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  • February 10, 2016    |   School Choice

    Late last week, a Fulton County Superior Court judge dismissed all constitutional aspects of the legal challenge to Georgia’s popular tax credit scholarship program. The program allows individuals and corporations to claim a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for their voluntary contributions to private charities, which in turn use the donated funds to provide scholarships for low-income…

  • February 10, 2016    |   Private Property

    Lawsuit: Indianapolis Police Violate Constitution In Pursuit of “Policing for Profit”

    Indiana Forfeiture Victims Sue to End Civil Forfeiture's Perverse Profit Incentive

    Arlington, Va.—The Indiana Constitution clearly states that “all forfeitures” must go to support the state’s schools, but that has not stopped police and prosecutors in Indianapolis from keeping 100 percent of civil forfeiture proceeds for themselves. This multi million-dollar constitutional violation has been going on for years, fueling aggressive forfeiture practices in Indiana’s capital city.…


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