R Street Institute Applauds House Passage of EQUAL Act
William Gray

WASHINGTON (Sept. 28, 2021) — On Tuesday, the United States House of Representatives passed the Eliminating a Quantifiably Unjust Application of the Law (EQUAL) Act, H.R. 1693, under suspension by…

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No facing away: Why India’s facial recognition system is bad news for minorities – Unbias The News
Nila Bala

From Unbias the News:

Across the world, facial recognition technology has played a role in wrongful arrests, intrusive surveillance and crackdown on protests. It is now outlawed in 13 US…

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Republicans’ fiscal responsibility theater
Jonathan Bydlak

If you think Washington couldn’t get any more dysfunctional, think again.

On Monday night, Senate Republicans blocked a Democratic attempt to avoid a government shutdown. This raises the…

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Two More California Cities Preparing To Ban Flavored Tobacco and Vape Products
Steven Greenhut

From California Globe:

In 2019, San Francisco Mayor London Breed signed into law a vaping ban, passed 11-0 by the county board of supervisors, on the sale of e-cigarettes and all relevant…

, The Newnan Times-Herald
Let’s raise the bar on alcohol caps
Marc Hyden

Georgia beer connoisseurs were left disappointed as Georgia law proved to be a buzzkill once again. Last week, an international brewing company announced the release of a limited-edition…

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Event: Pentagon Purse Strings Episode 8: Breaking Down the FY 2022 NDAA and What Comes Next
Jonathan Bydlak & Nan Swift

As the House seeks to finalize work on its version of the annual defense funding bill—the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)—and the Senate looks ahead to…

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The Sunday Show: The Bad News on Internet Freedom
Chris Riley

From Tech Policy Press:

Finally, we speak with Chris Riley, senior fellow of internet governance at R Street Institute, a D.C. think tank that advocates for free markets. With coauthor David…

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Politics, Issues, and Candidates with Larry Moreno
Steven Greenhut

From AM870 The Answer:

From 12:20-24:25, Steven Greenhut, columnist for the Orange County Register, author of Pacific Research Institute’s Saving California, western region director for the R…

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India should adopt tobacco harm reduction tactics
Chelsea Boyd

From ETHealthWorld:

India has the second largest population of tobacco users in the world. Nearly 270 million Indians use tobacco products, and smoking remains one of the leading causes…

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Stop Letting Judges Punish Defendants for Acquittals
Jillian Snider

From RealClearPolicy:

That’s not how justice should work, and that is why Americans for Prosperity Foundation, Dream Corps JUSTICE, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the…

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