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July 29, 2015
Wall Street Journal
Opinion Journal: License to Kill (Jobs)
Institute for Justice Strategic Research Director Dick Carpenter on a new White House report on the costs of occupational licensing.   More

July 28, 2015
World Magazine
North Carolina high court OKs school choice program
The North Carolina Supreme Court ruled 4-3 last week in favor of taxpayer-funded scholarships for...   More

July 26, 2015
Wall Street Journal
Tar Heel School Voucher Victory
School vouchers may be the most effective anti-poverty program around, yet they’re fought tooth and hammer by the teachers unions...   More

July 26, 2015
Star-Ledger
Uber and the sharing economy: Death cab for the protectionists and monopolists
Who will shed a tear for Gene Friedman?...   More

July 24, 2015
Associated Press
North Carolina Court Upholds Taxpayer-Funded Grants For Private Schools
A divided state Supreme Court ruled Thursday in favor of a Republican-backed program that spends taxpayer money on tuition for...   More

July 23, 2015
The Economist
A grave business
Death is tricky, but burials are fairly straightforward...   More

July 22, 2015
Catholic News Service
Archdiocese of Newark sues New Jersey over headstone law
A public interest law firm has filed a federal case on behalf of the archdiocese of Newark challenging...   More

July 22, 2015
Newsy
Tradition And Law At Odds Over Where You Lay Your Headstone
Earlier this year, New Jersey passed a law prohibiting the Archdiocese of Newark from selling its own headstones...   More

July 21, 2015
Reuters
Archdiocese of Newark suing New Jersey over law that prevents headstone sales
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark has sued the state of New Jersey, arguing that a new law preventing...   More

July 21, 2015
Toledo Blade
Bowling Green repeals law limiting taxicabs
A little more than a month after taxicab entrepreneur John Rinaldi filed a lawsuit against Bowling Green...   More