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August 25, 2015
New Haven Register
Editorial: Eminent domain not the way to go for West Haven’s Haven South development
A battle is brewing in West Haven as a group of residents and business owners have formed a grass-roots group...   More

August 25, 2015
American Farm Publications Inc.
Congressmen to U.S. Treasury: Return Md. farmer’s seized cash
A Maryland dairy farmer who had money seized by the federal government three years ago after he said he unknowingly...   More

August 21, 2015
Forbes
Criminalizing Poverty: How Government Works Against The Poor
In Texas, the City of Austin just launched a radio ad campaign to inform the public that, if they charge money to...   More

August 21, 2015
Huffington Post
A Dozen Things 'The New Yorker' Gets Wrong about Free Speech (And Why It Matters)
The April issue of The New Yorker magazine included one of the more powerful rallying cries to defend global free speech that...   More

August 20, 2015
Philly.com
Atlantic City piano-tuner's home saved from casino bulldozers
In the campaign to separate an Atlantic City piano tuner from his family's home, a New Jersey judge has changed his tune...   More

August 20, 2015
Huffington Post
Signs Point to More Freedom: How a Recent Supreme Court Decision Strengthens the First Amendment
Will a recent Supreme Court decision involving signs unleash more speech than Americans can handle?...   More

August 19, 2015
Associated Press
State: Skim Milk With No Added Vitamins Is 'Imitation'
The Ocheesee Creamery in the Florida Panhandle produces all-natural skim milk from...   More

August 15, 2015
Associated Press
Savannah tour guides say city uses testing to control speech
Before they can legally take paying customers sightseeing in Savannah, local tour guides must first...   More

August 14, 2015
New Haven Register
Group fights against eminent domain use for The Haven South in West Haven
The national organization that litigated the landmark Kelo v. City of New London eminent domain case has gotten involved with...   More

August 14, 2015
Weekly Standard
Class Action
It’s a rare constitutional law case that has something for everyone to loathe...   More