Why S. 2992 Didn’t Pass: Fundamental Policy Flaws & Bipartisan Opposition

Washington, D.C (12/22/2022) – The 117th Congress adjourned without passing the American Innovation and Choice Online Act (S.2992) after the Read More

4 Reasons S. 2992 Would Harm National Security

Washington, D.C. (10/17/2022) – October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and as tensions with countries like Russia and North Korea continue to Read More

New CPI Numbers Show High Inflation, Underscores S. 2992’s Threat to Consumers

Washington, D.C. (10/13/2022) – The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) on Thursday Read More

Multiple Polls Show Congress Should Worry About the Economy, Not Policies Like S. 2992

Washington, D.C. (09/15/2022) – As Americans continue to struggle with stubborn inflation levels, polling continues to show that Americans would Read More

Don’t Break What Works Campaign Launches New Ad Urging Congress to Oppose Higher Costs and S. 2992

Washington, D.C (09/06/2022) – CCIA’s Don’t Break What Works campaign has launched a new ad, “For You Read More

The Seasons Are Changing But S. 2992 Has Not; Continues to be Deeply Flawed

Washington, D.C (09/6/2022) – The leaves are changing, the pumpkins are ripening, and schools are resuming as Congress returns to Washington D.C. Read More

ICYMI: As Schumer eyes Big Tech, hold onto your wallet

Washington, D.C. 08/25/2022 – An op-ed in The Hill by American Consumer Institute President and CEO Steve Pociask outlines how the American Read More

Heightened Tensions with China and Cybersecurity Risks Highlight How S. 2992 Would Harm U.S. National Security

Washington, D.C. (08/24/2022) – Despite promises to improve the American Innovation and Choice Online Act (S. 2992) Read More

The Facts Are Clear: Tech Regulation Is Not A Priority for U.S. Voters

The American Innovation and Choice Online Act, S. 2992, polls low with the voters it’s supposed to protect A series of recent national surveys Read More

ICYMI: AICOA’s Threat to National Security, Continued

Washington, D.C. (08/05/2022) – New pieces in The Wall Street Journal and Newsweek outline why legislative proposals like the American Innovation Read More