City of Seattle threatens to fine cancer nonprofit for out-of-control graffiti. Nice.


Chehalis Man Faces Felony for Allegedly Selling Three Fish


How Lenders Are Turning Low-Level Courts Into Dickensian “Debt Collection Mills”

“A Pound of Flesh: the Criminalization of Private Debt,” the ACLU report, sheds light for the first time on the frequency of modern-day debt imprisonment, estimating that courts are issuing tens of thousands of arrest warrants each year for debtors owing as little as $30. Forty-four states permit judges to issue these warrants, often known as “body attachments,” in civil cases

Cato Handbook for Policymakers (8th Edition)

A long list of policy positions and explanations that will give candidates ideas to use for their own positions.