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PPI WEEKLY UPDATE: Iran Negotiations, Net Neutrality, & Regulation in the Digital Age

IRAN NUCLEAR NEGOTIATIONS: Today, PPI President Will Marshall wrote an op-ed for The Hill, “Holding Out Hope On Iran,” outlining the differences between the United…

The Permanent Campaign: Immigration Fallout

The intensely partisan heat that has arisen from the president’t executive action on immigration makes speculation inevitable over its future political implications. Putting aside immediate…

Obama, HRC and Race

A renewal of the 2008 debate over Obama, Hillary Clinton, race and the Democratic Party began with a rather underwhelming presentation by an HRC booster…

The Permanent Campaign: King to Hold First Iowa GOP Cattle Call

While the presidential cycle technically began on November 5, and the “invisible primary” of donors and elite players is well underway, the first really notable…

The Permanent Campaign: GOP Open Mic Night

As the 2016 presidential cycle undeniably (except for those in denial) arrives, the remarkable fact most discussed is that no one has yet really emerged…

The Permanent Campaign: Bad Spin

After every election comes a sea of interpretation, some of it deliberately overstated to create a “mandate” (or the lack of one!) and project the…

The Permanent Campaign: A Potentially Fateful Intervention by SCOTUS

The U.S. Supreme Court interrupts this post-election rumination period with a surprising and potentially fateful acceptance of a legal challenge to the subsidies being made…

Regulating the Open Internet: A Letter to Pro-growth Progressives

To Whom It May Concern: As Democrats who care about the dual priorities of protecting broadband consumers and stimulating broadband investment, we are gravely concerned…

A Better Path Forward on Open Internet

This morning, President Obama spoke out urging the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to regulate broadband Internet as as a utility. In a September policy brief,…