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Signed as Law: Iowa Enacts "Constitutional Carry" Bill

Signed as Law: Iowa Enacts “Constitutional Carry” Bill

The new law eliminates the permit requirement for carrying handguns in the state. It also loosens some restrictions on the possession and transfer of firearms. The state will continue to ...
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Textualism and War Powers

Textualism and War Powers

The article was inspired by the apparent disconnect between the common assumption in the post-ratification period that the Constitution limited the President's independent ability to initiate war and the text's ...
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To the Governor: West Virginia Passes Bill to Further Expand Healthcare Freedom

To the Governor: West Virginia Passes Bill to Further Expand Healthcare Freedom

HB2877 would expand direct health care agreements beyond primary care to include all “medical care services.”  The proposed law defines “medical care services ” as “a screen, assessment, diagnosis or ...
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To the Governor: Arkansas Passes Bill to Create Process to Review and Reject Presidential Executive Orders

To the Governor: Arkansas Passes Bill to Create Process to Review and Reject Presidential Executive Orders

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (April 5, 2021) – Last week, the Arkansas Senate gave final approval to a bill that would create a mechanism to review presidential executive orders and end ...
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Connecticut Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Prohibit "No-Knock" Warrants

Connecticut Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Prohibit “No-Knock” Warrants

Under the proposed law, law enforcement officers would be prohibited from seeking, executing, or participating in the execution of a no-knock search warrant ...
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Texas House Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Ban State Enforcement of Future Federal Gun Control

Texas House Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Ban State Enforcement of Future Federal Gun Control

The proposed law would prohibit any Texas governmental agency, including state and local police departments, from contracting with or in any other manner providing assistance to a federal agency or ...
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The History behind the Three-Fifths Compromise

The History behind the Three-Fifths Compromise

Of all the compromises which produced the Constitution at the Philadelphia Convention of 1787, the Three-Fifths Compromise is probably considered the most controversial today. But in order to understand what ...
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Maryland House Passes Bill to Ban Warrantless Access to State Driver License Database for Immigration Enforcement

Maryland House Passes Bill to Ban Warrantless Access to State Driver License Database for Immigration Enforcement

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (April 5, 2021) - Last month, the Maryland House passed a bill that would prohibit state and local agencies from disclosing information in the state's driver license database ...
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To the Governor: Montana Passes Bill to Create Process to Review and Reject Presidential Executive Orders

To the Governor: Montana Passes Bill to Create Process to Review and Reject Presidential Executive Orders

The bill would create a mechanism to review presidential executive orders and end state cooperation with enforcement of certain orders determined to violate the U.S. Constitution. This process would set ...
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Consolidation vs Natural Liberty: Antifederalist Brutus No. 2

Consolidation vs Natural Liberty: Antifederalist Brutus No. 2

With a natural rights foundation - along with warnings about consolidation and people with power - in his 2nd of 16 essays during the debates over ratification of the Constitution, ...
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Rhode Island Bill Would Require a Conviction Before Asset Forfeiture, Opt State Out of Federal Program

Rhode Island Bill Would Require a Conviction Before Asset Forfeiture, Opt State Out of Federal Program

Under the proposed law, prosecutors would not be able to move forward with asset forfeiture proceedings without first obtaining a criminal conviction in most cases. The legislation would also raise the ...
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Montana Republicans Kill Bill That Would Have Limited Facial Recognition Surveillance

Montana Republicans Kill Bill That Would Have Limited Facial Recognition Surveillance

On March 2, the bill failed to pass a vote on the house floor by a count of 48 - 50. Every Democrat voted in favor of the measure, but ...
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