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September 3, 2010
>>Shaping the Debate
[Video] Chris Horner on Fox News discussing new car stickers
[Video] Vincent Vernuccio sets out to prove unions hire non-union labor
No More Ethanol for America, Please
Brian McGraw’s op-ed in The Hill’s Congress Blog
Lobsters Should Fear Mother Nature More than Plastics
Angela Logomasini’s op-ed in The Providence Journal
>>Best of the Blogs
Antibiotics and Meat DO Mix
by Gregory Conko
Obama’s EPA: School Marms R Us
by Marlo Lewis
by Ryan Young
September 2, 2010: How Zoning Laws Affected Hurricane Katrina’s Victims
CEI Policy Analyst Marc Scribner talks about his recent Forbes article, explaining how urban central planning made it harder to rebuild after Hurricane Katrina — and how well Houston, which has no zoning laws, coped with 260,000 Katrina evacuees.
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