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Podcast: When is slavery profitable? Texas' "Law of Parties," why traffic enforcement doesn't make us safer, and breaking down the #TexasGeorgeFloydAct

Here's the April 2021 episode of Just Liberty's Reasonably Suspicious podcast. co-hosted by me and Mandy Marzullo. This is Part Two of our special on the Texas George Floyd Act (here's part one). Listen to it here: We started with a discussion of the hearing on the Texas George Floyd Act and then broke down aspects of the bill we didn't get to in Part One:Qualified Immunity, featuring interviews with Arif Panju and Keith Neely from the Institute for Justice (4:50)Corroboration in Drug Cases, f...
Tags: Texas, Law, Institute for Justice, Mandy, Texas Public Policy Foundation, Jeff Blackburn, Gritsforbreakfast, Innocence Project of Texas, Mandy Marzullo, Keith Neely, Arif Panju


Cities shouldn’t fine and arrest people for being poor

Los Angeles made national headlines earlier this month when it announced plans to void nearly two million minor citations and warrants. Not two million dollars in citations—two million separate citations and warrants that had kept Californians trapped in a cycle of poverty in the state’s courts. In announcing the plan, city officials said the move would “unclog” the courts and help individuals struggling with homelessness. But the decision to void nearly two million minor citations will do so mu...
Tags: California, Opinion, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Hillary, EMS, Arlington VA, Institute for Justice, Pete, Ron Hart, Xavier Becerra, Guest Commentary, Medicare for All Senate, State Optometry Fund, Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund