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  • October 1, 2015    |   Economic Liberty First Amendment

    Victory for Advice Columnist

    Federal Court Halts Psychology-Board Censorship; Psychology Board’s “Regulatory Zeal” Prompts Judge to Issue “‘Wake Up’ Call”

    Arlington, Va.—In a major victory for First Amendment rights, yesterday evening a federal court in Kentucky found an effort by the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology to censor the parenting advice of nationally syndicated newspaper columnist John Rosemond to be unconstitutional. Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove in his ruling criticized the Board’s “regulatory zeal”…

  • September 24, 2015    |   Economic Liberty

    Judge Helps Clear the Road for Ridesharing in Chicago

    Federal Judge Dismisses Several Taxi Owners’ Claims to Millions of Dollars Following Legalization of Ridesharing

    Chicago—Yesterday afternoon, Judge Sharon Coleman threw out most of the claims brought in a federal lawsuit that threatened to end transportation innovation in Chicago. The city’s taxicab companies filed the lawsuit in an attempt to invalidate a 2014 ordinance officially sanctioning ridesharing. A coalition of Chicago ridesharing drivers partnered with the Institute for Justice (IJ)…

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