When it comes to the legal system, Americans make a federal case out of almost everything. But a guy in Iowa took a different route. When Iowa police violated his rights, he didn’t run to the feds. He sued in state court under the Iowa Constitution. As a result, the Iowa Supreme Court effectively overturned a horrible SCOTUS precedent in a big win for people in Iowa. In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I explain how this all went down.

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