Competitive Enterprise Institute

A Joint Letter in Support of Rep. Fleming’s Amendment #87 to NDAA

Phil Kerpen, et al.
May 16, 2016

A letter signed by the heads of 26 leading free market think tanks and activist organizations supporting an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act, by Rep.

Why and How Congress Should Fight the President's Climate Treaty Power Grab

February 24, 2016

Show why the Paris climate agreement should rightly be considered a treaty requiring Senate approval and discusses how ans why it should be rejected.

Complaint to Revoke the Tax-Exempt Status of the Institute of Global Environment and Society, Inc

Lee A. Steven
November 24, 2015

Alleges IGES, misused donations and grants given to it by the federal government as a non-profit research institute to benefit and enrich its founder and his family at the expense of taxpayers.

EPA’s Clean Power Plan Overreach

William Yeatman
July 28, 2015

Details the unusual lengths to EPA has gone to to prevent court review, or at least ensure court deference to its clean power plan.

Ten Reasons to Abolish the Export-Import Bank

Ryan Young
July 15, 2014

This paper, written by Competitive Enterprise Institute fellow Ryan Young, examines the Export-Import Bank and its effects on the American economy, offering ten reasons why the Export-Import Bank’s

The High Cost of Big Labor: Understanding Public Pension Debt, A State-by-State Comparison

Robert Sarvis
July 22, 2015

State Government Pension Debt burdens labor markets and worsens the business climate, says Robert Sarvis, author of the new paper from the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI).

Coalition Letter in Support of Ratepayer Protection Act

Various others
June 23, 2015

Argues the ratepayer protection act deserves support because it gives Federal Court's time to review the EPA's Clean Power Plan before it causes damage to the economy.

Time for a Sensible Sense of Congress Resolution on Climate Change

June 17, 2015

Supporters of affordable energy need to go on offense.

Understanding Public Pension Debt: A State-by-State Comparison

Robert Sarvis
July 10, 2014

This study, published by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, combines several estimates of state pension debts and ranks them in descending order of health. 

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