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By Eric Boehm | Minnesota Watchdog
MINNEAPOLIS — Requiring funeral homes to install expensive equipment it will never use is an “irrational policy that serves no legitimate governmental objective,” a Minnesota judge says.
On Wednesday, Judge John Guthmann ruled in favor of plaintiffs who were challenging an onerous state law requiring funeral homes to install equipment for embalming [...]
By Patrick B. McGuigan | Oklahoma Watchdog
OKLAHOMA CITY — A recent afternoon session at the State Policy Network meeting here was, for advocates of school choice, a banquet of “red meat” data
and analysis. Even for anti-choice analysts, the open session was illuminating.
The most vigorous debate, on the Common Core Standards controversy, was intellectually stimulating, yet perhaps — for [...]