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In an essay published by Cato, Roger Pilon questions Congress's commitment to constitutional limits on its power.

A Mennonite couple in Iowa may be forced to choose between financial penalties or disregarding their own principles after the Iowa Civil Rights Commission filed suit against them for refusing to host a same-sex wedding. Dick and Betty Odgaard, who operate The Gortz Haus Gallery in Grimes, Iowa, has filed a counter-lawsuit against the state’s Civil Rights Commission in the hopes that they may be able to maintain their own convictions without penalty.

Under an agreement reached with the Department of the Interior, the state of Utah will reopen five of its national parks on Saturday morning.

“Come on down to southern Utah. The parks are open,” Governor Gary Herbert said after signing the agreement.

The issuing of letters of marque and reprisal would be a constitutional method of bringing to justice those suspected of killing Americans or threatening their lives.

 

The National Security Agency is working on campuses nationwide to recruit the next generation of agents.

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