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May 29, 2015
Orange County Register
Asset forfeiture abuses continue
Police and other government agencies claim civil asset forfeiture is needed to “take the profits out of crime..."   More

May 29, 2015
Forbes
Fifty Years Ago, A Philosophy Professor Won A Landmark Free Speech Case At The Supreme Court
This past Sunday marked the 50th Anniversary of Lamont v. Postmaster General, the first time the U.S...   More

May 27, 2015
Huffington Post
Our Rights Are 'Many and Infinite': Rand Paul's Revolutionary Idea
Senator Rand Paul has never shied away from challenging conservative constitutional orthodoxy...   More

May 27, 2015
Associated Press
Repeal Of Minnesota Campaign Giving Law Renders Lawsuit Moot
A lawyer for a group challenging Minnesota restrictions on certain campaign donations has advised a federal judge...   More

May 26, 2015
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Hinkle: Councilmen's rental-inspection proposal raises many questions
Should government agents be able to barge into your home without your permission, to make sure it’s being kept up?...   More

May 26, 2015
Record & Clarion
Legislature seeks to limit police confiscation powers
Michigan lawmakers want to make it harder for law enforcement agencies to take people’s stuff when they’re not charged with a crime...   More

May 24, 2015
Orange County Register
Redevelopment revival threatens land-grab abuses
A decade ago, a coalition of right, left and center came together in defense of property rights...   More

May 24, 2015
The Post and Courier
Charleston’s would-be tour guides face tough test
You may know that Charles Cotesworth Pinckney was one of Charleston’s most famous Revolutionary War-era figures...   More

May 19, 2015
The Philadelphia Tribune
D.A.: Civil forfeiture protocols necessary
District Attorney Seth Williams said Monday that his office continues to strengthen civil forfeiture protocols...   More

May 19, 2015
Detroit Free Press
State lawmakers consider changes in forfeiture laws
Michigan lawmakers are considering new legislation to reform the state's civil asset forfeiture laws, but...   More