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Robert Hughes

Private-Sector Job Openings and Quits Fall for a Second Consecutive Month

“Private-sector job openings and quits fell in May. The effects of rising interest rates and consumer caution are becoming more apparent. The outlook remains highly uncertain.” ~ Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Services-Sector Survey Suggests Continued Expansion in June

“Services-sector expansion continued in June despite ongoing labor and materials shortages and intense price pressures. Some notes of caution were also starting to emerge. The outlook remains highly uncertain.” ~ Robert Hughes

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Peter C. Earle

Leave the Gas Station Owners Out of It

“Saddling gas station owners with the blame for a particularly damaging aspect of the ongoing inflation increase is, beyond wildly inaccurate, irresponsible and morally unconscionable.” ~ Peter C. Earle

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Gary Galles

Free Riding, Expressive Voting and Charity

“To the extent the free-rider problem does arise, it is true that government intervention can change how much charity is provided. But that does not mean the result is closer to what we ‘really want’ to give than what we actually give.” ~ Gary M. Galles

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Chris Woodward

SCOTUS to Congress: On Environmental Policy, Do Your Job

“‘This is a win for the climate and constitutional democracy,’ says Drew Bond, president of Conservative Coalition for Climate (C3) Solutions. ‘Any serious person knows that innovation, not overregulation, is the solution to reducing global greenhouse gas emissions.’” ~ Chris Woodward

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