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Charlestown residents invited to a free screening of Little Pink House film

Event to be held at the home of Harold and JoAnn Goodlett, June 30th.

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California towns imitating HOAs, attorneys reap profits

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

I’m seeing a disturbing trend: reports of local government corruption and profiteering. And the strategies being used by town, city, and county elected officials mirror abusive tactics commonly used in association-governed communities. 556 more words


eminent domain should be a four letter word/ little pink house

Sunday we went into Philadelphia to see the movie Little Pink House, which I had written about recently.

The Institute for Justice in Washington, DC was kind enough to sponsor an event reuniting a lot of groups who had fought eminent domain for private gain.  2,784 more words

Institute for Justice report

The Institute for Justice in November 2017 published its License to Work report , second edition, and subtitled: “A national study of burdens from occupational licensing.” The non-profit Institute for Justice is based in Arlington, Virginia, and describes itself as “The National Law Firm for Liberty.”

Occupational Licensing

Summer fellowships, clerkships and internships: Peggy Browning Fund, KCPA, Institute for Justice, Pacific Legal Foundation, Legal Voice, ACLU, and more!

Due January 12:  Peggy Browning Fund 2018 Summer Fellowships

Funded positions for 1Ls & 2Ls in labor-related organizations throughout the United States and 1 funded part-time position in Chicago. 1,212 more words

Jobs, Internships, & PostGrad Fellowships

Archive: Charlestown, Indiana and eminent domain

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Archived posts from Neighbors at War blog (Ward Lucas)

Indiana Residents Fighting Eminent Domain for Private Development

Originally posted on Neighborsatwar.com… 1,348 more words


License to Curl? Considering State Licensure Rules

In our ever-specializing world, we are confronted by a dizzying array of service providers who are eager to help us out (for a fee).   We expect some professionals, like doctors, dentists and accountants, to be highly educated, trained and licensed.  1,139 more words