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  • May 21, 2020    |   Private Property

    The idea that judicial decision-makers must be objective when presiding over criminal and civil cases is a cornerstone of our legal system and the Constitution. When judges or prosecutors have a political or financial interest in the punishment of defendants, the process is inherently unconstitutional. But Hakeem Meade and too many others in New Orleans…

  • May 19, 2020    |   Economic Liberty

    Cindy Harper is an aspiring home baker in Lincoln, Nebraska. In 2019, thanks in part to her testimony before the state’s legislature, Nebraska unanimously passed LB 304 and joined the vast majority of states that allow individuals to sell shelf-stable foods (such as cookies, breads, and jams) directly from home. Specifically, LB 304 exempts those…

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