Property Rights

The Constitution and Bill of Rights protects property rights in many ways.  These protections are a large part of what makes America unique and ensures the long term success of our economy by encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship.  IWF analysts promote policies that honor due process and that protect property rights both tangible and intellectual.

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