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September 30, 2014
WDRB
Charlestown residents speak out over Pleasant Ridge development
More than 350 homes are planned to be demolished in the Pleasant Ridge area of Charlestown, Ind. ...   More

September 30, 2014
Daily Report
Lawyers Debate Private School Tax Credit
At the heart of a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Georgia's ...   More

September 30, 2014
Forbes
This Federal Program Lets Cops Seize Cash, Evade State Laws And Keep Over A Billion Dollars
Police are sworn to protect the public, not to profiteer ...   More

September 26, 2014
Reason
Should Obsolete Justifications for a 1952 Law Still Hold Legal Force Today? SCOTUS May Decide
Restrictions on liberty today must be justified by some legitimate public purpose today ...   More

September 25, 2014
Townhall
Designing Government-imposed Cartels
If your interior designer uses too many clashing throw pillows, call another designer, not the authorities ...   More

September 24, 2014
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Another great idea that went horribly wrong
Hey, here’s a great crime-fighting idea: Let’s give local police and prosecutors the authority to seize cash, cars, homes and other property from private citizens ...   More

September 23, 2014
Forbes
Texans Created Over A Thousand Local Businesses After Texas Eased Restrictions On Selling Food Made At Home
Come and bake it ...   More

September 22, 2014
Carolina Journal
Appeals Court Releases Voucher Money For Low-Income Students
The N.C. Court of Appeals will allow nearly 1,900 students to get vouchers for the current school year ...   More

September 19, 2014
Huffington Post
My Struggle for Braiding Freedom
Public officials at the federal, state and local levels chatter constantly about employment and job creation ...   More

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