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We all want people to make good and healthy lifestyle decisions but certain behaviors cannot be legislated or regulated. Nor can Americans’ Constitutional rights–however unsavory some may find them–be dismissed. Americans should have the right to make the best decisions for their lives–even if some don’t agree with those choices. In addition, outlawing certain products guarantees the creation of dangerous black markets that can harm individuals even more than legal products in the marketplace.
Personal Freedom

Policy Focus: Becoming American with Health Savings Accounts

Havilah Wingfield | Policy Focus
Personal Freedom

Two Truths And A Lie: Remote Work

Ellie Krasne-Cohen | Two Truths and a Lie
Personal Freedom

Legislators Wanting To Roll Back Certificate of Need Laws Have Many Options

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
Personal Freedom

FTC Regulators’ Attack on Amazon Prime Hurts Customers and Small Business

Carrie Sheffield & Carrie Lukas | Blog
Personal Freedom

Hamas apologists can only win by suppressing speech

Madeline Fry Schultz | Op-Ed
Personal Freedom

The Holidays Are Here. What’s Your Organization’s Remote Work Policy?

Ellie Krasne-Cohen | Blog
Personal Freedom

What’s Behind America’s Falling Fertility?

Hadley Heath Manning | Blog
Personal Freedom

Remote Work Creates Opportunities For People With Disabilities Year-round

Ellie Krasne-Cohen | Blog
Personal Freedom

Homeschooling Is Becoming Mainstream

Charlotte Whelan | Blog
Personal Freedom

Minnesota’s Misguided Crackdown of Independent Contractors

Gabriella Hoffman | Blog
Personal Freedom

Texas Needs an Education Savings Account (ESA) Program to Help Struggling Students with Special Needs

Julianna Frandle | Blog
Personal Freedom

ESAs & Other School Choice Avenues Are Setting Families Free

Dr. Keri D. Ingraham | Blog

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