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Jim Harper, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute

Wikipedia, for all its faults, is supposed to give fair and unbiased information. Only objective experts are supposed to have access to its articles for editing. So, why would someone want congressional staff members to come anywhere near Wikipedia? Cato Institute Senior Fellow Jim Harper joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with a list of good reasons.

Tags: Wikipedia , Congress , Cato Institute , Tom Temin , Federal Drive

Thursday - 08/21/2014, 01:52pm EDT
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Analysis: Cybersecurity bill not needed, expert says

Jim Harper, senior policy analyst at the conservative Cato Institute, says that some of the cybersecurity bills Congress is considering are overreaching and may be unnecessary in the long run.

Tags: cybersecurity , technology , Cato Institute , Congress , Federal Drive , Michael OConnell

Wednesday - 04/04/2012, 09:10am EDT
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Group wants earmark data in easy-to-read format

We the undersigned hereby petition Congress and the Obama administration to produce and publish data about earmarks in machine-readable form so that we can fully review earmark requests, see what earmarks are inserted into bills, and see every earmark that is approved and signed into law.

Tags: mngt , earmarks , Conan Albrecht, Ted Stehneygress , transparency , Cato , Dorothy Ramienski

Monday - 03/22/2010, 09:35am EDT
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