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September 24, 2010
The Christian Science Monitor hosted a "One Minute Debate" this week on how government can create more jobs. Heather Boushey from the Center for American Progress argued that the government is on the right path with legislation like the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010. CEI's John Berlau disagreed and pointed out that the best way to increase hiring by small businesses is by cutting back on federal regulation. Their debate was also featured on Yahoo News. Read Berlau's argument here. 
>>Shaping the Debate
Welcome Back, Congressional Review Act 
Ivan Osorio’s article in The American Spectator
A Better ‘Pledge’: Congress Shall Make No Law 
Wayne Crews’ article on BigGovernment
Look to the Marketplace for Stronger Privacy Protection 
Carolyn Homer and Ryan Radia’s article in Advertising Age
An industry, not a bureaucracy 
Wayne Crews’ article in The Washington Times
Google Becomes Focus Of Federal Antitrust Hearing 
Wayne Crews’ citation in Information Week
>>Best of the Blogs
Many Free Checking Accounts Disappearing Due to Dodd-Frank Financial “Reform” Law 
by Hans Bader
America: Land of the Free? 
by Robert de L’Escaille
September 23, 2010: The Frankenfish Myth 
CEI Senior Fellow Greg Conko, author of The Frankenfood Myth, talks about the promise and imagined peril of genetically modified salmon. The controversial creature reaches normal size twice as fast as unmodified salmon.
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