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Technology and pharmaceutical companies could also fare worse under Obama's proposed policies than the current system, since their overseas earnings would likely generate higher taxes.
The Atlantic
Construction is a fragmented field, where the people who design buildings are different from the people who construct them, who in turn are different from the people who operate them. And, on the whole, the industry invests just about nothing in R&D.
San Francisco Chronicle
There is not much connection between what SOPA/PIPA critics are complaining about and what is in the legislation.
MarketWatch
Stephen Ezell outlines a strategy for revitalizing U.S. manufacturing, which suffered a precipitous decline during the past decade. Key to a reversal, he writes, will be greatly expanded government efforts to support the competitiveness of small- and medium-sized (SME) firms.
Fox News
SOPA might be necessary to deal with foreign sites that infringe U.S. intellectual property.

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