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The 16.3-Percent Wireless Tax Burden

Scott Mackey, partner, Kimbell Sherman Ellis LLP, Washington, DC, discusses his study, "A Growing Burden: Taxes and Fees on Wireless Service," with Infotech & Telecom News Managing Editor Bruce Edward Walker.

The Unintended Consequences of Environmental Regulations

James Taylor, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech discuss the regulation of phosphates and why your dishwasher doesn't work anymore, then Pejman Yousefzadeh talks about the White House and Egypt.

Interview with Peter Cramton

This week's FIRE podcast features economist and University of Maryland professor Peter Cramton, an auction expert who talks with host Arin Greenwood about problems with Medicare's troubled auction system.

President Obama's Wi-Fi Boondoggle: Interview With Henry Payne

Henry Payne - Pulitzer-Prize nominated political cartoonist for the Detroit News, editor of The Michigan View, and National Review Online contributor - discusses President Obama's February 10 Federal Wi-Fi announcement at Michigan's Northern Michigan University.

Parent Trigger "Cleanup"

"School Reform News Managing Editor Ben Boychuk discusses the California State Board of Education's decision to put off draft permanent regulations governing the state's landmark parent empowerment law.

Matthew Mitchell: TEL It Like It Is

Matthew Mitchell of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University has studied 30 years of tax and expenditure limitations and come up with interesting conclusions, including this one: TELs tend to lower spending in low-income states but raise spending in high-income states
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