A new Government Accountability Office report offers a useful lesson about the often unseen, human costs of making forms more difficult to fill out.
The expulsions, ordered by the CDC for the supposed purpose of stopping the spread of Covid-19, are illegal for much the same reasons as was the CDC eviction moratorium recently struck down by the Supreme Court.
Terrible Supreme Court Decisions that Should be Added to the "Anticanon" of Constitutional Law—Part I
Constitution Day is a good time to consider the issue of whether we have been overly accepting of some horrendous Supreme Court precedents. The Chinese Exclusion Case of 1889 is a great example.
A new bill could give some hope to "Documented Dreamers."
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Growing evidence confirms that barriers to immigration make us all worse off.
The consolidation of numerous unrelated government agencies within a single department has led to decades of waste, mismanagement, and terrible abuses of authority.
Yale Law School Prof. Cristina Rodriguez and I discussed this timely subject with host Stephen Henderson.
Labor Day is a good time to remember that we can make workers vastly better off by empowering more of them to vote with their feet.
Professors Zachary Price and Benjamin Eidelson offer competing takes.
The two are idolizing the wrong models.
This Navy Veteran Was Deported Over a One-Time Marijuana Offense. After Nearly a Decade in Exile, He's Back in the U.S.
Howard Bailey spent years serving his country, supporting his family, and running two small businesses. Then he got kicked out of the country.
Even supporters of the law should recognize the dangers of using enforcement as punishment.
Nativists like J.D. Vance warn that we need to be "properly vetting" the Afghans coming to the U.S., neglecting to mention just how safe these people are.
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The Biden Administration suffers a significant loss on the Supreme Court's "shadow docket."
I coauthored it with Kevin Cope (University of Virginia) and Alex Stremitzer (UCLA/ETH Zurich)
You can both support withdrawal and recognize its failed execution.
Lawsuit Says Conditions Inside Biden Administration's Shelters for Migrant Teens Are 'Inherently Unsafe'
Reason reported in May on persistent underwear shortages, filthy living conditions, and medical neglect at the largest of the shelters.
Attorney General Garland Should Reverse an Egregious Legal Ruling Denying Asylum to Refugees Fleeing Forced Labor at the Hands of Terrorist Groups
My recent USA Today op ed explains how and why.
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The whistleblower complaints substantiate reporting from Reason in May describing filthy conditions, untrained staff, and neglect.
Paid plasma donation is a financial lifeline for Mexican donors and a medical lifeline for plasma-dependent patients.
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The symposium includes contributions by Ben Powell, Peter Skerry, Eric Kaufman, and me.
The administration's processing of asylum claims is shrouded in mystery.
'If You Take to the Sea, You Will Not Come to the United States,' Cuban Refugee DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Tells Other Cuban Refugees
Biden promised to be an immigration changemaker. Where is the change?
"We thought President Joe Biden would protect us. Now we've lost our land. We don't even know what comes next," says Baudilia Cavazos.
Denied American Visas, These Afghans Were Forced To Make a Perilous Escape After Helping U.S. Troops for Years
Unable to tap into the immigration pathway for Afghan helpers, these men and their families opted to flee elsewhere.
Migrant Children Languished in Filthy Conditions Under Eye of Untrained Contractors, Whistleblowers Say
Two federal whistleblowers say they witnessed conditions that "caused physical, mental, and emotional harm affecting dozens of children" at the largest of the government's shelters for migrant youths.
The principles of the Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution justify free migration rights.
A compendium of many of my previous writings on these topics, which remain relevant today.
An Afghan Engineer Who Served the U.S. Military Had His Visa Denied Because the State Department Can't Reverify His Kidnapped Supervisor's Support
The Kafkaesque visa program for U.S.-affiliated Afghans puts thousands at grave risk.