Contributing Editor Walter Olson is senior fellow at the Cato Institute and the author of several books on law. He was appointed by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan as co-chair of redistricting commissions in 2015 and 2018.
Latest from Walter Olson
Restaurants and shops are already suffering enough.
You can’t overdose on fentanyl simply by touching it.
The state finds ever more ways to menace you with imprisonment...for your own good.
Hot goods orders being used by the feds in attack on blueberry growers in the Pacific Northwest.
The Supreme Court weighs a contentious dispute over adoption, Indian lineage, and child welfare.
The fight between HUD and Westchester County has implications for property owners in the rest of the country.
Does government protect us from hazardous products, or does it put us in harm's way?
Tales from an overlawyered America
How the Swiss kept their freedom in World War II