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CFPB Supreme Court Case Looming

CFPB Supreme Court Case Looming

The Supreme Court will hear opening arguments on Tuesday in the case over whether the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is constitutionally structured. Read the full article here.

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Big Brother grows alarmingly bigger, one automated license-plate reader at a time

Big Brother Grows Bigger, Bold & Blunt Podcast

OK, so we all know we live in a surveillance society nowadays -- or do we? Caleb Kruckenberg is an attorney who's litigating a case against automated license plate readers. And you will not believe what the government's doing now. This is one of the most important...

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Disease Traceability:  Where It Starts and Stops

Disease Traceability: Where It Starts and Stops

Initiating a conversation about RFID is nearly as combustible as broaching your opinion about universal healthcare – at Thanksgiving dinner at your new in-laws who do not share your political affiliation.  It leaves an edge in the air that makes any meal fairly...

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CFPB Accused of Unlawful Funding Practices

CFPB Accused of Unlawful Funding Practices

According to a lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, The New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA) is alleging that Congress unlawfully divested its legislative appropriations power when it gave CFPB the ability to draw funding...

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R-CALF Back in Court with New USDA RFID Mandate Info

Ranch Group Seeks Supplemental Order in RFID Case

Harriet Hageman, senior litigation counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance, filed a motion in the Wyoming federal district court on behalf of R-CALF USA and ranchers Tracy and Donna Hunt and Kenny and Roxy Fox. The motion asks the court to issue a supplemental...

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