(Inc., 9/9/2017) Small businesses need their own separate regulatory system. It should be simple. It should be accessible from one place.
(House of Representatives, 9/6/2017) Philip K. Howard testified in front of the House Small Business Committee today about cutting red tape and smarter regulation for small businesses.
(The Guardian, 8/19/17) It was as if Godzilla were smashing up their bridges, roads and railways before their eyes.
(Our American Network, 7/6/2017) A Tree Falls and Floods A Creek…But, YOU CAN’T Remove It!
(Common Good, 6/2017) Last month, the Center for American Progress released a report defending the current lengthy process and slurring Common Good and other reformers as “environmental review opponents.”
(CNBC, 7/10/2017) Philip Howard, Chair of The Common Good, discusses how the U.S. can improve it’s crumbling infrastructure with private funding.
(George Will, The Washington Post, 6/9/2017) In September 2015, Howard, founder and chair of the reform advocacy group Common Good, published the paper “Two Years Not Ten Years: Redesigning Infrastructure Approvals.
(Gerald Schifman, Crain’s New York, 6/9/2017) Large cargo ships have been crossing the world’s oceans for years but until this week couldn’t get past the Bayonne Bridge to reach Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal. That changed Thursday.
(Adam Edelman, NY Daily News, 6/9/2017) President Trump will spend the final day of his so-called “Infrastructure Week” Friday rolling out Brooklyn-born plans to roll-back regulations
(The Ripon Society, 4/2017) Once a cure for good government, it is now a cancer that needs to be reformed.
(NY Daily News, 4/2/17) President Trump has signaled that one of his next big initiatives will be to jump-start a trillion-dollar program to rebuild America’s fraying infrastructure.
(The Daily Beast, 3/31/17) In theory, both sides want infrastructure improvements. But Democrats are wedded to burdensome reviews, and Republicans to zero taxes. Kushner: make ’em deal.