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New Jersey Towns Accept Donations to Get Around Tax Law

State and local governments are seeking ways to circumvent the federal tax reform’s limits on the state and local tax deduction. Fair Lawn, NJ,…

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Support for Justice Department’s Changing Marijuana Policy

The editors of the Wall Street Journal argue that Jeff Sessions is correct to authorize marijuana prosecutions under federal law and that members of…

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Bipartisan Pushback to Trump Administration’s Marijuana and Drilling Policies

State officials contest both Attorney General Jeff Sessions's directive allowing U.S. attorneys to prosecute marijuana offenders in states that have legalized marijuana and President…

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Push for Local Governance of Low-Altitude Drones

Jason Snead and John-Michael Seibler write that bipartisan measures have been introduced in Congress to allow state and local authorities to regulate drone flights…

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Key Redistricting Cases Before the Supreme Court

Louis Jacobson writes that this could be a pivotal year for redistricting because of two cases before the Supreme Court involving partisan gerrymandering. Jacobson…

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Cuts to Royalty Payments Suspended

The $1.5 trillion price tag of the new tax law triggers cuts to a number of government programs. Royalty payments to states with fossil…

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Justice Department Change Might Threaten Marijuana Industry

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, long an opponent of the legalization of marijuana, has rescinded an Obama-era policy that discouraged federal prosecutors from bringing charges…

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States Consider Ways to Limit New Tax Law

This editorial discusses three options considered by Democratic state officials to blunt the impact of the federal tax reform’s limits on the state and…

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Federalism and Localities in the Colonial and Early National Period

Andrew Shankman examines the relationship between local power and the general power of the British Crown and, later, the federal government in what would become…

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Proposed Rules to Expand Association Health Plans

The Trump administration is proposing regulatory changes that would allow the self-employed and many small businesses to band together to buy insurance, a change…

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U.S. Attorney General Moves Against Legalized Marijuana

Heather Trela notes that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has made it easier for prosecutors to enforce federal marijuana laws in states that have legalized…

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Political Influence of Native Americans Boosted by Legal Challenges

Native American groups are increasingly filing federal lawsuits to protect their voting rights, an effort that appears to be boosting their political influence. Read…

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Is the New Tax Law Vulnerable to Constitutional Challenges?

Michael C. Dorf notes that the new tax law limits the state and local tax deduction, a change with negative consequences for many individuals…

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