Bureaucrats shouldn't be able to escape legal scrutiny

Yesterday, Townhall published my op-ed highlighting the importance of PLF’s big, unanimous Supreme Court win in our Hawkes case (and its predecessor, Sackett) and whether these cases foreshadow anything for one … ›

Exalting brainlessness is just good government policy

Author:  Anne Hayes In Oregon last year, Multnomah County officials shut down a 7 year-old's lemonade stand, because she did not have a $120 temporary restaurant license. In Houston last … ›

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Bureaucrats shouldn't be able to escape legal scrutiny

Yesterday, Townhall published my op-ed highlighting the importance of PLF’s big, unanimous Supreme Court win in our Hawkes case (and its predecessor, Sackett) and whether these cases foreshadow anything for one … ›

Exalting brainlessness is just good government policy

Author:  Anne Hayes In Oregon last year, Multnomah County officials shut down a 7 year-old's lemonade stand, because she did not have a $120 temporary restaurant license. In Houston last … ›

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Bureaucrats shouldn't be able to escape legal scrutiny

Yesterday, Townhall published my op-ed highlighting the importance of PLF’s big, unanimous Supreme Court win in our Hawkes case (and its predecessor, Sackett) and whether these cases foreshadow anything for one … ›

Exalting brainlessness is just good government policy

Author:  Anne Hayes In Oregon last year, Multnomah County officials shut down a 7 year-old's lemonade stand, because she did not have a $120 temporary restaurant license. In Houston last … ›

Bureaucrats shouldn't be able to escape legal scrutiny

Yesterday, Townhall published my op-ed highlighting the importance of PLF’s big, unanimous Supreme Court win in our Hawkes case (and its predecessor, Sackett) and whether these cases foreshadow anything for one … ›

Exalting brainlessness is just good government policy

Author:  Anne Hayes In Oregon last year, Multnomah County officials shut down a 7 year-old's lemonade stand, because she did not have a $120 temporary restaurant license. In Houston last … ›