WyLiberty Attorneys File Lawsuit Challenging Aggregate Political Contribution Limits

by admin
July 24, 2014


CHEYENNE – Wyoming Liberty Group attorneys filed suit in the Wyoming federal district court today against Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield, challenging the aggregate two-year individual contribution limit of $25,000 under Wyoming law as an unconstitutional abridgment of free … Continue reading

Federal Courts Spar over Affordable Care Act Tax Credits

by Benjamin Barr
July 22, 2014


Today, two U.S. Courts of Appeal issued contradictory rulings on a key aspect of the Affordable Care Act.  At issue in both cases was whether tax credits would be available for individuals purchasing health insurance outside of a state-run exchange. … Continue reading

Civil Forfeiture is a Problem in Wyoming

by Steve Klein


Last week, at the meeting of the Joint Judiciary Committee of the Wyoming Legislature in Newcastle, I testified in favor of two bills that, if passed, will reform the practice of civil forfeiture in Wyoming. Both bills would bolster due … Continue reading

WyLiberty Attorney Testifies in Favor of Civil Forfeiture Reform Bills

by Steve Klein
July 18, 2014


NEWCASTLE, WY – Wyoming Liberty Group staff attorney Steve Klein testified before the Joint Judiciary Interim Committee of the Wyoming Legislature today regarding two committee bill drafts that would substantially change the practice of civil forfeiture in Wyoming. “The Wyoming … Continue reading

Exposing the Campaign Finance Lobby

by Benjamin Barr
July 17, 2014


Sometimes it is difficult to show how the First Amendment and campaign finance reform are relevant to most Americans.  But recent statements from a leading advocate of reform illustrate the significance of these issues.   In April, the Democracy Alliance … Continue reading

Wyoming Telecommunications: A Case for Sunset

by Jason Gay
July 16, 2014


These relatively modest steps towards deregulation will help Wyoming transition to a free market in telecommunications. Deregulation leads to a more competitive and, ultimately, a more consumer friendly environment. Continue reading

Minimal Impact: The Wyoming Universal Service Fund

by Jason Gay


When a government fund exists to provide a small subsection of the state with a benefit of $3.55 per month, how essential can that fund be? Continue reading

Rural Land is Property Too

by Boyd Wiggam
July 15, 2014


Our founding fathers protected property rights not because of some abstract theory of independence and individual liberty symbolized by land ownership but because they understood that land is the essential foundation for economic productivity and sustenance that the rest of any economy is built upon. Continue reading

WyLiberty Attorneys File for Preliminary Injunction in Wyoming Free Speech Case

by admin
July 2, 2014


CHEYENNE – Wyoming Liberty Group attorneys filed a motion for preliminary injunction in the case Wills v. Mead today, asking the Wyoming federal court to block the enforcement of a state law that prohibits minor party and independent candidates from … Continue reading

Gainful Employment Regulations Hurt Private Colleges

by Sven Larson
June 27, 2014


Ever since John Kenneth Galbraith published The Affluent Society in 1958, American liberals have been striving to build a full-fledged European welfare state in America. President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society program was inspired by the same ambitions to socially and … Continue reading

WyLiberty Attorneys File Lawsuit Challenging Aggregate Political Contribution Limits

by admin
July 24, 2014


CHEYENNE – Wyoming Liberty Group attorneys filed suit in the Wyoming federal district court today against Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield, challenging the aggregate two-year individual contribution limit of $25,000 under Wyoming law as an unconstitutional abridgment of free … Continue reading

Federal Courts Spar over Affordable Care Act Tax Credits

by Benjamin Barr
July 22, 2014


Today, two U.S. Courts of Appeal issued contradictory rulings on a key aspect of the Affordable Care Act.  At issue in both cases was whether tax credits would be available for individuals purchasing health insurance outside of a state-run exchange. … Continue reading

Civil Forfeiture is a Problem in Wyoming

by Steve Klein


Last week, at the meeting of the Joint Judiciary Committee of the Wyoming Legislature in Newcastle, I testified in favor of two bills that, if passed, will reform the practice of civil forfeiture in Wyoming. Both bills would bolster due … Continue reading

WyLiberty Attorney Testifies in Favor of Civil Forfeiture Reform Bills

by Steve Klein
July 18, 2014


NEWCASTLE, WY – Wyoming Liberty Group staff attorney Steve Klein testified before the Joint Judiciary Interim Committee of the Wyoming Legislature today regarding two committee bill drafts that would substantially change the practice of civil forfeiture in Wyoming. “The Wyoming … Continue reading

Exposing the Campaign Finance Lobby

by Benjamin Barr
July 17, 2014


Sometimes it is difficult to show how the First Amendment and campaign finance reform are relevant to most Americans.  But recent statements from a leading advocate of reform illustrate the significance of these issues.   In April, the Democracy Alliance … Continue reading

Wyoming Telecommunications: A Case for Sunset

by Jason Gay
July 16, 2014


These relatively modest steps towards deregulation will help Wyoming transition to a free market in telecommunications. Deregulation leads to a more competitive and, ultimately, a more consumer friendly environment. Continue reading


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