Daily Policy Digest

Government Issues

Government Hurting Brewers with Regulations

There are a dozen different regulatory steps in Virginia that a brewer must complete before he can sell beer...

The Obama Administration's Bad Year at the Supreme Court

In the last month alone, the Supreme Court issued a series of losses to the President, all of which -- minus one -- were 9-0 decisions...

Supreme Court Rules Against Unions

The Supreme Court struck a blow against public-sector unions in a 5-4 decision on Monday...

Court Strikes Down Recess Appointments

The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that President Obama's appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) without Senate confirmation were illegal...

Six Important Upcoming Supreme Court Rulings

The Supreme Court has several cases to decide as it comes to the end of its term, many of which are controversial...

The Risks of Allowing Internet Censorship

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has ordered Google to remove information from the internet...

Patent Office Cancels Football Team's Trademark

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office withdrew the Washington Redskins' trademark protection, contending that its name was insulting to Native Americans...

Changes in Pension Plan Funding

As of 2012, within state and local pension plans, there was a $1 trillion shortfall between pensions earned and assets available to pay those pensions...

Battle of the Juices

The Supreme Court announced that juice maker POM Wonderful may proceed with its false advertising lawsuit against Coca-Cola...

Regulators Target Uber and Lyft

As services like Uber and Lyft have emerged, regulators have swooped in to try to limit their ability to operate and compete with traditional services, insisting that they need regulation in order to protect consumers...


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