More than a week after election day, it’s still not entirely certain who won (has there ever been a crazier year than 2020), but it appears increasingly likely that a new administration will take office in January. They are going to run smack into two overarching problems: how to gain control over the COVID-19 pandemic and how to reignite the U.S. economy. These problems are interrelated. We will only get out of this mess through American ingenuity and that’s already hard at work 24/7 developing promising solutions to protect public health, which releases the brake on the economy. So, here’s some advice: don’t listen to those who want to throttle down the engine driving that effort—don’t mess with the Bayh-Dole Act.
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