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Author: Scott Barton

September 25, 2019

Battling discrimination in Connecticut schools

America's civil rights movement ended the legalized segregation that forced black students into separate—and very much unequal—schools. But decades later, the quality of education for too many of the country's minority children has still not improved. And unfortunately, instead of fighting for better-quality education for all students regardles ...

August 02, 2019

The Congressional Review Act matters, here’s why

What would your family do with an extra $3,000 a year? Pay down debts? Invest? Save? Go on vacation? An extra few thousand dollars can mean a lot to the average family. That's why recent news about the successful rollback of burdensome regulations is an important first step in the fight against the out-of-control, and ...

July 09, 2019

PLF’s Campaign to End Home Equity Theft

Have you ever miscalculated a bill? Typically, a late fee or a strongly worded warning follows. But do you know what happens if you miscalculate and underpay your property taxes—even just a few dollars? In at least 12 states, the government can seize your property, sell it, and leave you with nothing. Property taxes must ...

June 28, 2019

Reactions to Rose Knick’s property rights win at the Supreme Court

Property rights earned a major Supreme Court win last week in Knick v. Township of Scott, opening the federal courthouse doors to property owners. And people are noticing. In brief, the decision overruled an old 1985 decision that forced Fifth Amendment property rights claims out of federal courts, effectively reducing those rights to second-class ...

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