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Ep 33 | Tech Policy Palooza!

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Free the People's Logan Albright and Mike Feuz are joined by Josh Withrow from the National Taxpayer's Union Foundation to address some misconceptions about tech policy. Josh points out that many of the proposed solutions coming from both the left and right would actually make things far worse and result in less freedom.

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