Tag: regulations
California Bureaucrats Behaving Badly
Californians have had to endure one of the strictest COVID-19 lockdown regimes in the United States. The state has imposed stay-at-home orders and curfews on its residents. It has also imposed draconian restrictions on how many businesses and other organizations in the state may operate. Only recently have some of those restrictions begun to...
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NCAA Court Case Will Not Restore Lost Rights of Athlete-Students
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear an appeal by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in response to a Ninth Circuit ruling that allows colleges to compensate athletes for expenses related to their education. In 2014, West Virginia running back Shawne Alston argued that NCAA rules that place any limit on compensation from universities...
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California’s Regulations Against Affordable Housing
California has more homeless people than any other state, with large homeless tent camps occupying the sidewalks of many of its streets. California also has the second most expensive housing of all states, lagging only behind Hawaii. Writing at the Washington Examiner, Timothy P. Carney wonders to what extent the state government’s regulatory environment...
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Can the FDA Prevent Teens from Vaping?
Epidemics are causes for concern, but before we declare regulation to be the cure, we should question who administers the treatment.
FDA Vaping Regulations Will Do More Harm than Good
Stringent regulations on the e-cigarette market to come.
Common Sense 8, Phantom Frog 0 in Federal Land Grab Case
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service attempts to designate private property in Louisiana as “critical habitat”.
Is Trump Dismantling the Regulatory State?
Whatever his performance on regulations, the president has failed to eliminate any federal agencies, however useless they might be.
Love Gov: “Too Real”?
As part of our recent exhibit at the FreedomFest conference, we continuously screened our new online video series Love Gov. If you haven’t had a chance to watch it yet, each of the approximately 5-minute episodes deals with one of the five key issues that the Harvard Institute of Politics, Pew Research, and other...
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