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Victory for Wisconsin Homebakers

Judge Strikes Down Ban on Selling Homebaked Goods as Unconstitutional SHIRA RAWLINSON, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Madison—Wisconsin became a little freer, and a lot more delicious, after...

Minnesota Donors, Candidates Sue to Overturn Restrictive Campaign Finance Law

LIBERTY ALERT, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE St. Paul, Minn.—Can the government dish out rights on a first-come, first-served basis? That is the question to be answered by...

Chew on This: Georgia Dentists Fight Tooth and Nail to Preserve Monopoly

LIBERTY ALERT, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Arlington, Va.—Should you go to jail, or face thousands of dollars in fines, simply for selling over-the-counter teeth-whitening products and...

Entrepreneurs Sue Arizona Veterinary Board

NICO PERRINO, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Phoenix, Ariz.—Can the government take away someone’s job for no good reason? That is the question to be answered by a...

Americans Should Care About Ferry Fight Appealed to U.S. Supreme Court

LIBERTY ALERT, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Arlington, Va.—A notorious U.S. Supreme Court ruling handed down more than 140 years ago first opened the way for massive...

Alabama to Revive Long-Dead Barber Statute

ECONOMIC ALERT, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Nostalgia for the good ol’ days of economic protectionism has inspired a licensing resurrection in Alabama. The state deregulated barbers...

Appeals Court Rules Against Medical Protectionism

LIBERTY ALERTS, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Richmond, Va.—This morning, a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated a major constitutional challenge to...

Institute for Justice & Alabama Parents Defend Nation’s Newest School Choice Program

LIBERTY ALERT, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Arlington, Va.—Today, Alabama parents joined with the Institute for Justice to defend the nation’s newest school choice program from attack...

Taken: Federal Lawsuit in Michigan Challenges Forfeiture Abuse

LIBERTY ALERTS, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Arlington, Va.—Can the government use civil forfeiture to take your money when you have done nothing wrong—and then pocket the...