Cato Daily Podcast
The High Costs to Cities of Police Misconduct
Cities have a role to play when it comes to insuring against the high legal costs of police misconduct. Patrick Tuohey of the Better Cities Project details some ways that local governments can begin to reassert control.
The Immense, Unchecked Power of the California Coastal Commission
The California Coastal Commission exercises largely unchecked powers to regulate along much of the west coast. Pacific Legal Foundation attorney Oliver Dunford details his client's long fight with the agency.
Supreme Court Protects Right to Bear Arms
The Supreme Court has thrown out a New York law that gave itself discretion over whether law-abiding citizens could truly "bear" arms. Trevor Burrus explains.