R Street’s Commercial Freedom program addresses government barriers that hurt businesses and people. Generally, we support market-oriented policy solutions that enhance free enterprise, consumer choice and public well-being. To this end, our team focuses primarily on occupational licensing, alcohol policy, shipping and postal policy, health care disintermediation and regulatory reform.
January 17, 2020
Senator Joanne Comerford
Chair, Senate Committee on Public Health
State House, Room 413-C
Representative John J. Mahoney
Chair, House Committee on Public Health
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…
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WASHINGTON (Jan. 7, 2019) – The R Street Institute applauds the enactment of the Portable Certification of Spouses (PCS) Act, signed into law in December by the president.
Introduced by Senators…