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MuskogeePolitico/Election Results Map: GOP State Auditor Primary

MuskogeePolitico/Election Results Map: GOP State Auditor Primary

For the latest installment in my Election Results Maps series, we now take a look at the GOP primary for State Auditor & Inspector. As is my custom, I try to match primary results map colors to campaign logos when possible.In a hotly-contested…

MuskogeePolitico/Election Results Map: GOP Insurance Comm Primary

MuskogeePolitico/Election Results Map: GOP Insurance Comm Primary

For the latest installment in my Election Results Maps series, we now take a look at the GOP Insurance Commissioner race. As is my custom, I try to match primary results map colors to campaign logos when possible.In one of the less well-known down…

Sooner Politics:  Cannabis Camps Feud Over Regulations

Sooner Politics: Cannabis Camps Feud Over Regulations

Cannabis Wars  -  Several libertarian advocates are at odds with the new marijuana industry trade group and the lobbyists who run the consortium of financial entities, who seem to be seeking to gain as much of the market as they can maneuver…

To the Governor: Delaware Bill Would Allow People to Expunge Some Marijuana Charges

To the Governor: Delaware Bill Would Allow People to Expunge Some Marijuana Charges

DOVER, Del. (July 5, 2018) – Last week, the Delaware House unanimously gave final approval to a bill that would create a process to expunge the sentences of people charged under the state’s marijuana laws prior to decriminalization. Passage into law would take another step toward nullifying federal marijuana prohibition in effect in Delaware. Sen.…

Why Constitutional Commentators Need to Know Latin

Why Constitutional Commentators Need to Know Latin

Constitutional commentators who are ignorant of Latin and its effects on 18th century English have done a great deal of interpretive damage.

New Jersey Senate Passes Bill to Require Asset Forfeiture Reporting; Federal Equitable Sharing Included

New Jersey Senate Passes Bill to Require Asset Forfeiture Reporting; Federal Equitable Sharing Included

TRENTON, N.J. (July 5, 2018) – Last week, the New Jersey Senate unanimously passed a bill that would impose strict reporting requirements for all asset forfeitures in the state. This legislation would take a first step that could lead to substantive reforms, including closing a federal loophole that allows police to bypass strict state asset forfeiture laws.  Sen.…