Tag Archives: House Judiciary Committee

The Culture of Criminalization

Originally published at Cato Institute by Gene Healy
On April 22, a House Judiciary subcommittee approved a bill that would send parents to jail for at least three years if they learn of drug activity near their children and fail to report it to authorities within 24 hours. Continue Reading

Criminal Law Crisis

Originally published at National Review by Edwin Meese III | 12/13/10
The incoming House majority has promised to change the way that business is done in Washington — to look out for the average American and for small business. It faces one of its first opportunities to do so this month, when the new members select the proposed rules that will govern the House. Continue Reading