Ella Lubell is the summer 2021 Burton C. Gray Memorial Intern at Reason.
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Despite the outraged response from his peers, student Isadore Johnson is still optimistic about the future of free speech at UConn.
Jigisha Modi can't hire her own mother-in-law—who has decades of eyebrow-threading experience—because of Kansas' occupational licensing rules. Now she's suing.
The bill would prohibit charitable organizations from paying bail for anyone who had committed "an offense involving violence" at any time in the past 10 years.
A congestion pricing proposal would have drivers pay $6.50 every time they enter a downtown zone.
A bill signed into law this month in Illinois and one awaiting governor approval in New Hampshire would let kids sell non-alcoholic beverages outside their homes.
A proposal obtained by Politico would get rid of male-only language in an upcoming military service bill.
Virtual Access to Doctors During the Pandemic Changed the Lives of Patients With Disabilities. Now That Care Is in Jeopardy.
Telemedicine opened up new possibilities for patients with disabilities and chronic conditions.
A new law allows cash-strapped districts to send students to private religious schools.
Survey data suggest that 59.2 percent of Americans are "thriving"—the highest percentage recorded in Gallup's 13 years of measurement. Take that, 2020.
Opposed by LGBT and pro-choice advocacy groups, the measure allows doctors to refuse to perform treatments on moral grounds
A measure awaiting the governor's signature would make it easier for natural hair braiders in Wisconsin to work.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Case Challenging Massachusetts' Income Tax on Telecommuters Who Don't Live or Work in Massachusetts
The Court left increasingly urgent questions about taxing remote workers up in the air.
A bipartisan bill in Congress seeks to get the FDA out of the premium cigar industry.
The pop star's moving testimony casts light on the potential for abuse in court-ordered conservatorships.
His platform includes cutting almost all taxes and ending incarceration for non-violent crime.
COVID-19 has exposed the problems of a centralized food supply and built momentum for sweeping deregulation of the meat industry.
It's not "freedom" to tell business owners they have to let unvaccinated people onto their premises.
Two states have passed laws requiring court approval before the cops can use genetic genealogy services to track down a suspect.
Chairman Jerome Powell says the Fed will look into the "benefits and risks" of a digital dollar.
A new lawsuit challenges Minnesota's law requiring a person be at least 21 years old to carry a handgun.
Oklahoma, Alabama, and Montana are the latest states to deregulate homemade food sales.