American Legislative Exchange Council in the News
One Democratic congressman escalates the fight over ALEC
ALEC dismisses false charges in The Washington Post (please see above).
Raul Grijalva Tries to Tie ALEC to Bundy Ranch
ALEC dismisses the congressman’s accusations in The Washington Free Beacon (please see above).
Good policy comes from sharing ideas
Vermont state chair Rep. Bob Helm (HD-3) writes an editorial to the Times Argus explaining the value of membership for lawmakers to learn from their counterparts across the country.
Reforming Net Metering
The National Center for Policy Analysis
provides a fair and accurate description of net metering laws and ALEC adopted model policy regarding net metering reform. NCPA cites an ALEC recent report, Reforming Net Metering: Providing a Bright and Equitable Future as its main resource.
Missouri Opts For More Jobs in its Move to Become a Right-to-Work State
Investor’s Business Dailyweighs fact versus fiction in the debate over Right-to-Work in Missouri.
McCrory, tax overhaul opponents talk on filing day
ABC 13 News covers a tax-filing day event with North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory, state legislators and ALEC to celebrate the state’s tax changes.
Balancing Ride-on-Demand Innovations with Common Sense Consumer Protections
Protecting consumers, while fostering innovation. Cara Sullivan in the American Legislator notes the need for common sense approaches in balancing ROD innovation and consumer protection.
Prison Overcrowding Threatens Public Safety and State Budgets
A look into how prison overcrowding may actually threaten not only public safety, but states’ budgets, leaving taxpayers with the bill – The American Legislator reports.
State-based exchanges face scrutiny, questions of mismanagement
At the American Legislator, Health and Human Services analyst Ed Walton provides insight on the troubles faced by the various state-based exchanges around the country.