How the Texas Legislature Can Solve the Bathroom Bill Dilemma Without Using the Words 'Bathroom' Or 'Transgender'
The state of Texas has a compelling interest in protecting its residents against municipal actions that erode economic and social freedom, including municipal do-gooders. The legislature should craft alternate legislation that is at the same time broader and better than the well-intended but wrongly targeted bathroom bill.
If Congress passes the Email Privacy Act and sends it to President Donald Trump, it could be an "quick, easy bipartisan victory" for taxpayers and get the new administration and lawmakers off to a "positive" start, said IPI President Tom Giovanetti in an opinion piece in TechCrunch Wednesday.
Email Privacy Could Be A Quick Win for Trump and Congress
Congress could chalk up a quick, easy bipartisan victory for taxpayers if both the House and Senate determined to pass the Email Privacy Act as early as possible.
Conservative Think Tank Wants to Reduce US Prison Population - Here's How
The president of a Texas-based conservative think tank is speaking out against the high rate of incarceration in the United States, arguing that the annual cost to house inmates is not fiscally responsible and that the intended outcome is not the same as the actual result.
Coalition Letter Regarding the Email Privacy Act
IPI joins with a number of other organizations and businesses to promote updating the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), to reflect internet users’ reasonable expectations of privacy with respect to emails, texts, notes, photos, and other sensitive information stored in “the cloud.”
Broadband Privacy Act Coalition Letter
Coalition letter to congressional leadership urging the use of the authority provided in the Congressional Review Act to rescind the Federal Communications Commission’s Broadband Privacy Order.
Email Privacy Could Be a Quick Win for Trump and Congress
Congress could chalk up an easy bipartisan victory for taxpayers if both the House and Senate determined to pass the Email Privacy Act on January 28, Data Privacy Day, and send it to President Trump for signature.
Pro&Con: Government Isn't Allowed to Impose National Bathroom Policy
Bureaucrats decided to make law without congressional input or approval. Those who gleefully support such power-grabs should remember that any government powerful enough to create new rights is powerful enough to take away all rights.
Who Will Protect Us from Our Government Protectors?
We must stand up to government agencies that think they are somehow entitled to exemptions from Fourth Amendment protections.
Texas Landowners Victorious In Groundwater-Rights Case
Merrill Matthews said the decision provides some much-needed clarity. “The Texas Supreme Court’s ruling in Coyote Lake is helpful because it provided some clarity in water rights, which in Western states are extremely important. The decision also reaffirms the role of contracts in an efficiently working economy.”
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