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Liberty NewsWire: April 9, 2012

The D.C. Court of Appeals is scheduled to hear oral arguments in a case brought by five tobacco companies challenging regulations requiring graphic warning labels on cigarette packs and advertisements starting in September. Once again, the administration is finding itself accused of overstepping its constitutional authority, this time on First Amendment grounds. “The graphic images […]


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Don’t Forget: Intern with Campaign for Liberty!

Campaign for Liberty is looking for dedicated, liberty-minded high school or college students to intern for our summer semester (May 21 – August 17). The responsibilities of this paid internship include answering phones, handling correspondence, data entry, research projects, occasional blogging, aiding in the organization of petition drives to Congress, and assisting staff members when necessary. In […]


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Liberty NewsWire – April 6, 2012

The federal government ran a $777 billion deficit for the first six months of fiscal year 2012, the Congressional Budget Office estimated on Friday, including a $196 billion hole in March, marking the 40th straight month of deficits. – The Washington Times 40th Straight Deficit Month for Government – The Washington Times Dodd Talks About […]


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Liberty NewsWire: April 5, 2012

[Illinois'] top court is poised to rule on Cook County’s assault weapons ban Thursday in a case that will determine the fate of one of Illinois’ signature gun-control laws. The county ordinance specifically outlaws the sale or possession of “any assault weapon or large capacity magazine.” It describes several traits of prohibited weapons — such […]


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Headline Hodgepodge

Surprise! It's not just the feds tracking your cell phone anymore. Following a series of FOIA requests by the ACLU, the New York Times reported on Sunday that local police around the country have been using cell phone tracking as a routine surveillance tool.  This has long been a topic of discussion among security wonks and other […]


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