Protecting citizens from intrusive government surveillance is a virtue well worth signaling.
After San Francisco approved a similar ban, teen smoking rates increased.
Instead of trusting the science, the FDA will treat adults like children.
Government and the media aren't paying attention to the relative benefits of vaping over smoking tobacco.
It's not "freedom" to tell business owners they have to let unvaccinated people onto their premises.
A blanket ban on medical procedures for minors is not a prescription for human liberty.
The winners in every battle over restrictions are the people who do whatever they please without regard for government officials.
Maybe California will figure out how to keep the lights on by then.
There’s nothing good about censoring communication platforms citizens want to use.
Wrongful Arrest in Detroit Demonstrates Why Police Use of Facial Surveillance Technology Must Be Banned
The good news is that Boston has just barred law enforcement from using facial recognition technology.
This unilateral executive action has been scrutinized by both Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and U.S. District Judge Brantley Starr.
New York's New Budget: No Legal Weed, No Fracking, No Flavored Vapes, No Police Transparency. But You Get E-scooters!
If only everybody weren’t stuck in their homes.
"Facial recognition represents a dystopic advancement of the police state."
Law enforcement betrayed the trust of gun owners who were doing their best to comply with government-mandated confiscation.
Can't buy it? That's okay, you can easily get the pieces to build one yourself.
When the human condition resists perfection through legislation, the answer always seems to be more—and stupider—laws.
The city is banning e-cigarettes while actual cigarettes remain legal.
Or are Americans simply wising up to the dangers posed by cops having their "face prints" on file?
Pervasive real-time police surveillance is not just theoretical anymore.
What's actually demeaning is thinking you know what's best for an entire group of people.
You can thank Prohibition.
The ban may be well-intentioned, but it's misguided all the same.
There is no compelling ethical reason to limit this exercise of reproductive liberty.
Frats already break the law by serving alcohol to underage students. Why would a ban on hard liquor be any different?
The urge to suppress runs up against targets which have no form, shape, or fixed location, and can be infinitely reproduced.