‘Our government is not transparent’
‘United States v. Approximately 64,695 Pounds of Shark Fins’
‘DOJ seems determined to lose in court’
Justices look to reign in abusive practices
‘The public ought to know how forfeiture is being used’
The IRS reimbursed a Maryland dairy farmer for thousands of dollars wrongly seized under civil forfeiture laws on Wednesday.
‘Big companies like H&R Block can easily absorb the additional costs imposed by new regulations’
It’s hard to get people worked up about regulations — here’s how.
‘Limiting food trucks does not improve public health’
Occupational licensing agency squashes small business owners with outrageous requirements
Across the nation, eminent domain and licensing laws are used to crowd out competition or serve powerful interests.
Forcing medical entrepreneurs to get government permission before they can offer lifesaving diagnostic services isn’t just wrong, it’s unconstitutional.
The National Organ Transplant Act, which criminalizes organ sales, no longer applies to bone marrow.
Institute for Justice: ‘These regulations are typical government protectionism’
The Institute for Justice is suing the state of Arizona on behalf of oppressed eyebrow threaders.
The Institute for Justice is launching a nationwide effort to defend the right of street vendors to earn an honest living.
Does the First Amendment let the government play art critic?
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Fate of man sentenced to 7 years in prison for possessing his own guns may now rest with NJ governor
Supreme Court agrees to hear a suit against a controversial Arizona campaign finance law
Through a procedure known as “asset forfeiture,” Texas authorities can seize innocent people’s property.