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FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon Discusses President-Elect Trump's Economic Policies

11/22/2016
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Is TPP Free Trade and Should We Support It?

In February of 2016, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”) deal was signed by 12-member states – Australia, the United States, New Zealand, Peru, Malaysia, Canada, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, Mexico, Brunei, and Chile - after several years of negotiations. The deal was technically reached in October 2015, followed in November by the release of the trade deal’s text comprised of a whopping 30 chapters of information.

09/12/2016
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The Argument for Justice Reform at the Federal Level

This month, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) hopes to bring a number of justice reform bills to the House floor. “We’ve learned that there are better ways to dealing with these problems than locking up someone for 20 or 30 years. You end up ruining their lives, ruining their families, hurting communities. And then when they try to reenter into society, they’re destitute,“ he said. Several bills, in fact, – including the FreedomWorks-backed Sentencing Reform Act, Recidivism Risk Reduction Act, and the Criminal Code Improvement Act – have already made it through the House Judiciary Committee.

09/09/2016
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Justice Reform Panel at RedState Gathering: Taking State Level Success Nationwide

08/26/2016
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The Government Routinely Invites Itself to Travel with You

Recent information and a USA Today report indicates that the Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) has been mining Americans’ travel records to profile individuals and intercept potential drug traffickers. Over the past decade, DEA teams acquired over $209 million in cash from at least 5200 travelers at 15 of the country’s busiest airports. The justification for these seizures is the same used for most other civil asset forfeiture scenarios: use of money in the form of cash is linked to drug trafficking.

08/24/2016
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FreedomWorks' Panel at RedState Gathering - Civil Asset Forfeiture: From High Seas to Highway Robbery

08/19/2016
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A Majority of Illinois Voters Support Justice Reform

A recent poll by the Illinois Policy Institute indicated that registered voters in Illinois favor criminal justice reform efforts. It additionally noted that voters would support candidates who promote reform as well.

08/10/2016
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Join Us This July for Our Justice Reform Campaign on Twitter!

The United States is THE world leader in incarceration. Over the last 10 years, however, the justice reform community has pushed in the direction of smart, evidence-based methods to reduce crime and improve public safety. States like Texas and Georgia, and more recently Alaska, Kansas, and Maryland, have discovered value in moving away from the “Tough on Crime” stance of the 80s and seeking reforms that reduce monetary costs and bring about significant savings for taxpayers. Champions of the cause like Senator Rand Paul, Senator Mike Lee, and Representative Justin Amash, are leaders of strong conservative and constitutional values, all scoring lifetime ratings of 99 percent or 100 percent on the FreedomWorks’ Congressional scorecard.

07/02/2016
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FreedomWorks Statement on IRS Move to Rectify Civil Forfeiture Abuse

Following a report that the Internal Revenue Service will make it possible for innocent Americans to get back money that has been wrongly seized by the tax agency, FreedomWorks Director of Communications Jason Pye commented:

06/14/2016
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House Judiciary Committee in the Buckeye State Approves Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

In a 9-4 bipartisan vote Tuesday, the Ohio House Judiciary Committee approved HB 347. The bill is sponsored by both Reps. Rob McColley (R-Napoleon) and Thomas Brinkman (R-Mt. Lookout). This advancement is a major step in progress for civil asset forfeiture reform goals but, more importantly, for Ohioans.

05/19/2016

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