John Berlau

Competitive Enterprise Institute

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Director of the Center for Investors and Entrepreneurs at the Competitive Enterprise Institute

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Late last night, the President and Congressional leaders  announced a debt-ceiling deal .  The trade-off is deficit reduction that relies entirely on spending cuts and no increases in…

Will the Senate and Congress Pass the Debt-Ceiling Deal?

Late last night, the President and Congressional leaders announced a debt-ceiling deal .  The trade-off is deficit reduction that relies entirely on spending cuts and no increases in…

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Late last night, the President and Congressional leaders  announced a debt-ceiling deal .

Will the Senate and Congress Pass the Debt-Ceiling Deal?

Late last night, the President and Congressional leaders announced a debt-ceiling deal .

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In the  House version  of finance reform, the provision that banks hate most is an independent agency for consumer protection.

Can the US Senate Pass Finance Reform in an Election Year?

In the House version of finance reform, the provision that banks hate most is an independent agency for consumer protection.

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