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September 18, 2014
The Hill
First battle in the battle for the First Amendment
If there was a book entitled, “The Works of James Madison, as Rewritten by Senator Tom Udall,” few people would buy it ...   More

September 17, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Tesla Breaks the Auto Dealer Cartel
Nevada lets the electric car maker sell directly to consumers. Too bad everyone else still can't ...   More

September 17, 2014
Crain's Chicago Business
When is a street vendor an 'emerging business'? When Chicago says it is
Chicago's vendors have been pleading for the city to legalize them for decades ...   More

September 17, 2014
Washington Free Beacon
Inside the Worst Forfeiture Court in America
Why a class-action lawsuit aims to shut down Philadelphia’s daily shakedown of its own citizens ...   More

September 16, 2014
Daily Report
Georgia Suit Contests Dentists' Whitening 'Monopoly'
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next month over dentists' ability to keep the business of teeth whitening to themselves ...   More

September 15, 2014
Slate
Come and Take It
Libertarians fight for people whose property was seized by the police ...   More

September 15, 2014
Washington Post
Ensuring that laws remain “rational” when enforced
In Heffner v. Murphy, the Institute for Justice is challenging the rationality of several restrictions ...   More

September 12, 2014
Forbes
After Cops Seized and Kept Cash, Washington, D.C. Settles Almost Million-Dollar Forfeiture Class Action
Washington, D.C. paid $855,000 to settle a class action filed by property owners who argued that the city’s policy of seizing and taking their cash violated their constitutional rights ...   More

September 10, 2014
Weld for Birmingham
The law says “Do Not Pass Go”
Both sides in what some are calling the “teeth-whitening monopoly case” went to court last week ...   More

September 10, 2014
Real Clear Policy
Milwaukee's Taxi Monopoly Comes Crashing Down
For too long, the cab and limo industries have employed political cronyism and protectionist regulation to fend off competitors ...   More