CEI Weekly: CEI Hosts Labor Policy Reception

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CEI Weekly
October 1, 2010

>>Featured Story
CEI and the Labor Relations Institute co-hosted a reception at CEI on Thursday night to celebrate the work of CEI Labor Policy Analysts Ivan Osorio and Vincent Vernuccio. Our featured speaker was former Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao. Video of the event will be available shortly on CEI on Demand.

>>Shaping the Debate
United Auto Workers Local Costs 650 Jobs in Indiana
Vincent Vernuccio’s op-ed on Townhall

Why is Congress so Afraid of Mail Order Wine?
Angela Logomasini’s op-ed on FoxNews.com

Is the Net Neutral Territory?
Ryan Radia’s radio debate on NPR

Obama’s Energy Regulations on Household Appliances Sparks Cost Debate
Ben Lieberman’s citation on FoxNews.com

>>Best of the Blogs
An Annoying Regulation for Every Room in the House

By Ben Lieberman

Bob Barr, [un]Principled Supporter of Ethanol
By Brian McGraw

New EPA Rules Will Cost More Than 800,000 Jobs
By Hans Bader

Take a Look at U.S. Tariffs – They Raise Costs and Restrict Choice
By Fran Smith

>>CEI Podcast
September 30 2010: William F. Buckley
Jeremy Lott, a former Warren Brookes Fellow at CEI and an editor for RealClearPolitics, is the author of the new book, William F. Buckley. Jeremy talks about the book and the complicated, sometimes adversarial relationship between conservatism and libertarianism — a gap Buckley spent much of his life trying to bridge.

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