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    Op-Ed: Candidates should stump on capital formation

    This year’s election cycle has been unpredictable, to say the least. Time and time again, the Washington punditry has been trumped (no pun intended) by the latest pivot away from campaign orthodoxy. While political calculations have proven as dicey as a Vegas roulette table, it’s a safe bet the economy will be front and center […]

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    Climate is a top campaign issue. Just don’t say ‘Clean Power Plan’

    “Right now, we’ve had really one big carbon regulation, and that’s the Clean Power Plan,” Banks said. “When you start saying we’re going to also regulate steel, refining, paper and pulp … it starts feeling like this agenda is totally out of control.”

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    Letter to Editor: Market-Limiting State in Lean and Fat Times

    Daniel Yergin’s “Markets Run into Skepticism—and Regulators” (op-ed, July 19) mentions that 30% of the U.S. economy is from foreign trade which supports 41 million U.S. jobs. At what cost? In its Global Competitiveness Report, the World Economic Forum ranks countries based on various criteria that impact their overall competitiveness, including institutions, infrastructure, macro environment […]

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    The Case for Cutting Red Tape

    The growing accumulation of federal rules that increasingly govern every facet of American life is a disturbing trend that holds consequences both for individual liberties and the health of the U.S. economy. Not all regulations are bad, but the mountain of red tape – the Federal Register lists tens of thousands of pages of rules […]

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