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June 26, 2015
Washington Post
Texas Supreme Court (somewhat) reinvigorates “substantive due process” protection for economic liberty
Under the federal Due Process Clause, as interpreted in recent decades, economic regulations are...   More

June 26, 2015
Arizona Capitol Times
Good intentions do not give government a license to silence speech
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, handed down just last week, was a unanimous victory for free speech...   More

June 25, 2015
Washington Post
On Obamacare, John Roberts helps overthrow the Constitution
Conservatives are dismayed about the Supreme Court’s complicity in rewriting the Affordable Care Act...   More

June 25, 2015
Philadelphia Tribune
Lawmakers join new effort to fight civil forfeiture
The issue of civil forfeiture came to the forefront in Harrisburg this week when groups of conservative and progressives joined...   More

June 25, 2015
Philadelphia Inquirer
D.A.'s Office reaches partial settlement in forfeiture suit
The Philadelphia District Attorney's Office has agreed to change two of the most scrutinized...   More

June 23, 2015
National Review
Ten Years Later, the Seizure of Private Property in Kelo Hasn’t Done Anything for the Public
Ten years Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the City of New London’s seizure...   More

June 23, 2015
Huffington Post
New Campaign Proves Stopping Police From Stealing Innocent People's Property Is A Bipartisan Issue
A number of top progressive and conservative groups are banding together for a new campaign...   More

June 23, 2015
The Arizona Republic
Cochise County using seized crime money for scholarships
The Cochise County Sheriff's Office is providing nine high school students with college scholarships...   More

June 23, 2015
Can a city give your home to a private developer? In 2005, the Supreme Court said yes.
Officially, the Supreme Court's decision in the case of Kelo v. City of New London, which was decided 10 years ago today...   More

June 23, 2015
Orange County Register
Ten years later, still learning the lessons of Kelo
It has been 10 years to the day since the U.S. Supreme Court’s infamous 5-4 Kelo v. City of New London decision...   More