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“Jerry Brown Has the Power to Save 740 Lives. He Should Use It.”

Former governors of Ohio, Oregon, Maryland, New Mexico, and Illinois write in today’s New York Times, “we halted executions in our states, and we call on Gov. Jerry Brown of California to do the same” and to not “leave behind … Continue reading

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Vive la France! | Power Line

I’ll have to put off a more complete consideration of France 68 for another time, but for now let us bask in the warm, fossil-fuel-powered glow of watching the climatistas having a panic attack about what the French protests mean … Continue reading

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Paper – An Unappreciated Constraint on the President’s Pardon Power

Rappaport, Aaron J., An Unappreciated Constraint on the President’s Pardon Power (November 30, 2018). UC Hastings Research Paper. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3293411 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3293411. [h/t Joe Hodnicki] “Most commentators assume that, except for the few textual limitations mentioned in the … Continue reading

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Courts Cast Doubt on the FTC’s Power to Sue Based on Past Conduct

The FTC heavily relies upon its statutory authority to seek injunctive relief in federal court.  The FTC has broadly interpreted these powers to seek not just injunctive relief enjoining a particular practice, but monetary relief in the form of disgorgement.  … Continue reading

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Power of Attorney For Children in College

You may still see your 18-year-old son or daughter as a child, but the law considers them an adult. This means that you could lose some of your rights as a parent, such as the right to access their medical … Continue reading

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