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The Carter and Reagan administrations were pushing for communications deregulation, cable was imminent and the scarcity rationale for the Fairness Doctrine stood on increasingly shaky ground.
Uber back in court in UK to argue against workers rights for driversIn recent days — and likely in anticipation of this verdict — the company has kicked off a major lobbying effort in Europe calling for deregulation of platform work.
Texas relies mostly on natural gas, and its power grid was poorly prepared to deal with severe winter conditions after years of deregulation, as energy experts told The Washington Post.
The court found that the Reagan administration, amid its push for deregulation, had improperly reversed a federal agency’s decision that new cars be equipped with air bags or automatic seat belts.
He ushered in an era of union busting, financial deregulation, leveraged buyouts, and the financialization of the American economy.
Those groups have a lot of reason to invest money and energy in helping McConnell-style Republicans who can pass tax cuts and deregulation bills that can help corporations get seats in Congress.
THE TRUMPIEST REPUBLICANS ARE AT THE STATE AND LOCAL LEVELS — NOT IN D.C.PERRY BACON JR. (PERRY.BACON@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 16, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
In late September, India passed a slew of legislation to deregulate parts of the agricultural industry and reform labor laws, which sparked ongoing nationwide protests.
Politicians like Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher swept to power to fix this with the promise of deregulation.
The deregulation that he’s engaging in probably won’t have a measurable effect on the economy, but will affect people’s lives.
While these initiatives represent dramatic progress in economic deregulation, continued work is needed.

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