It took a crisis for policymakers to see that hundreds of rules were not worth the burdens they imposed.
- Make 'Temporary' Regulatory Relief Permanent After the Pandemic Passes
- Coronavirus Puts Counterproductive Regulations Into Perspective
- Coronavirus: 10 Public Safety Regulations Set Aside in the Name of Public Safety
- Physicians Should Be Allowed To Practice Across State Lines—and Not Just During a Pandemic
- It's Going To Be Hard Enough To Get Kids Back to Day Care After COVID-19
- Regulations on Gift Cards Make It Harder To Support Local Businesses in a COVID Crunch
In some states, the total is as high as 65 percent. It's a stunning statistic that might force policy makers to reconsider their approach to fighting the coronavirus.
Barton Gellman's new book is a riveting account of exposing NSA excesses to the light of the day.
Indiana is still fighting to keep Tyson Timbs' SUV seven years after it first seized the car, but for now, it's back in Timbs' driveway.
Do Pandemic-Inspired Bans on Religious Services Violate the First Amendment? Circuit Courts Are Split.
Supreme Court precedent suggests COVID-19 restrictions that discriminate against churches are presumptively unconstitutional.
A flawed argument for judicial passivity in cases of government regulation.
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The House will consider a surveillance reform proposal that failed in the Senate by just one vote.
The Reason Roundtable grapples with virus-swapping, policy-bungling, and Libertarian politics.
The World Health Organization pauses clinical trials in light of disturbing new results.
They’re still not being treated the same as secular places of gathering, so a legal challenge continues.
County Threatens Fines, Demands Expensive Alterations From Arizona Couple Hosting Free Yoga Classes and Potlucks on Their Property
Joshua and Emily Killeen are suing Yavapai County, Arizona, for what they claim are unconstitutional restrictions on their ability to advertise their business and host events on their rural property.
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A law passed by Florida Republicans to limit a constitutional amendment restoring voting rights to felony offenders violates the 14th and 24th Amendments, the judge ruled.
Prosecutors Back Dismissal of 91 More Cases Involving the Houston Cop Who Lied to Justify a Deadly Drug Raid
The announcement brings the total number of suspect cases initiated by Gerald Goines to 164 over 11 years.
It’s not another Free State Project, just a way to live a better life during the coronavirus era.
Cohen, who had been linked with parodist Vermin Supreme, identifies as an anarchist.
The anti-voucher polemic is augmented by historical half-truths and selective omissions of countervailing evidence.
Most of the money will go to the wealthiest agriculture businesses.
Larry Sharpe, Spike Cohen, and Ken Armstrong strategize about how to sell liberty during a pandemic.
While Europe was in revolt, America had its own Free Soil revolution of 1848.
It’s all about the revenue. Civil forfeiture brings in money, and lawmakers are more worried about their budgets than residents’ due process and property rights.
Libertarian Party Presidential Debate Offers Choice Between All Liberty Now or Moving the Ball of Liberty Down the Field
Libertarians will decide this weekend if a message that "nothing matters more...than living in a free society" will resonate in 2020.