Let's hope he mitigates the president's worst protectionist instincts.
A shameful chapter in U.S. law.
But will Congress let them rise from the dead?
Some cities have warmed to them, but protectionist policies still oppress.
The current regime makes it hard for licensed cannabusinesses to compete with the black market.
Are "gun violence restraining orders" the answer?
Now the city wants the laundromat studied to see if it is a historic resource.
Saginaw demands that establishments install video cameras and turn over footage.
Restricted distribution is a barrier to generic competition.
Regulators seem to recognize the need for restraint.
Josephine, in the Bay Area, linked aspiring food entrepreneurs with hungry neighbors.
When initial prescriptions are too short, refills are more likely.
"There is nothing inherent" to strip clubs "that causes crime," say city planners.
In a series of protests, strip club workers and their allies are pushing back against abusive policing.
The opioid crisis is starting to drive people crazy.
The U.S. used to come in second or third in rankings, but according to the latest Human Freedom Index it's at 17.
Old Dominion distillers just want fair tax competition with wineries and breweries.
My new Penn Regulatory Review article explains why =widespread claims that Trump is a deregulator are undermined by his immigration policies, which include increases in regulation that outweigh reductions he may have achieved elsewhere.
Illinois and Texas think biometric identifiers are a lawsuit waiting to happen.