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New Klobuchar Antitrust Proposal Is Another Adventure in Bad Economic Policy

With some conservatives flirting with expanding antitrust enforcement to punish Silicon Valley, they risk playing into Senator Amy Klobuchar’s radical vision for government control.

02/05/2021
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FreedomWorks' Bill of the Month for January, 2021: The Save Democracy Act, H.R. 322

FreedomWorks is proud to announce that our inaugural Bill of the Month for 2021 is the Save Democracy Act, H.R. 322. This bill is a product of the House Republican Study Committee (RSC), and was introduced by their new Chairman, Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.). The Save Democracy Act would establish stricter guidelines for the administration of federal elections by the states to ensure that, moving forward, America can count on the integrity of our electoral process.

01/27/2021
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Let's Not Let Tragedy Enable a Civil Liberties Disaster

In the wake of the stunning assault on the U.S. Capitol building on January 6th, it is inevitable that emotionally-charged reactions by Congress will ensue, as after any major crisis. In particular, there is concern that legislation may move early in this new Congress to try to expand the treatment of “domestic terrorism.” A justified desire to punish those who committed an unprecedented act of violence and vandalism must not lead to a contraction of the civil liberties of peaceful protestors or their right to political dissent.

01/22/2021
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How the SAVE America Act Can Secure Future Elections w/ Rep. Ralph Norman | Spotlight on Freedom

12/16/2020
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Issue Brief: Reforming Bail and Pretrial Detention

One of the cornerstone principles of the Western legal tradition is the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. Over the last century, the imposition of bail requirements for accused offenders has flipped that presumption on its head, frequently making pre-trial freedom contingent on cash bail amounts well above the ability of an average citizen to pay. This issue brief explores how this came to be and aims to set out principles for states to use in reforming their bail guidelines. The goal is a return to a system that truly serves both justice and public safety.

12/15/2020
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Issue Brief: Reforming Probation and Parole Supervision

The latest in FreedomWorks' series of issue briefs on important topics in criminal justice reform examines judicial supervision - probation and parole - in the states. Offenders who receive probation sentences or who are released early under parole supervision are often thought of as having "gotten off easy." The reality is that in many states, judicial supervision systems have become so overwhelmed that they are neither helping offenders transition to normal life nor keeping the public safe from those who re-offend.

10/29/2020
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Conservatives Shouldn't Seek Common Cause with the Left on Antitrust

After yet another Congressional hearing on antitrust enforcement against big tech, it is being widely reported that a forthcoming report by Democrats on the Subcommittee on Antitrust will recommend breaking up several digital economy titans. This seemed inevitable; Chairman Cicilline (D-R.I.)’s remarks during the previous hearing, and for years prior, make clear that the desire to break up Big Tech was not contingent upon evidence gathered from hearings. What is disturbing from a conservative standpoint is the possibility that some Republicans are likely to at least partially join those calls.

10/01/2020
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Antitrust is Not the Remedy to Conservative Concerns about Big Tech

The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Consumer Policy, and Consumer Rights is meeting this week to discuss whether Google has engaged in anti-competitive business practices through its domination of the online advertising market. Led by Subcommittee Chairman Mike Lee (R-Utah), this hearing should have less of the circus atmosphere than last month’s House hearing on antitrust and big tech, which seemed more like an excuse for both parties to yell at Silicon Valley’s most powerful CEOs for soundbites.

09/15/2020
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FCC Doing Its Part To Fast-Track Deployment Of 5G Broadband

If it’s a race we’re in for 5G, Chairman Ajit Pai’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has taken off the speed governor.

09/04/2020
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FreedomWorks' Member of the Month for September 2020: Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.)

FreedomWorks is proud to honor Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) as our member of the month for September 2020. Senator Paul’s voting record has been 98 percent in alignment with FreedomWorks’ Congressional Scorecard over the ten years he has served as Kentucky’s junior U.S. Senator. During that time, he has consistently been a source and fearless champion of some of the best, limited-government legislation across a wide spectrum of issues.

09/02/2020

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