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"… orrection of a tax injustice.” Kudlow cited research by former Treasury economist Gary Robbins that concluded indexing capital gains for inflation would cre …"

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"… r for Public Integrity reported recently, used cherry-picked data from one economist and data distortion to spread a fact-challenged message that immigrants ha …"

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"… uld erode financial returns. Opposite conclusions One March 2017 study by economist Hal Singer tracked a $3.6 billion, or a 5.6 percent, drop in wireline and …"

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"… ned blaming legal immigration for lowering wages, which a preponderance of economist say isn’t true, as the Center also reported. There’s another element …"

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"… ation increased dramatically,” Levin read with disgust. “Ask the phony economists who play around with the numbers, who try to persuade you that this is a …"

"… n in the most negative light possible — even though the preponderance of economists who research this subject don’t agree with his claims. “When measure …"

"… nbsp;does in fact lower wages,” said Francine Blau, a Cornell University economist chaired the National Academy of Sciences’ 14-person panel. Theresa Card …"

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"… n rehashing the same arguments in even more meetings, said George Ford, an economist at the Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal and Economic Public Policy Studie …"

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"… than non-Latinos, according to a study conducted by Vanderbilt University economist William Viscusi. All along the border, dozens of small water bottles and …"

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"… nt campaign promises — to get tougher with our trading partners — some economists believe that Northwest Georgia wouldn’t become a beneficiary, but a vic …"

"… ing experienced since,” said study co-author Marcus Noland, an economist and Peterson vice president. Winds of trade war? Peterson’s research di …"

"… Director Peter Navarro, during the election campaign labeled Peterson’s economists “the pimps of globalization,” who “weave a false narrative.” The …"

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"… coverage decisions are simply smart business. After all, the companies and economists say, providers must invest millions of dollars in equipment to boost spee …"

"… connection than do their higher income neighbors. But broadband advocates, economists — those in the United States, Europe and the White House — as well as …"

"… nderstandable economic decision by providers, said Nicholas Economides, an economist at New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business. DSL provid …"

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"… een engaged in harboring tax avoidance on an industrial scale. The French economist Thomas Piketty, famous for his treatise on inequality and its dangers: Cap …"

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"… on the panel by the likes of former Federal Reserve Governor Kevin Warsh, economist Mark Zandi and Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, among others. Including Toomey, …"

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"… gument found in FCC filings submitted by AT&T, Verizon and their hired economists. AT&T’s and Verizon’s political action committees gave Schumer a …"

"… lf the story of the spectrum influence game. Wireless carriers have hired economists from some of the most prestigious universities to conduct research to sup …"

"… CC meetings where they can explain arcane auction theories and rebut other economists’ papers filed by their rivals. “With this [spectrum auction], the nu …"

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"… largest commercial banks that has turned to a well-regarded academic economist to make its case. The Clearing House paid for a study by University of Ch …"

"… ee said he gets no funding from the financial industry. Simon Johnson, an economist at the Massachusetts Institute for Technology who advocates breaking …"

"… to be noticed by Evans’ and his team. Evans, in an interview, said GAO economists will conduct their own empirical analysis of the market conditions for bi …"

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"… roadblocks. In 2012, the European Union’s tax commissioner, Lithuanian economist Algirdas Semeta, found his efforts to fight cross-border tax evasion schem …"

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"… hdad. But Castillo’s treatment is exactly what medical professionals and economists say could potentially be cost-saving as well as life-saving. If the VA t …"

"… costs later, said Dr. James Geiling, Dr. Joseph Rosen and Ryan Edwards, an economist, in their 2012 Military Medicine report. “And those are the costs that …"

"… hysical and functional problems, and alcohol-abuse disorders. Doctors and economists argue that today’s conversation should not only be about the primary wo …"

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"… ad map of what bankers, investors and markets can expect from the academic economist now ascending to one of Washington’s most influential posts.    …"

"… . The diminutive vice chairwoman of the U.S. central bank — an academic economist who is married to a Nobel Prize-winning economist — is known to be a for …"

"… ral bank — an academic economist who is married to a Nobel Prize-winning economist — is known to be a formidable intellect and a force on the interest rate …"

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"… erstandable when you consider the windfall insurers would receive. Harvard economist David Cutler estimates that about $31 billion in Medicare funds would be n …"

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"… if., who is running for U.S. House in California’s 52nd District against economist Scott Peters, a Democrat.Planned Parenthood Votes, a super PAC, released t …"

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"… publican vice presidential nominee. Palin praised Steelman for being “an economist who defends our tax dollars like a momma grizzly defends her cubs” in a …"

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"… t the public to know, “is just insane to me,” said Byron Schlomach, an economist at the conservative Goldwater Institute. “That’s not our system of gov …"

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"… March 2008. "Take July with a grain of salt," Jill Brown, an economist at Credit Suisse, said in a note to clients. The auto shutdowns "often cau …"

"… nnual rate of just 1.9 percent in the first three months of the year. Most economists don't think growth picked up in the April-June quarter. And some predict …"

"… djustments no longer include the summer auto shutdowns. Most economists don't foresee a strong increase in hiring coming soon. "We …"

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"… h the study’s premise that the law led to higher costs. For example, MIT economist Jonathan Gruber, who advised both the Romney administration and the Obama …"

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