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October 22, 2010
The Volumetric Ethanol Excise Tax Credit will expire at the end of the year–unless Congress decides to renew it. This week, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack urged congressmen to extend the credit. In response, Senior Fellow Marlo Lewis spearheaded a coalition letter signed by several free market groups asking Congress to allow the ethanol tax credit to expire. Also this week, Research Associate Brian McGraw published an op-ed in The Detroit News entitled “Biofuel or Bust: Ethanol Subsidies Should Be Dropped.”
>>Shaping the Debate
Perspective on the Foreclosure Scandal
Fred Smith’s blog post in The National Journal
New Energy Standards
Ben Lieberman’s interview on Fox News
Would you Like a Union With That, Comrade?
Vincent Vernuccio’s op-ed in The American Spectator
Reforming Michigan’s Auto Insurance Industry
CEI‘s commissioned study by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy
Mobile Phone Bill Shock: FCC, Carriers Face Off
Ryan Radia‘s citation in PC World
Ray LaHood: The Man with the Money
Marc Scribner’s citation in The Wall Street Journal Blogs
>>Best of the Blogs
Poker and Private Property in South Carolina
By Michelle Minton
>>CEI Podcast: October 21, 2010: Relic of Prohibition
CEI Director of Insurance Studies Michelle Minton analyzes proposals to privatize Virginia’s liquor stores. Virginia is one of 18 states where the government holds a legal monopoly on the sale of spirits.
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