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February 05, 2018

Court upholds Wisconsin’s irrational butter grading law

The court ruled against Minerva Dairy's claims that the Wisconsin butter grading law violates the Constitution. ...

August 10, 2016

Dentist's legal battle with Ohio will continue

Advertising one’s area of expertise is usually desirable for both the professional and the public. But if you’re a dentist in Ohio, regardless of whether you are completely qualified in a specialty area of dentistry, you might not be allowed to advertise yourself as a specialist in that area. Fortunately, last week, the Sixth Circuit ...

June 29, 2016

The Ohio Legislature is dazed and confused about equal protection

Earlier this month, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed Ohio HB523, a bill legalizing medical uses of cannabis in the state. Like every other state to liberalize its regulation of marijuana, Ohio will strictly regulate all new businesses participating in the industry, whether they grow, test, or sell cannabis products at retail. Getting a license to ...

June 03, 2014

School districts try to prevent school choice by not letting low-income parents know their options

In order to prevent low-income parents from using scholarships to send their kids to private schools, two Ohio school districts are refusing to release the names of students who would be eligible for the scholarship.  The school districts recognize that if parents are made aware of their options, then many students will leave the failing schools, ...