Georgia Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Competitive Law

On Monday, the Georgia Supreme Court issued its opinion in Women’s Surgical Center v. Berry, a case that challenged Georgia’s anti-competitive Certificate of Need (“CON”) laws. Certificate of Need laws, … ›

Testimony in Montana: the Competitor's Veto is unconstitutional

Today I testified to the Montana Legislature’s House Transportation Committee about the unconstitutionality of their Competitor’s Veto law—the same law we challenged in court yesterday.  The Committee is considering amending that … ›

Markets and morality

When the ghost of Jacob Marley bemoaned his eternal torment, Scrooge spluttered, “But you were always a good man of business, Jacob.” “Business!” cried the ghost. “Mankind was my business; charity, … ›

Are Justin Bieber tickets property?

The Wall Street Journal recently published an interesting article that considers whether concert tickets are property.  The philosophical question has practical implications, as California lawmakers are considering whether to ban … ›

Market-based land use policies help cities survive recession

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Reason Foundation's new Annual Privatization Report 2010 concludes that Houston, Texas weathered the recent housing crisis better than any other major city, with housing prices declining far … ›

The Voluntary City

Author: Joshua Thompson Following up on Timothy Sandefur's latest post, regarding government solutions, I wanted to recommend a book for our readers in our continuing PLF summer reading list series (Post … ›

Children are forgotten in school choice battle

Author: Joshua Thompson   Last week I blogged about the fight between Rowland Unified School District and Walnut Valley Unified School District over the District of Choice Act.  The District of Choice Act is … ›

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Georgia Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Competitive Law

On Monday, the Georgia Supreme Court issued its opinion in Women’s Surgical Center v. Berry, a case that challenged Georgia’s anti-competitive Certificate of Need (“CON”) laws. Certificate of Need laws, … ›

Testimony in Montana: the Competitor's Veto is unconstitutional

Today I testified to the Montana Legislature’s House Transportation Committee about the unconstitutionality of their Competitor’s Veto law—the same law we challenged in court yesterday.  The Committee is considering amending that … ›

Markets and morality

When the ghost of Jacob Marley bemoaned his eternal torment, Scrooge spluttered, “But you were always a good man of business, Jacob.” “Business!” cried the ghost. “Mankind was my business; charity, … ›

Are Justin Bieber tickets property?

The Wall Street Journal recently published an interesting article that considers whether concert tickets are property.  The philosophical question has practical implications, as California lawmakers are considering whether to ban … ›

Market-based land use policies help cities survive recession

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Reason Foundation's new Annual Privatization Report 2010 concludes that Houston, Texas weathered the recent housing crisis better than any other major city, with housing prices declining far … ›

The Voluntary City

Author: Joshua Thompson Following up on Timothy Sandefur's latest post, regarding government solutions, I wanted to recommend a book for our readers in our continuing PLF summer reading list series (Post … ›

Children are forgotten in school choice battle

Author: Joshua Thompson   Last week I blogged about the fight between Rowland Unified School District and Walnut Valley Unified School District over the District of Choice Act.  The District of Choice Act is … ›

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Georgia Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Competitive Law

On Monday, the Georgia Supreme Court issued its opinion in Women’s Surgical Center v. Berry, a case that challenged Georgia’s anti-competitive Certificate of Need (“CON”) laws. Certificate of Need laws, … ›

Testimony in Montana: the Competitor's Veto is unconstitutional

Today I testified to the Montana Legislature’s House Transportation Committee about the unconstitutionality of their Competitor’s Veto law—the same law we challenged in court yesterday.  The Committee is considering amending that … ›

Markets and morality

When the ghost of Jacob Marley bemoaned his eternal torment, Scrooge spluttered, “But you were always a good man of business, Jacob.” “Business!” cried the ghost. “Mankind was my business; charity, … ›

Are Justin Bieber tickets property?

The Wall Street Journal recently published an interesting article that considers whether concert tickets are property.  The philosophical question has practical implications, as California lawmakers are considering whether to ban … ›

Market-based land use policies help cities survive recession

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Reason Foundation's new Annual Privatization Report 2010 concludes that Houston, Texas weathered the recent housing crisis better than any other major city, with housing prices declining far … ›

The Voluntary City

Author: Joshua Thompson Following up on Timothy Sandefur's latest post, regarding government solutions, I wanted to recommend a book for our readers in our continuing PLF summer reading list series (Post … ›

Children are forgotten in school choice battle

Author: Joshua Thompson   Last week I blogged about the fight between Rowland Unified School District and Walnut Valley Unified School District over the District of Choice Act.  The District of Choice Act is … ›

Georgia Supreme Court Upholds Anti-Competitive Law

On Monday, the Georgia Supreme Court issued its opinion in Women’s Surgical Center v. Berry, a case that challenged Georgia’s anti-competitive Certificate of Need (“CON”) laws. Certificate of Need laws, … ›

Testimony in Montana: the Competitor's Veto is unconstitutional

Today I testified to the Montana Legislature’s House Transportation Committee about the unconstitutionality of their Competitor’s Veto law—the same law we challenged in court yesterday.  The Committee is considering amending that … ›

Markets and morality

When the ghost of Jacob Marley bemoaned his eternal torment, Scrooge spluttered, “But you were always a good man of business, Jacob.” “Business!” cried the ghost. “Mankind was my business; charity, … ›

Are Justin Bieber tickets property?

The Wall Street Journal recently published an interesting article that considers whether concert tickets are property.  The philosophical question has practical implications, as California lawmakers are considering whether to ban … ›

Market-based land use policies help cities survive recession

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Reason Foundation's new Annual Privatization Report 2010 concludes that Houston, Texas weathered the recent housing crisis better than any other major city, with housing prices declining far … ›

The Voluntary City

Author: Joshua Thompson Following up on Timothy Sandefur's latest post, regarding government solutions, I wanted to recommend a book for our readers in our continuing PLF summer reading list series (Post … ›

Children are forgotten in school choice battle

Author: Joshua Thompson   Last week I blogged about the fight between Rowland Unified School District and Walnut Valley Unified School District over the District of Choice Act.  The District of Choice Act is … ›