Ohio lawmakers should think twice before banning the use of credit information in insurance rate-setting and underwriting.
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Letter from Ohio: Credit and energy, the economy’s twin tracks
Debates over renewable portfolio standards, like those in Ohio, could go a long way toward setting the country’s future economic course.
Letter from Columbus: End the Fiscal Autopilot; Public Employee Collective Bargaining Battle in Ohio
Letter From Columbus: One Encouraging Sign
Ohio director Alan B. Smith thinks the opposition is too busy brooding to acknowledge the good things happening in Ohio’s economy, like the upgrade from “negative” to “stable” by Standard & Poor’s.
Massachusetts Moving Closer To A “Right To Repair” Law That Protects Consumers And Protects Intellectual Property
Regarding the Washington Post’s July 18 article on the Massachusetts Right-to-Repair legislation, the legislation passed on July 6 by the Massachusetts Senate is a huge improvement over previous versions and seems to usefully resolve the tricky issue of protecting consumer choice while also protecting legitimate intellectual property interests. We always start our inquiry about a [...]