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In Memoriam: ACCF Board of Advisors Member Jim Kolbe

The ACCF bids farewell to former congressman and long time ACCF Board of Advisors member...

ACCF Scholar: The Post-Midterm Scramble Begins

The Wall Street Journal
If Republicans end up with a majority in the House, their margin will be much...

ACCF Salon: The Future of U.S. Energy Policy in the New Congress

On November 15, the ACCF hosted an Economic Policy Salon on "The Future of U.S....

In Memoriam: ACCF Scholar Ed Prescott

The ACCF is saddened to learn of the passing of Ed Prescott, a longtime member...

ACCF Scholar: As the markets tank, Congress can help retirees by suspending RMDs

The Hill
Consider a retired individual, 72 years old, with $100,000 invested in a retirement account at...

Tax changes mean brighter future for retirement savings

The Hill
Last week the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced new limits on various tax advantaged saving...

Want to Reduce Gas Prices? The Biden Administration Must Resist Banning Refined Product Exports

Townhall.com
Dr. Pinar Çebi Wilber Both in late September and earlier in late August, Energy Secretary Jennifer...

Bloomfield Discusses “The Swamp” with MSCI

The Metal Service Center Institute hosts ACCF President and CEO Mark Bloomfield for a conversation...

ACCF Scholar: ‘Everyone should wake up every morning figuring out how to get paid more’

The Financial Times
However reckless the British government, however botched its “mini” Budget, it alone cannot explain the...

ACCF Webinars: Economic Policy in the Biden Presidency and 117th Congress

ACCF Webinars

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  • SEC Must Reconsider Scope 3 Reporting in the Proposed Climate Risk Disclosure Rule
    On June 17, the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) is due to receive comments from companies and interested parties in response to the SEC proposed Climate Risk Disclosure Rule. The proposed rule is well-intentioned, but to say the least, very controversial. As comments are received, the SEC will be charged with absorbing a wide range of […]
    Mike Roman
  • U.S. Natural Gas Supply Robust For Foreseeable Future
      Some good news amid pandemic and strained energy supply. Americans can rely on having clean natural gas needed now and well into the future. American Gas Association (AGA) recently hosted a webinar for the release of the Potential Gas Committee’s annual assessment of supply. The PGC estimates that the US has 3368 TCF of […]
    Kyle Isakower

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