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Rand Paul wins victory for parents

 
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Rand Paul wins victory for parents

Newborn screening for medical disorders is becoming an increasingly common practice. This seems like a good thing; however, along with the potential benefits of screening, there are concerns that some states are not obtaining parental consent before doing the screening. There are also legitimate concerns that state governments will store the child’s DNA in a database. […]


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Are the statists that afraid of us? Guess so

Earlier today, Norm Singleton joined Congressmen Thomas Massie and Steve Daines, Senator Ted Cruz, and more at a press conference on Capitol Hill to speak out against the National Internet Tax Mandate. Make no mistake, the only reason the Mandate hasn’t so far cleared the U.S. House, after passing in the Senate, is thanks to […]


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If you like your (medical) privacy, you can(‘t) keep it

Of all the problems with Obamacare, one of the most serious, and least discussed, is the threat the bill poses to medical privacy. Obamacare gives the IRS authority to enforce the “individual mandate.” This means the IRS (yes THAT IRS) will collect medical information about millions of Americans. If the prospect of the IRS having […]


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Cops in PA can now search your car without a warrant

Watch out if you live in Pennsylvania! Not only can local authorities seize your home over a $6 tax bill, but now cops can search your car without a warrant. From Lancaster Online Previously, citizens could refuse an officer’s request to search a vehicle. In most cases, the officer would then need a warrant — […]


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When the IRS Attacks

Recently, the IRS levied a fine (plus interest for each day it’s not paid) against Campaign for Liberty for withholding the names of our donors from the IRS on our annual 990 filing. As a matter of principle, C4L believes it is vital to protect the privacy of our donors to prevent some form of […]


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