Limited government folks have often touted sunset provisions as a tool for controlling the size of the state—Alan Greenspan comes to mind. But in Legal Affairs, Chris Mooney argues that they don't work. In fact, they may have the opposite of the intended effect: Sunset provisions can help to placate skeptics, enabling the passage of legislation that otherwise would stall. But once passed, it becomes far easier to quietly repeal the sunset than it might've been to pass a permanent bill in the first place.
Untested delta-8-THC products are gaining in popularity
"How can an ordinary person afford to wait years after the government takes their car?"
Cases are rising mainly in states with stricter disease control policies.
Manhattan Will Drop Charges for Prostitution and Unlicensed Massage but Continue Prosecuting Prostitution Patrons
The Nordic Model comes to Manhattan.
Nothing is more permanent than an “emergency” mandate.