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Jacob Sullum|July 1, 2018
The Supreme Court has been almost completely silent on the subject of gun rights, leaving important issues unresolved.
Jacob Sullum|May 25, 2018
The ruling against Donald Trump's blocking of Twitter critics provides guidelines for staying on the right side of the First Amendment.
Jacob Sullum|May 24, 2018
The court relies on a debunked recidivism estimate to justify tagging and surveillance of sex offenders.
Jacob Sullum|May 23, 2018
The lopsided House vote for treating assaults on cops as federal crimes is a bipartisan portrait in cowardice.
The president thinks the distinction between justice and politics is for suckers.
Jacob Sullum|May 22, 2018
None of the usual gun control proposals seems relevant to the massacre at Santa Fe High School.
Jacob Sullum|May 18, 2018
The city council's unanimous support for the new ban does not make up for its lack of logic and legality.
Deaths attributed solely to pain pills are rare in Clark County.
Jacob Sullum|May 16, 2018
Congress can’t "commandeer" state legislators, but it can achieve the same result with "preemption."
Scott Gottlieb announces a public meeting focused on the concerns of chronic pain patients.
Jacob Sullum|May 15, 2018
More reason to doubt that pain pill restrictions will save lives
Jacob Sullum|May 14, 2018
How a scary name for an arbitrary group of firearms distorts the gun control debate
The president hopes that forcibly separating parents from their kids will deter illegal entry.
Jacob Sullum|May 11, 2018
Like state legislators, the chain is taking its cue from the CDC's guidelines.
Jacob Sullum|May 10, 2018
A bill on John Hickenlooper's desk would begin to address the problem of finding legal places to use legal marijuana.
CBP won't return the cash unless the owner signs an illegal waiver.
Jacob Sullum|May 9, 2018
A new study provides more evidence that the opioid crackdown is driving people toward deadlier drugs.
Scott Gottlieb claims requiring the numbers on menus "does reduce overall caloric intake," which the research does not show.
Jacob Sullum|May 8, 2018
The president's admittedly uninformed and unreliable lawyer says Donald Trump never lies to the press.
Jacob Sullum|May 7, 2018
Bill de Blasio's plan includes four privately funded and operated "overdose prevention centers" in three boroughs.
Jacob Sullum|May 4, 2018
Paul LePage's obstructionism has delayed the establishment of a legal recreational market.
Jacob Sullum|May 3, 2018
It remains unclear whether contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives violated the law.
Jacob Sullum|May 2, 2018
Banned Since 1985, MDMA could soon be approved as a PTSD treatment.
Don't medicalize political judgments.
Jacob Sullum|May 1, 2018
Trump 'absolutely' opposed the federal crackdown his attorney general seems to want.
New York's highest court says accusations can be considered for registration purposes even when the defendant was acquitted.
Jacob Sullum|April 30, 2018
The measure would make Michigan the 10th state to legalize cannabis for recreational use.
Jacob Sullum|April 26, 2018
The former V.A. nominee was charged with distributing sleeping pills and stimulants that helped people do their jobs.
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