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April 07, 2020

The Government-Created Housing Shortage

The American spirit is synonymous with a can-do attitude—we are builders, creators, and innovators. The remarkable construction of New York's legendary Empire State Building symbolizes that spirit: from start to finish, the completion of this American landmark took a single year. But that spirit now seems diminished. Many U.S. cities face a housi ...

April 06, 2020

Fox Business: Coronavirus puts absurdity of inflexible government regulations in sharp relief

Phillip Truesdell is ready, willing, and able to help with the current pandemic. Together with his family, Phillip operates an ambulance company in Aberdeen, Ohio. With seven trucks, he's well-positioned to take people to the hospital or medical appointments not only in his home state but also a mile away in Kentucky. But the Truesdells ...

April 02, 2020

Ten examples of companies innovating to make our lives better during COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused incredible turmoil and pain for millions of people around the world. This uncertainty has inspired many to call for government to step in and fight the spread of COVID-19 and ensure that hospitals and critical industries have the resources and supplies they need. While government policies have a role in ...

March 31, 2020

States are suspending Certificate of Need laws in the wake of COVID-19 but the damage might already be done

With the spread of COVID-19 pushing hospitals to full or near-full capacity in Florida, New York, Washington, and elsewhere, numerous states are reevaluating one policy that is meant to prevent the growth of health care services and facilities. Certificate of Need (CON) laws currently exist in 36 states across the country. CON laws require would-be ...

March 30, 2020

The Hill: California’s Newsom is wrong: Martial law is always a last resort

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that the continued spread of COVID-19 in California could necessitate the imposition of martial law. "We have the ability to do martial law … if we feel the necessity," Newsom stated at a news conference on March 17. But Newsom is mistaken. While the current pandemic presents a public health crisis ...

March 26, 2020

How is COVID-19 affecting current Supreme Court cases?

This week, Pacific Legal Foundation Senior Attorney, Mark Miller, joined Host Tim Farley on The Morning Briefing on the P.O.T.U.S. channel on Sirius XM radio. During the show Mark discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic could affect the cases currently before the Court and the constitutional issues that the Court is deliberating. Listen to the intervie ...

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