The Week That Was -- June 29, 2012
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Here are the most widely read FreeEnterprise.com stories for the week ending June 29:
Walker Begins Next Phase of Growth Agenda – In an exclusive interview with Free Enterprise, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) said he’s ready to get back to his normal life.
U.S. Chamber Will Continue Efforts to Improve the Health Care System – While respectful of the Supreme Court’s decision, the Chamber says the health care law is "fundamentally flawed."
Are U.S. Public Colleges Making the Grade? – U.S. Chamber President and CEO Tom Donohue makes the case for higher education reform, pointing to a new U.S. Chamber analysis of public colleges and universities in all 50 states.
Guest Column: After Three Years of Debate, It’s Time to Deliver – Stu Levenick, Group President of Caterpillar, Inc., writes about the need for Congress to pass transportation reauthorization legislation to help boost the economy and improve America’s competitive edge.
U.S. Chamber Applauds Filing of House-Senate Conference Report on Transportation Reauthorization – The U.S. Chamber congratulates the House and Senate conference committee members for finding an equitable agreement to a long-term transportation reauthorization bill.