Council for Innovation Promotion

First House office will hold union vote today

On the question of taking action to lower prescription drug prices, progressive lawmakers are of two minds. Some argue that Congress should simply pass legislation to allow the government to set the price for prescription medications. That approach, whether wise on policy grounds or not, at least has the virtue of fidelity to our constitutional

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Ex-patent officials, U.S. judges join lobbyist for IP policy push

On the question of taking action to lower prescription drug prices, progressive lawmakers are of two minds. Some argue that Congress should simply pass legislation to allow the government to set the price for prescription medications. That approach, whether wise on policy grounds or not, at least has the virtue of fidelity to our constitutional

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Former USPTO Directors Launch Bipartisan Advocacy Organization Dedicated to Promoting and Defending U.S. Innovation

WASHINGTON (September 22, 2022) — Today, the Council for Innovation Promotion, a new coalition that will advocate for the preservation of U.S. intellectual property, formally launched. “Our Founding Fathers enshrined intellectual property rights in the U.S. Constitution for good reason,” said Andrei Iancu, co-chair of C4IP’s board of directors and former Under Secretary of Commerce

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