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Senate Committee Votes to Advance Big Tech Antitrust Bill

February 3, 2022
Today, the Open App Markets Act was advanced by the Senate Judiciary Committee by a 21-1 vote. The legislation now awaits a vote by the full Senate.…

Conservative Groups Demand Senate Pass Antitrust Bill Targeting Smartphone App Duopoly

January 31, 2022
Today, a group of leaders representing eight conservative organizations, led by American Principles Project (APP), sent a letter to U.S. senators urging them to support the Open…

APP Urges House GOP to Support Forcing Vote on Big Tech Antitrust Bill

January 12, 2022
Today, American Principles Project (APP) is urging Republican members of Congress to sign on to the discharge petition introduced by Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) that provides for…

Gov. Kristi Noem Moves to Protect Women’s Sports in South Dakota

December 14, 2021
Earlier today, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (R) announced she will press her state’s legislature to pass a bill to protect women’s sports and released the text…

APP Presses Gov. Abbott for Stronger Women’s Sports Protections

October 26, 2021
Late yesterday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law H.B. 25, legislation which directs the state’s University Interscholastic League to adopt a rule prohibiting biological males from…

APP Endorses Sen. Cotton’s Bill Restoring Parental Rights in Schools

October 21, 2021
Today, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) introduced the Empower Parents to Protect Their Kids Act, a bill that would prohibit K-12 schools that receive federal funds from facilitating…

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