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The Internet that will evolve if government can resort to a 'kill switch' will be vastly different from, and inferior to, the safer one that will emerge otherwise," says Clyde Wayne Crews, vice president for policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
WASHINGTON, June 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Statement of Competitive Enterprise Institute attorneys Hans Bader and Sam Kazman, co-counsel for the plaintiff and financial policy director John Berlau on Free Enterprise Fund v.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute in April released its annual "Ten Thousand Commandments: An Annual Snapshot of the Federal Regulatory State," which surveys the enormous burden the fourth branch of government places on the economy.
He is the best we could have hoped for from this Administration," says Iain Murray, senior fellow at the right-leaning Competitive Enterprise Institute.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute noted that the Californien has a record of "consistently voting in favor of greater government spending" and cited reports of the Center for Responsive Politics showing that 14 of her top donors are labor unions.
Arnett as an "adjunct scholar at the Competitive Enterprise Institute in Washington" who "has no relationship with the tobacco industry.
According to Society Spokesman Bob Ward, Competitive Enterprise Institute disputes the link between greenhouse gas emissions and global warming.
based Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), a corporate-backed policy group.