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Barnett Young Leaders Center

The Carol and Barney Barnett Young Leaders Center houses our JMI Internship Program. A diverse group of students gather at the JMI headquarters each semester to assist in all departments ranging from communications and policy, to development and events. Students are introduced to JMI’s mission and principles while gaining valuable knowledge and experience that furthers them in their career pursuits. To apply for the internship program, click here.

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Why Is the EU Telling Apple Which Chargers It Can Use?

If Europe really cared about e-waste it would stop mandating inefficient products. ANDREA O'SULLIVAN | 6.17.2022 8:05 AM After ten years of hard work to try and promote innovation and consumer welfare, the European Union has revealed its bold plan: to force device manufacturers to use a single charging standard. The Eurocrats are [...]

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Spill the Tea- Episode 19

On the latest episode of Spill the Tea, JMI's Dr. Bob McClure and Logan Padgett talk about gun control, their favorite summer drinks, now many people are visiting Florida this summer, Governor DeSantis' decision to veto the $35 million for the Tampa Bay Rays stadium, and other topics.

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Misguided Antitrust Proposal Handcuffs U.S. Tech Companies and Gives China the Edge | Opinion

As inflation persists and costs of groceries and gas rise, many hardworking taxpayers and business owners who already have tightened their budgets, will be making tough financial decisions for the foreseeable future, unfortunately. But while Floridians are tightening their belts, some U.S. senators are pushing ahead with the American Innovation [...]

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