“It looks and smells a lot like NAFTA,” Clark Packard, trade policy counsel at the R Street Institute, told U.S. News in an interview last month. “There were changes to automotive…

, CATO Institute
USMCA Races Across the Finish Line, but Uncertainty Remains
Halie Craig

From CATO Institute:

However, the process by which USMCA has advanced through Congress does not appear to meet TPA requirements, and as Halie Craig argues, this means USMCA should not be eligible…

, reason
Reason Quick Hits: January 15, 2019
Shoshana Weissmann

From reason:

Positive momentum on occupational licensing reform in Iowa:

“One quarter of Iowa’s workforce requires some kind of professional license. If that sounds like a lot, that’s…

, Federal News Network
USPS 5-year business plan: ‘Innovate faster,’ cut costs to remain solvent
Kevin Kosar

From Federal News Network:

Kevin  Kosar, vice president of research partnerships at the R Street Institute, told Federal News Network that the plan revisits some ideas like adding digital…

, Utility Dive
How much — and how fast — will Colorado change its utility business model?
Devin Hartman & Chris Villarreal

From Utility Dive:

“Just because a utility has comparatively favorable rates and reliability metrics does not necessarily mean it is managing all assets and processes well,” R Street Institute…

, Washington Examiner
‘Enormous power grab’: Business groups bash Commerce Department supply-chain security proposal
Kathryn Waldron

From Washington Examiner:

Kathryn Waldron, a national security fellow at the R Street Institute, a libertarian think tank, said that another concern with the proposal is that companies could…

, Washingtonian
How Slate Ranked the World’s Most Evil Tech Companies
Charles Duan

From Washingtonian:

In the end, about forty people, including Charles Duan of the R Street Institute, Brian Krebs of the publication Krebs on Security, and Georgetown Law professor Julie…

, Hewlett Foundation
Cybersecurity Experts Comment on Conflict with Iran
Jim Baker & Kathryn Waldron & Kristen Nyman

From Hewlett Foundation:

I Am The Cavalry co-founder Beau Woods explained to Vox what cyber targets Tehran might be circling while Aspen Tech Policy Hub Director Betsy Cooper spoke to The…