Articles by David Brodwin
The latest attack on the open internet threatens consumer choice, innovation, and America’s competitiveness.
The ongoing fight over the Affordable Care Act distracts us from the urgent need to deliver better care at a lower cost.
Dominant communications corporations are preventing innovation and economic growth.
Our military spending is inefficient and can be cut without jeopardizing our security.
Business owners seek policies that renew growth using wise public investment and sustainable use of natural resources.
Cities already have laws that prohibit companies that contract with the city from contributing to city office campaigns.
A promising new approach to employee ownership yields high performance and good jobs.
Universities and prisons compete for shrinking state budgets. Unless states trim prison costs, tuitions soar, hurting business and jobs.
Reform banker pay to limit risks at "too big to fail" banks.
Updating regulations helps local economies grow without endangering the public.