Excerpt: As you know, we have had longstanding concerns with the fairness, openness, and transparency of several of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) administrative and rulemaking processes under your leadership. To read the letter, click here.
Americans For Prosperity Consumer Energy Alliance
Excerpt: Congress has never appropriated any funds to permit the administration to make any Section 1402 Offset Program payments to insurance companies. … In short, we are concerned that the administration is unlawfully and unconstitutionally misusing the permanent appropriation intended only to pay for tax refunds due under the [Internal Revenue Code] to make Section 1402 Offset Program Payments to insurance companies.
Letters of Support for H.R. 596, To Repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and health care-related provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, and for other purposesFebruary 3, 2015 | Letter
Americans For Prosperity Americans For Limited Government
Excerpt: Our respective committees in the House and Senate recently began an open and honest effort to achieve a bipartisan legislative solution to protect Internet users, promote innovation, and encourage robust broadband investment. Such a law, enacted with your signature, would avoid the legal uncertainty created by the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) nearly decade-long endeavor to determine its own authority to regulate broadband Internet services.
Excerpt: The administration initially defended its information sharing practices in the wake of these revelations, but in a Saturday, January 24, evening blog post it acknowledged that at least some of the consumer protection concerns raised about HealthCare.gov are warranted. Specifically, in the blog post, the administration announced that it had taken 'an additional step to better protect consumers' information' ...