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January 26, 2015
CNN
Government seizing assets, keeping the cash
CNN's Gary Tuchman reports on how the U.S. federal government can take your money and leave you having to prove that your money is innocent.   More

January 26, 2015
The Washington Times
The steady progress of school choice
Sunday marked the start of National School Choice Week ...   More

January 23, 2015
Boston Globe
Who Likes Massachusetts’s Professional Licensing System?
Did you know you have to spend 1,000 hours in class to become an apprentice barber in Massachusetts?   More

January 22, 2015
CNN
States seize cash, property from motorists
On a bright, clear morning in April 2013, two professional poker players from California were heading west on Interstate 80 in rural Iowa when they were stopped by two Iowa State Troopers ...   More

January 21, 2015
The New York Times
$447,000 Seized by Government Will Be Returned to Business
Loretta E. Lynch, the United States attorney for New York’s Eastern District and President Obama’s nominee for attorney general, signed off on Tuesday to a settlement that would return $447,000 seized from a family-run Long Island business ...   More

January 21, 2015
The Hill
Celebrating a First Amendment milestone
It all began when a group of American citizens decided to make a movie ...   More

January 20, 2015
National Review
When Courts Abdicate
There’s nothing originalist in rubber-stamping laws that wrongly infringe liberty.    More

January 20, 2015
Wall Street Journal
Tying Up the First Amendment With Red Tape
The five-year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark campaign-finance ruling in Citizens United v. FEC is Wednesday ...   More

January 20, 2015
Wall Street Journal
Eric Holder’s Good Deed
It isn’t often that we praise Eric Holder , but the Attorney General deserves it for reining in the increasingly abusive practice of “civil forfeiture,” ...   More

January 20, 2015
The Washington Post
Holder limits seized-asset sharing process that split billions with local, state police
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. on Friday barred local and state police from using federal law to seize cash, cars and other property without warrants or criminal charges.   More