Experts Available For Year-End News And Political Stories

Experts Available For Year-End News And Political Stories

CEI Providing Analysis on Technology, Environment, and Health & Safety Issues
December 18, 2001

Washington, D.C., December 19, 2001 - As the year winds to a close, the country has begun looking over the dramatic events and changes of the last year.  For reporters, editors, and producers trying to summarize the important news and political  stories of 2001, the Competitive Enterprise Institute offers the analysis and insight of policy experts in an array of issues, covering developments in everything from the Bush energy plan to the future of Microsoft's antitrust problems.  For comment on any of the following topics, please contact the CEI media relations department at 202-331-1010 or pr@cei.org .  An online experts guide is also available at http://www.cei.org/dyn/experts.cfm.

 

Environment Issues:

- Bush energy plan<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

- Oil exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR)

- Global warming

- Chemical risk and the possibility of domestic terrorism

 

Environment Experts:

- Myron Ebell, Director of Global Warming & Int'l. Environmental Policy

- Angela Logomasini, Director of Risk & Environmental Policy

- Christopher C. Horner, Senior Fellow

- Paul Georgia, Environmental Policy Analyst

 

Technology & Innovation Issues:

- Microsoft and antitrust

- Online and financial privacy

- Balancing civil liberties and national security

- Terrorism's impact on airlines

 

Technology Experts:

- James L. Gattuso, Vice President for Policy

- James V. DeLong, Senior Fellow

- Solveig Singleton, Senior Policy Analyst

 

Health & Safety Issues:

- The future of biotechnology and GM foods

- The deadly impact of federal Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) regulations

- Tobacco regulation and lawsuits 

- Reform of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA)

 

Health & Safety Experts:

- Sam Kazman, General Counsel

- Gregory Conko, Director of Food Safety Policy

- Ben Lieberman, Senior Policy Analyst

 

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