Search

Rush of anti-gouging laws fueled COVID surge

This Op-Ed was originally featured in the StarTribune. One year ago, California and Hawaii were the first states to announce emergency declarations to fight COVID-19. In doing so, they activated pre-existing price gouging regulations. The reasoning, California Gov. Gavin Newsom claimed, was that “consumers [will be] able to…
Read more

The Great Antidote – Shoshana Weissmann

On this episode of The Great Antidote podcast with Juliette Sellgren, she is joined by guest Shoshana Weissmann. In their discussion, Juliette and Shoshana cover occupational licensing reform, quiet research, Section 230, and how to Twitter.   Guest Bio Shoshana Weissmann manages R Street’s social media, email marketing and…
Read more
Read more
Read more
Read more

COVID-19 and Cooperation: Why Openness Matters

Watch the recent webinar featuring special guest Charles Kenny who discusses his most recent book, The Plague Cycle, and why global cooperation during any public health crisis is essential. Charles is a senior fellow and the director of technology and development at the Center for Global Development. Last year, we…
Read more