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Daniel Castro argues that 3-D printing's capacity for innovation will ultimately benefit society, but we must address the policy implications including the need for reformed IP laws.
MSNBC
“Given that the Obama Administration has publicly supported increasing the R&D credit and making it permanent, it is troubling that they are now threatening to veto this pro-growth measure,” says Robert Atkinson.
Financial Times
U.S. companies are doing more and more R&D offshore, one reason why is cost – not just labor cost – but also tax cost, says Robert Atkinson.
MSNBC
We should move forward with pro-growth, tax policy changes that already have bipartisan support, says Robert Atkinson.
USA Today
Anti-GMO advocates willfully overlook the fact that these technologies have been principally responsible for reducing the overall price of food, says Val Giddings.

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The latest revelations, says Daniel Castro, "might convince some on the fence that these programs, while useful, do not have sufficient oversight and are overreaching."
FierceGovernmentIT
The U.S. lacks a comprehensive innovation strategy which is impacting national competitiveness.
Desert News
The state was ranked first in economic dynamisim in ITIF’s State New Economy Index.
NJ Spotlight
Competition for innovation-based economic growth has become so intense that states have to get everything right: taxes, trade, infrastructure, and much more, says Stephen Ezell.
Eugene Register Guard
The state’s decisions on everything from education to tax policy should be evaluated based on their ability to improve innovation and technical capacity.