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Kenneth Thomas in WSJ

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Kenneth Thomas (an AB contributor) was quoted April 7  in the Journal a second time on the general question of how to solve the problem of subsidy bidding wars.  Unfortunately it is behind a paywall…but worth pointing to…  WSJ.COM Opinion | Pass a Law to Combat Rent-Seeking Congress could invoke the Commerce Clause to limit destructive competition over corporate subsidies.

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Kenneth Thomas (an AB contributor) was quoted April 7  in the Journal a second time on the general question of how to solve the problem of subsidy bidding wars.  Unfortunately it is behind a paywall…but worth pointing to…

Kenneth Thomas in WSJ
 WSJ.COM
Opinion | Pass a Law to Combat Rent-Seeking
Congress could invoke the Commerce Clause to limit destructive competition over corporate subsidies.
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