Welcome to the roundup of notable coverage and announcements from the Niskanen Center for the week of Friday July 24.
In a piece for Watchdog, Niskanen Center’s Ryan Hagemann wrote about new FCC regulations that threaten competition in the market and risk increasing the cost of broadband services. Mr. Hagemann argues that the FCC’s approach needs to be more nuanced in order to accommodate new and emerging technologies such as telehealth and telemedicine.
Matthew La Corte wrote an article in Town Hall about the opportunity for Republican candidates in 2016 to embrace true immigration reform. Mr. La Corte argues that our current guest worker program is in desperate need for reform and Republicans stand to gain a lot by embracing a policy that reforms this program.