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Economic Outlook for 2017
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Six Recommendations for the CHOICE Act 2.0
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The passage of the 2016 CHOICE Act would be an overwhelmingly positive step for U.S. financial markets and the broader U.S. economy.

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Home-sharing under attack
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Lawmakers and regulators should exercise care not to fall prey to crony interests who seek to protect themselves against healthy competition from home-sharing. Instead, they should look to Arizona for ways to protect the safe and responsible use of home-sharing as a fundamental property right.

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Financial Privacy in a Free Society
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Fixing the Regulatory Framework for Derivatives
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Fixing the Regulatory Framework for Derivatives
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Puerto Rico Oversight Board Members Specialize in Finance, Not Economic Reform
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President Barack Obama has appointed the seven members of the congressionally mandated oversight board for Puerto Rico. The board will have authority over the U.S. territory’s finances as Puerto Rico goes through a new bankruptcy proceeding created by the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act, which the president signed this summer.

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Puerto Rico Oversight Board Members Specialize in Finance, Not Economic Reform
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President Barack Obama has appointed the seven members of the congressionally mandated oversight board for Puerto Rico. The board will have authority over the U.S. territory’s finances as Puerto Rico goes through a new bankruptcy proceeding created by the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act, which the president signed this summer.

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Money and Banking Provisions in the Financial CHOICE Act: A Major Step in the Right Direction
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Broadening Regulation D: Congress Should Let More People Invest in Private, High-Growth Companies
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Why a Coal Miner Pension Bailout Could Open the Door to a $600 Billion Pension Bailout for All Private Unions
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A government bailout of the UMWA coal-miner pension fund could lead to a $600 billion bailout of other private-sector union pension plans.

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