Daily Archives: May 16, 2011

Progressive Pedicab Policy

Yevgeny Shrago Conservatives love to cast progressive policy as the heavy thumb of government policy attempting to pick winners instead of letting the market do its work. But in urban policy, especially transportation, conservatives are happy to oppose any kind of subsidy to rail or buses while not making a peep about restrictions on the free market…

Minister Cannot Intervene to Defend Parsonage Tax Exemption

Michael Stephan The Ninth Circuit answered an important tax law question involving the Establishment Clause and civil procedure this week in Freedom from Religion Foundation v. Rodgers.  In short, the appellate court considered whether an individual who claims federal tax exemptions may intervene as of right in an action challenging the constitutionality of those exemptions.  Besides…

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