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July 2, 2015
Civil Forfeiture Now Requires A Criminal Conviction In Montana And New Mexico
Just in time for the Fourth of July, states are declaring their independence from civil forfeiture...   More

July 1, 2015
Daily Kos
Thirteen police departments want a cut of college kid's life savings
In February of 2014, there was a civil asset forfeiture seizure by the DEA of 24-year-old Charles Clarke's $11,000 life savings...   More

June 30, 2015
Wall Street Journal
Opinion Journal: Colorado Kills School Choice
Institute for Justice Senior Attorney Michael Bindas on a controversial state supreme court ruling.   More

June 30, 2015
Good news for speech, Central Radio
A little-noticed Supreme Court decision Monday is satisfying news for a small business in Norfolk...   More

June 29, 2015
New York Times
Colorado Court Rules Use of Public Funds for Private Schools Is Unconstitutional
Colorado’s highest court on Monday struck down a voucher program that allowed parents...   More

June 26, 2015
Washington Post
Texas Supreme Court (somewhat) reinvigorates “substantive due process” protection for economic liberty
Under the federal Due Process Clause, as interpreted in recent decades, economic regulations are...   More

June 26, 2015
Arizona Capitol Times
Good intentions do not give government a license to silence speech
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, handed down just last week, was a unanimous victory for free speech...   More

June 25, 2015
Washington Post
On Obamacare, John Roberts helps overthrow the Constitution
Conservatives are dismayed about the Supreme Court’s complicity in rewriting the Affordable Care Act...   More

June 25, 2015
Philadelphia Tribune
Lawmakers join new effort to fight civil forfeiture
The issue of civil forfeiture came to the forefront in Harrisburg this week when groups of conservative and progressives joined...   More

June 25, 2015
Philadelphia Inquirer
D.A.'s Office reaches partial settlement in forfeiture suit
The Philadelphia District Attorney's Office has agreed to change two of the most scrutinized...   More