Jeff Stier

Senior Fellow

Consumer Choice Center and Taxpayers Protection Alliance

Jeff Stier

Senior Fellow

Consumer Choice Center and Taxpayers Protection Alliance

Jeff Stier is a senior fellow at the Consumer Choice Center. He is also a senior fellow at the Taxpayers Protection Alliance and a policy advisor to the Heartland Institute.

He is widely quoted in the media and has written health policy op-eds for The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, The New York Post, The Washington Examiner, Foxnews.com and National Review Online. The New York Times, the Associated Press, Reuters, CNN, Fox News, CNBC, MSNBC, NPR and other major outlets have interviewed and quoted Stier on a wide range of topics.

Stier has testified at state and local legislatures throughout the U.S., at FDA scientific hearings and at the Office of Management and Budget. He has also been a voice for freedom at hearings at the United Nations and in Israel’s Knesset. During two decades of advancing public health and defending liberty, Stier has been a speaker at CPAC, policy retreats for elected officials and medical and legal conferences. Mr. Stier crafted health and environmental policy in the Office of the Mayor during the Giuliani administration in New York City.

Mr. Stier is Chairman of the board of the non-profit Jewish International Connections, NY. While earning his law degree at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Mr. Stier served two terms as Editor-In-Chief of the Cardozo Law Forum. Jeff and his canine, BB, volunteer as a Certified Crisis Response Strike Team with NATIONAL Crisis Response Canines, supporting survivors and first-responders.

Contributions

How Should Flavored Vapes Be Regulated?

June 21, 2021

Should flavored nicotine vapes be banned because they might contribute to youth addiction, or should flavors be allowed because they encourage adult smokers to switch to vaping?

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The Real World Costs of Heavy-Handed Chemical Regulation

Jeff Stier

December 11, 2020

The application of EU-style chemical regulation in emerging economies would reduce the number of jobs available and increase the cost of living in already struggling communities. A risk-based approach like that of the United States is the best way for Brazil, India, and other countries to raise standards of living while protecting their citizens.

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Explainer Episode 12 – A Recipe for A Better World: Nine Parts Innovation, One Part Regulation

March 19, 2020

In this episode, Jeff Stier draws on the experience of Impossible Burger to argue for light touch regulation on harm-reducing technologies.

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A Recipe for A Better World; Nine Parts Innovation, One Part Regulation

Jeff Stier

June 19, 2019

Sometimes well-intentioned, restrictive government interventions are backward-looking problem-solving tools. Too often, they fail to deliver on the promises made to justify their costs, both in terms of unintended consequences and their cost to individual freedoms.

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