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Deseret News: Excessive regulation is fueling a health care crisis in Utah

Recent research has shown that health care consolidations not only lower costs for health care consumers but also improve multiple indicators of quality patient care.

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Becky Ingoglia Joins SPPI’s Board of Directors

Phoenix, AZ – The Southwest Public Policy Institute (SPPI) is thrilled to announce the recent addition of Becky Ingoglia, a distinguished Certified Public Accountant, to its Board of Directors. Becky brings over two decades of in-depth financial experience, having showcased her exceptional skills in cash management, financial forecasting, and precision accounting through her own firm, […]

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Fox News: Hit the brakes on Elizabeth Warren’s beleaguered bureaucracy

If the CFPB is watching financial institutions for bad behavior, who’s watching the CFPB?

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Wake Gardner Chosen as Recipient of the Marianne T. Anderson Memorial Fellowship

The latest recipient of the Marianne T. Anderson Memorial Fellowship has been announced.

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Why Retail Bad Debt Statutes are Vital for Businesses and Consumers Alike

HB 3389 in Texas is critical for protecting consumers and businesses.

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SPPI Offers Driven Students Exciting Fellowship Opportunity

Jack Radomski and Brandt Kringlie are the inaugural recipients of the Marianne T. Anderson Memorial Fellowship.

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Santa Fe New Mexican: Here’s What Rate Caps Really Do To Consumers

Originally published at Santa Fe New Mexican on June 11, 2022. Earlier this year, as New Mexico debated legislation limiting to 36 percent the annual percentage rate for consumer loans in the state, the primary witness testified in support of the bill before the Consumer and Public Affairs Committee. Claims were made that do not hold […]

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