Billy Binion is an assistant editor at Reason.
His writing has appeared in HuffPost, Washington Examiner, The Saturday Evening Post, and The Virginian-Pilot, among other publications. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia.
Riots have raged in the city in response to Floyd's death.
No, Gates didn't create COVID-19, and he does not want to microchip us all.
But the high court may consider other cases that could overturn the outrageous legal doctrine.
His proposed law would require that corporations return bailout funds if they don't rehire the same number of employees.
Forcing Google to behave like a public utility would probably not serve the interests of those demanding that designation—or the rest of us.
Making businesses close early will not stop the spread of COVID-19.
Gov. Greg Abbott made the change after a Dallas salon owner was jailed for reopening her salon.
Some lawmakers allege that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has overstepped the bounds of her authority.
Texas salons are allowed to reopen on Friday. Shelley Luther will be sitting in jail.
A civil rights lawsuit alleges that the government violated Kathy Hay's constitutional rights when it shuttered her free pantry.
The lawmaker says that the company's data practices violate antitrust law. They do not.
But testing remains a key issue in some of those states.
The strict stay-at-home order received a great deal of backlash for its more arbitrary prohibitions.
"I think a lot of people should just say, 'No. We're not going back to that.'"
The libertarian-leaning congressman says the Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses discriminates against those that most need it.
The deal primarily sets aside $320 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses.
And Georgia will reopen select businesses beginning April 24.
The company says it will return the money after it was announced that the Paycheck Protection Program ran out of funding.
The congresswoman claimed that Amazon is "refusing to provide basic protective equipment to workers." That's not true.
"We question some restrictions that she has imposed as overstepping her executive authority."
The $349 billion loan program is meant to help small companies hit hard by social distancing.
The city said that food-packaging regulations stand in the way. That's not true.
The president again insisted that the federal government can open the country by fiat. It cannot.
The governor's new stay-at-home order is arbitrary and far too strict.
Unclear terms, unrealistic loan forgiveness, a site unprepared for launch, and a bottomless demand for cash
Glenn Fine was abruptly removed from his post without explanation.
"We're not going to be looking back," said House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn.
The president also cannot reopen the country whenever he pleases.
Before this, the wait period was a year.
First, they didn't have grocery permits. Now they are not allowed to take any walk-ins.
"You cannot just decide you want to sell groceries," said Barbara Ferrer, the director of L.A. County Public Health.
The agency should relax the yearlong deferral period.
The package doubled in cost over the course of the negotiations.
"Americans need fast, direct relief," says Justin Amash.
Lawmakers are still seeking a compromise.
The new plan seeks to help an economy decimated by the coronavirus.
The package seeks to curb the economic chaos caused by COVID-19.
It requires companies to allow its workers to take paid sick leave, unless the business employs more than 500 people. What?
But what he will do with that power remains uncertain.
The House bill seems to be more focused on leveraging political points than fighting coronavirus. Republicans can relate.
A.B. 5 has caused chaos in the Golden State.
A slew of decisive primary victories expand the former vice president's lead in the Democratic primary.
Attempts to impose low prices on emergency supplies often do far more harm than good.