American Legislative Exchange Council in the News
Report: Flood of Laws Turns Unwitting Citizens Into Criminals
Newsmax interviews Cara Sullivan about the Justice Performance Project’s recent report,
Criminalizing America: How Big Government Makes a Criminal of Every American.
Mozilla’s Brendan Eich and Progressive Bullies
At the Acton Institute’s Power Blog,
Bruce Edwards explains the strategy behind the name-and-shame tactics
employed by left-leaning groups to intimidate corporations from
participating in any political activity or group with which they
disagree, including shareholder resolutions.
Northwood Freedom Seminar in Detroit this week
The Midland Daily News announces the 36th Freedom Seminar, “The Path to Prosperity,” that brings students together with economists, policy analysts and educators to explore economic issues. Jonathan Williams of the Center for State Fiscal Reform will present.
Balancing Ride-on-Demand Innovations with Common Sense Consumer Protections
In her post in the American Legislator
, Cara Sullivan explains the regulatory issues faced by Transportation Network Companies (TNC) like Uber and Lyft and the balance between free market ideas and consumer protection.
States Can Promote Next-Generation Wireless by Removing Regulator Barriers
At the American Legislator, Seth Cooper of the Free State Foundations discusses how states can lead the way in next-gen wireless innovation by eliminating regulatory hurdles.
GOP plan would hike aid to poor schools, expand public charter schools
The Olathe News
provides an update on the the Kansas Legislature’s attempt to improve inequality in public schools, and promote school choice for parents and students.
New House Bill Takes Major Strides in Overcoming Washington’s Wireless Regulatory Hurdles
The American Legislator provides a look at Washington States’ efforts to limit regulation on wireless providers; promote modernization.
EXography: States passing laws to pull the shades on high-tech police snooping on mobile phones, devices
redistributes the study of state legislatures moving to protect citizen electronic data from government spying. The story originally appeared in the Washington Examiner.