Rules range from absurd to appalling without respect for civil liberties or basic logic.
Lawmakers want to pay cities to help cannabis businesses navigate the state’s oppressive bureaucracy.
The state is going to "reopen" June 15. That includes ending most mask mandates for vaccinated people.
Lawmakers are proposing to create a "California Dream Fund" that would subsidize up to 45 percent of the costs of a new home.
Oklahoma, Alabama, and Montana are the latest states to deregulate homemade food sales.
Laws which mandate big wage increases for workers during the pandemic are leaving store closures in their wake.
Will home cooking become the new dining out?
The MORE Act, which was reintroduced today, is full of contentious provisions that go far beyond repealing federal prohibition.
A Town in New Jersey Tried To Seize This Property To Block a Housing Development, Which Has Still Not Been Built
If politicians want lower housing prices, they need to let people build more housing.
Rather than let students weigh crypto costs and benefits on their own, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau claims to know best.
A Twitter Tiff Between Former Federal Health Officials Highlights the Weakness of the Case for Banning Kratom
Former Assistant Secretary for Health Brett Giroir says former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb's support for a ban was based on "embarrassingly poor evidence."
The New York Blood Center wants a larger headquarters to continue its cutting-edge medical research. Activists claim the new building will cast too much shadow.
National surveys obscure large regional variations in public opinion about abortion limits.
And it's already sold out.
Regulations might reshape DIY gun products, but they can’t eliminate the demand that created the industry.
The Restoring Board Immunity Act would give states yet another reason to rein in overzealous licensing authorities.
Making it easier to add energy capacity won’t prevent hacking hiccups, but it would help keep energy flowing.
A member of the board (and a Cato Institute vice president) defends the controversial decision to kick the former president off the social media platform.
Washington, D.C., policy makers are pairing their very gradual reopening with a series of complicated, confusing, and unworkable regulations.
The goal is to drastically reduce the population of disease-carrying bloodsuckers.
This is the same agency that cost thousands of lives with its botched vaccine rollout.
The FDA's 'Safety Pause' Predictably Lowered Americans' Confidence in Safety of J&J COVID-19 Vaccine
Who could possibly have known that that would happen?
A New Study of COVID-19 Transmission Questions the Adequacy of the Six-Foot Rule and the Rationale for Many Occupancy Limits
The researchers highlight the danger posed by tiny, well-circulated respiratory droplets.
Politicians and bureaucrats in legal states still struggle with the temptation to over-tax and over-regulate their legal marijuana markets.
A D.C. Blues Bar Ran a Mini-Vaccine Drive for Employees and Performers. Now Its Owner Wants the Right To Reopen.
Madam's Organ owner Bill Duggan says opening venues for the vaccinated would be a "win-win-win." Artists could perform, businesses could make money, and people would have one more reason to get their shot.
A Decade Ago, Recreational Cannabis Was Only Available on the Black Market. During the Pandemic, It Became an 'Essential Industry.'
Social distancing made the production, distribution, and sale of cannabis more challenging. People stuck home alone also boosted demand for an industry dedicated to getting you high.
It would significantly reduce carbon emissions, but onerous regulation stands in the way.
By invoking the magic of good intentions, the Times justifies the U.S. acting like Russia and China.
Executive order leaves it to individual businesses, not the government.
If states generally don't limit the potency of distilled spirits, why is such a safeguard necessary for a much less hazardous product?
From protests to the coronavirus, it thinks it can protect you from anything.
The Jones Act shields the American shipping industry from foreign competition and harms both the environment and disadvantaged communities.
Nothing is more permanent than an “emergency” mandate.
The founder of the Slapfish seafood chain battles arbitrary, non-scientific regulations and a punishing economy while reinventing the lobster roll.
The culinary innovator behind Slapfish on what it's been like to run a business with government at all levels arbitrarily flipping the on-off switch.
So many people are leaving the state that it will soon lose a congressional seat.