The Spies Who Came Back to the Cold
Five Things You Need to Read Today
1. The Right to Try
The best part of the Trump administration, underneath the overhanging existential dread, is the push for deregulation. A lot of this has been done through executive action, which is of limited value because it can be undone by the next president (something Barack Obama should have considered). But here's one thing that has been done through legislation, with little resistance from Democrats: the "right to try."
The best statement of the meaning of the bill comes from its chief sponsor, Senator Ron Johnson.
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