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It's Time to End Property Tax Exemption-For Everyone

In this article, David Brunori discusses how some states are proposing to tax nonprofits on property they own. In Maine, the Governor proposed to end property tax exemptions for nonprofits with assets of more than $500,000. He details that both… … Continue reading

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It's an ex-Lanham Act case without evidence of materiality

Not Dead Yet Manufacturing Inc. v. Pride Solutions, LLC, 2018 WL 688324, No. 13 C 3418 (N.D. Ill. Feb. 2, 2018)Previous discussion.  The court reconsidered its summary judgment decisions on plaintiff’s motion for reconsideration, but left the false advertising result … Continue reading

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It's All Obama's Fault

  “My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over.” When President Ford pardoned Richard Nixon for "all offenses against the United States," he stated that it was out of concern for the "immediate future of this great country."  He … Continue reading

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Strategy When They're Playing Constitutional Hardball and You Think It's the Wrong Game

Not surprisingly I was pleased to see that my idea of constitutional hardball plays a role in Levitsky and Ziblatt's book on How Democracies Die (op ed here). Here I want to reflect on strategies once the game has started … Continue reading

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It's what I do

Do you know what a tool belt is used for?  It's to hold tools.  Tools like a hammer or measuring tape or a level.  You use tools to accomplish things – like saving time.  When you use a measuring tape … Continue reading

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