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Althouse: Did you know there's a "corporate consumption complex" conspir...
There is no "playbook." It's just as if there were a playbook, because the 6 industries are all doing the same thing, which is simply the ob
The Vital Health Care Shift Nobody Is Talking About
A grassroots national movement to bring price transparency to health care is gaining momentum. This is the kind of thing we should look out
5 Classes That Prospective Solo Practitioners Should Take In Law School
What law school classes should aspiring small-firm lawyers or solo practitioners take? Columnist Carolyn Elefant lists her five favorites.
The Case Against Donating to Fancy Colleges In One Chart
When I wrote about what a ridiculous idea it is to donate $150 million to Harvard, I emphasized how preposteriously rich Harvard already is.
Will ‘Tiny Law’ Replace Solos And Small Law Firms?
Want to fight a traffic ticket? There's an app for that, as small-firm columnist Carolyn Elefant reports.
Maine’s unwise and unconstitutional ban on disclosing the alcohol conten...
Product information, including the alcohol content of beer, is protected commercial speech and there's little reason to prohibit simple disc
Raising the Minimum Wage: a McDonald's-Killer, Not a McJobs-Killer
A new paper finds that fast-food restaurants are more likely to close when the minimum wage increases. The good news? New ones swoop right i
The Real Barriers to Abundant, All-Day Transit Service
Despite clear benefits, too many transit agencies seem to be hanging by a thread.
The Wrongful Death Suit That Could Finally Define Uber
Questions over just who can be held liable in the "sharing economy" are coming to a head.
For Bus Riders, Real-Time Arrival Data Is More Important Than Better Ser...
With no information, transit users feel like they're waiting about 50 percent longer than they actually are.