The senator has introduced an amendment to the AM For Every Vehicle Act, sponsored by Sens. Ed Markey and Ted Cruz.
Texas Newspaper Virally Claims Ted Cruz Wanted To 'Limit' Preferred Pronouns. His Bill Doesn't Do That.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) introduced a bill last month that would bar federal agencies from forcing employees to respect preferred names or pronouns.
Why have so few species been taken off the endangered species list?
In the last 50 years, when the budget process has been in place, Congress has managed only four times to pass a budget on time.
Boosting minimum wages often increases unemployment and raises prices.
The best reforms would correct the real problems of overcriminalization and overincarceration, as well as removing all artificial barriers to building more homes.
Two bills approved by the Legislature this week will make it easier to build affordable housing on church land and in coastal areas.
Our political leaders envision a future in which high-tech implants snitch about our use of painkillers.
Americans support tighter laws, but not as much as they distrust government and like owning guns.
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The law makes it harder to record and observe police activity.
The plan's supporters say it won't push costs onto taxpayers.
New legislation would intervene in the credit card market to help businesses like Target and Walmart, who don't like the fees they have to pay to accept credit card payments.
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A 2007 Debate Provoked by Richard Posner Illuminates the Current Clash Over Judicial Power in Israel
The appeals court judge argued that the Israeli Supreme Court had usurped the role of legislators.
Some patients, especially those with opioid addictions, could actually benefit from access to medical marijuana.
Many politicians offer a simplified view of the world—one in which government interventions are all benefits and no costs. That couldn't be further from the truth.
Rent control is getting a rhetorical makeover from progressive policy makers.
After many failed efforts at reform, the Oregon Legislature has passed a bill allowing gas stations to designate up to half their pumps as self-service.
A bill that would expand wine sales in the Empire State is meeting familiar resistance from entrenched interests.
A House-approved bill that the president supports would expand the draconian penalties he supposedly wants to abolish.
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Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch highlights a vital lesson from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The imminent expiration of a law that recriminalized drug possession triggered a bipartisan panic.
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Just about everybody agrees the practice is legalized theft, but cops and prosecutors oppose change.
The hard lesson that free markets are better than state control may have to be relearned.
Certain employment measures in the House GOP’s border bill that are meant to verify citizenship status would harm American workers and employers.
Conservatives who support the bill recognize the conflict between unannounced home invasions and the Second Amendment.
The legislation would give property owners "sole discretion" in deciding how many parking spaces they want to build.
Requiring users to verify their age to use social media will degrade their privacy and cybersecurity.
To address an "unpaid debt bubble," the proposed law would dictate contract terms and require regulators to intervene in commercial disputes.
Backed by Gov. Ron DeSantis, the measures will punish peaceful migrants and the Floridians who interact with them.
An expanded surveillance state can’t solve problems created by drug prohibition.
Correcting the error will require new legislation.
The debate over the details shows that, despite all the talk of treating cannabis like alcohol, legislators are not prepared to fully embrace that model.
Americans’ opinions are more nuanced than headlines suggest, leaving little room for total bans.