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John Berlau



Nov 19, 2020
Harm to Vaccine Supply Chain Can End By Trump Waiving Obama Era Mandate
The urgency of combating the dangers of COVID-19 to America and the world compels President Trump to waive the law’s conflicting minerals mandate immediately, opening the pathway to a COVID cure.


Oct 19, 2020
Trump Appointee Continues Reform of Fannie and Freddie
Calabria's FHFA has proposed a regulatory capital framework that would move the GSEs out of the government-run conservatorship they were placed into at the dawn of the 2008 financial crisis when the government found them to be nearly insolvent.


Oct 8, 2020
Obama's Disastrous Dodd-Frank Does Decade of Damage
In the decade since President Obama signed into law Dodd-Frank, this supposed "financial reform" has caused harmful and sometimes disastrous effects for consumers, investors, entrepreneurs and Main Street financial institutions such as community banks and credit unions.


May 29, 2020
SEC Can Do Its Part In COVID-19 Recovery by Cutting Red Tape
#NeverNeeded regulations have served no purpose for years and are now hindering our response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to the economic dislocation that enforced social distancing has caused.


May 13, 2020
Cryptocurrency Could Have Crucial Role in COVID-19 Fight
The potential for faster payments from Libra and other cryptocurrencies, at a time when the public and policy makers are looking to move money faster, may be the biggest draw.


Apr 3, 2020
Give Restaurants Relief, But Don't Roast Consumers
The proposals of the National Restaurant Association, the main industry trade group, are a mixed meal.


Jan 3, 2020
Two Great 2019 Books Vindicate the Mother of George Washington
August 25, 2019, was the 230th anniversary of the death of Mary Ball Washington, the mother of the first president of the United States.


Nov 25, 2019
CFPB Litigation Won't Help Student Borrowers
While headlines around student loans capture attention for good reasons, it’s important to sort fact from fiction. With such a severe lack of evidence, the CFPB should move forward with actions that truly help consumers, including student borrowers.

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