Members of Congress Join Advocacy Groups to Urge Passage of Bi-Partisan Legislation to Treat Children Like Children in the Federal Legal System During Youth Justice Action Month
Anthony Lamorena

Washington, DC – Advocacy groups and Members of Congress, including Representatives Tony Cárdenas (D- CA), Karen Bass (D- CA), and Bruce Westerman (R-AR) are urging the passage of…

COVID-19 and Juvenile Probation: A Qualitative Examination of Emergent Challenges and Useful Strategies
Nila Bala

From Criminal Justice and Behavior:

The emergence of COVID-19 placed immediate pressure on the juvenile justice system to adapt to changes in case processing and decision-making practices….

, The American Spectator
Ride-Sharing Grievances
Steven Greenhut

A recent attack piece on ride-sharing giants Uber and Lyft by New York Times editorial-board member Greg Bensinger expresses a Seinfeld quality that is reminiscent of that sitcom’s hilarious…

, Tech Policy Press
New technology may bridge privacy debate on encrypted messaging
Sofia Lesmes & Kathryn Waldron

From Tech Policy Press:

The encryption debate, as Sofia Lesmes and Kathryn Waldron pointed out in their recent Tech Policy Press article, is stuck in the frame of “security vs privacy”. This…

, The Newnan Times-Herald
Was the threatened film industry strike a danger to Georgia?
Marc Hyden

The film industry nearly came to a screeching halt earlier this month. Almost 99 percent of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees’ (IATSE) members voted to go on strike to…

Radio: Could this Bill Make Online Shopping More Expensive for You?
Jeffrey Westling

From Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson:

There is a new bill in Washington, D.C. aiming to increase competition in the tech industry. But the R Street Institute’s Jeff Westling says it…

, Politics in Question
Podcast: What issues should Democrats emphasize ahead of the 2022 midterm elections?
James Wallner

From Politics in Question:

In this week’s episode of Politics In Question, Julia, Lee, and James discuss David Shor’s recent controversy-provoking advice for Democrats. What does Shor advise…

Economic and Environmental Potential of Carbon Offsets may be Underestimated
Philip Rossetti

With policymakers pursuing climate objectives through ambitious emission mitigation targets, such as President Joe Biden’s new nationally determined contribution under the Paris…

The Benefits of Carbon Offset Markets
Corinne Day

WASHINGTON (October 20, 2021)—With the UN Climate Change Conference coming up at the end of the month, the global community will once again tackle questions regarding how international climate…

New York Post opioid coverage is divisive, fear-mongering tabloid fodder
Stacey McKenna & Christi Smith

Drug addicts shooting up. Needle-wielding deviants running rampant. Police standing idly by as heroin flows into arms, and needles are swapped in streets and parks. This is the grim picture the New…

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