A long history of amending resolutions with legal effect.
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The guidelines would ignore decades of academic findings about how firm concentration can have a positive impact on consumers' welfare.
Promoting impunity for violating rights as a policy tool? What could go wrong?
Civil forfeiture is a highly unaccountable practice. The justices have the opportunity to make it a bit less so.
A 2007 Debate Provoked by Richard Posner Illuminates the Current Clash Over Judicial Power in Israel
The appeals court judge argued that the Israeli Supreme Court had usurped the role of legislators.
Presenters include Kermit Roosevelt (UPenn), Samantha Barbas (U. of Buffalo), Michael Mannheimer (Northern Kentucky Univ.), and myself.
The decision reverses a terrible previous decision by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Supreme Court Confirms That State Legislatures Can't Ignore the Constitution When Writing Election Rules
Chief Justice John Roberts decisively rejected the independent state legislature theory.
California’s governor insists his “28th Amendment” would leave the right to arms “intact.”
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He either doesn't understand or won't admit why this violates the First Amendment.
Baby Ninth Amendments, by Anthony Sanders
The legislation would give property owners "sole discretion" in deciding how many parking spaces they want to build.
The records confirm medical neglect in a federal women's prison that Reason first reported on in 2020.
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The CFPB funding scheme is constitutional, the 2nd Circuit says.
This College President Knows the First Amendment Protects the Drag Show He Canceled. He Just Doesn't Care.
"I will not appear to condone the diminishment of any group at the expense of impertinent gestures toward another group for any reason, even when the law of the land appears to require it," he wrote.
Understanding what’s at stake in United States v. Hansen
A new report details how plea bargaining can hurt defendants and warps the justice system.
Lawmakers should proactively retake the power of the purse from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, regardless of how the Supreme Court rules.
Plus: Some State of the Union fact checking, a livestream discussion about gun rights and violence, and more...
Now a judge has cleared him of wrongdoing and struck down the rule used to justify the arrest.
Louisiana Keeps Over a Quarter of Inmates Detained Past Their Release Dates, DOJ Investigation Finds
"There is an obligation both to incarcerated persons and the taxpayers not to keep someone incarcerated for longer than they should be," a Louisiana district attorney said. "Timely release is not only a legal obligation, but arguably of equal importance, a moral obligation."
The Alamo Is Trying To Eminent Domain This Man's Bar to Make Way for Museum Honoring Alamo Defenders
"I think, in principle, it's ridiculous to have to deal with this eminent domain bullshit on the grounds of the Alamo," says owner Vince Cantu.
Judge Rules DeSantis Violated First Amendment by Ousting Reform Prosecutor but Declines To Reinstate Him
"In short, the controlling motivations for the suspension were the interest in bringing down a reform prosecutor," the judge wrote.
The former Libertarian congressman was in the Capitol Wednesday drumming up a Hail Mary quest to become speaker of the House.
People in power lean on private businesses to impose authoritarian policies forbidden to the government.
The liberal justice seems ready to fight legal conservatives on their own ground.
An appeals court rejected a qualified immunity defense.
The city of Vallejo, California, has paid millions in recent years to settle excessive force lawsuits against its heavy-handed police force.
Originalist scholar Larry Solum suggests KBJ could be the Left's Antonin Scalia.
Plus: The editors consider a listener question on the involuntary hospitalization of the mentally ill.
Eric Adams' Plan To Involuntarily Hospitalize Mentally Ill Homeless People Will Face Legal Challenges
Civil liberties groups say Adams' plan violates constitutional rights protecting people with mental illness from being confined against their will simply for existing.