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25 years of prosperity should help lawmakers decide on USMCA

The Hill
Who would have guessed as short as three years ago that trade policy would dominate...

Finding a Bipartisan National Consensus on Climate Policy

On May 9th, the ACCF hosted an Economic Policy Evening, "Finding a Bipartisan National Consensus...

NAFTA/USMCA: Past, Present And Future

A new ACCF report outlines the case for USMCA ratification while cautioning against NAFTA termination

ACCF Hosts Conversation with FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee

The ACCF hosts a conversation with FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee

Tax reform is working now, and the best is yet to come

Tax reform is working now, and the best is yet to come, says the global...

Mark Bloomfield on ARD TV

On April 14th, ACCF President and CEO Mark Bloomfield was interviewed by Weltspiegel, the flagship...

Statement on President Trump’s Executive Order on Energy & Infrastructure

ACCF calls new order "“A valuable contribution to the nation's manufacturing and trade policymaking."

The Call for a National Strategy on Climate and Energy Innovation

Morning Consult
Drew Bond says it's time for a National Strategy on Climate and Energy Innovation

ACCF Hosts Larry Kudlow

On March 27th, the ACCF hosted "A Conversation on the Economic Challenges that Lie Ahead...

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  • Green New Deal: An Economist’s Perspective
    As climate change and policies to address it take center stage, it is important to have a constructive discussion that will bring productive and long-lasting results to this important problem. There is no doubt the Green New Deal (GND) has provoked that discussion with its ambitious goals. As ACCF has stated before, we agree that […]
    Dr. Pinar Cebi Wilber
  • Does New Congress Threaten Trump Energy Agenda? Not So Fast
    Congress returns with a renewed focus on climate change and clean energy under the direction of the newly minted House Democratic majority. But with President Donald Trump still in control of the White House and a Republican majority in the Senate, prospects for major shifts in policy remain slim. Even in the House where a […]
    Robert Dillon

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