Brett Kavanaugh: Enemy of Innovation

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By Ken Kimmell, Union of Concerned Scientists The confirmation fight over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh begins next week with a hearing on Tuesday. Supporters and opponents are drawing battle lines over crucial issues such as abortion, health care, immigration, and whether the President...
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Fintech Brings New Options and a Lingering Old Problem for Consumers

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By Christine Hines, National Association of Consumer Advocates Financial technology companies are regularly rolling out new products and services made for our cell phones. Some online products or mobile applications offer new and affordable opportunities to millions of unbanked or underserved...
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Protecting the Safety Net for New Chemicals Under TSCA

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By Daniel Rosenberg, Natural Resources Defense Council Over two years ago, Congress strengthened the 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), a well-intentioned but flawed law that had made little progress in addressing the many toxic chemicals that pervade our homes, workplaces, schools and...
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