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WITHOUT GOVERNMENT, WHO WOULD PROTECT US FROM . . . OH, NEVER MIND. Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz N…

WITHOUT GOVERNMENT, WHO WOULD PROTECT US FROM . . . OH, NEVER MIND. Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz Needed Help. Bureaucratic Errors Deprived Him of It. A friend on Facebook comments: “Bureaucratic errors? That’s a charitable way of saying ‘A system … Continue reading

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[Ilya Somin] The Unknown History of State Constitutional Prohibitions on Government Actions that "Damage" Property without Compensation

Many state constitutions require the government to pay compensation when it acts in ways that "damage" private property. An important new article by legal scholar Maureen Brady reveals the previously ignored history of these provisions, and the lessons that can … Continue reading

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At US Ports of Entry, the Government Is Denying Asylum to Those Seeking Refuge

The government's strategy is to inflict enough agony and misery on these already-terrorized families to deter them from seeking asylum. Good things don’t always come to those who wait.  This is the harsh reality of asylum seekers who have recently … Continue reading

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Update: Federal Government Shutdowns and Contractor Risk

Here we go again.  Back in March, I discussed the impact of the brief government shutdowns in January and February and risks associated with what could have been (had the stand-off gone on much longer). Today, news from the White House … Continue reading

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Fox Speaks: Risk Management in Government Contracting

I recently had the opportunity to present an online CLE for LawLine on Risk Management in Government Contracting. This is my second time presenting a course for LawLine (I previously taught a course on Small Business Compliance). Risk Management is … Continue reading

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