Regulators are beginning to smile on the sci-fi project of creating real meat products without the typical death and environmental destruction.
The state is threatening to punish doctors whose advice deviates from the "scientific consensus."
Local governments are considering rules that could force "psilocybin service centers" to locate near highways and go through expensive, discretionary permitting processes.
Nearly 20 months after the state legalized recreational use, no licensed pot shops have opened, but the black market is booming.
The mainstream coverage of SBF and FTX is more than a little blasé.
The bill would amp up surveillance while doing little to actually protect anyone.
The co-founder of the crypto exchange Kraken will join Reason's livestream Thursday at 1 p.m. Eastern to discuss the downfall of Sam Bankman-Fried and his company, FTX.
Property owners in Kingston, New York, argue the city is vastly underestimating its vacancy rate in order to justify ruinous rent cuts.
In Colorado, you can have weed delivered to your door but not alcohol.
The ACLU Says California's Ban on COVID-19 'Misinformation' From Doctors Is Gratuitous and Unconstitutional
Two chapters of the organization say the law violates the First Amendment.
City officials in Nederland, Texas, are kicking around the idea of limiting new massage parlors to industrial areas of town.
The regulations that increase building costs on Earth will have the same effect in space.
He spent his government career thinking about space. Then he got to fly.
Lighter regulation is one likely explanation.
With government meddling, many farmers end up doing less with more, and people end up paying more for less.
This is bad news for any virtual currency that was pre-mined, including ethereum.
The CDC's New Opioid Prescribing Advice Still Invites the 'Misapplication' It Blames for Harming Patients
The damage done by the original guidelines, including undertreatment and abrupt dose reductions, could have been avoided if the CDC had not presumed to advise doctors on how to treat pain.
It's about protecting adults from themselves, which should be none of the government’s business.
Doctors Say a California Law Targeting Clinicians Who Share COVID-19 'Misinformation' Is Unconstitutional
The law authorizes regulators to discipline physicians who deviate from the "contemporary scientific consensus."
If the midterms favor Republicans, their top priority needs to be the fight against inflation—whether or not they feel like they created the problem.
Out-of-state and self-managed abortions pose daunting challenges for pro-life legislators.
Estimated Drop in Clinic Abortions Does Not Take Into Account Seasonal Variation or Self-Managed Abortions
The report highlights the power and limits of state bans as well as the difficulty of measuring their impact.
Norma Thornton of Bullhead City, Arizona, is suing for the right to help people in need.
Will a new commission at the U.S. Department of Agriculture solve racism? We're going to find out.
Local officials argue that the eye-popping sum is necessary due to rising construction costs, but experts disagree.
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Hundred Acre's lawsuit alleges heavy-handed and extralegal enforcement by county environmental regulators.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is right to notice that the CFPB is unique even among federal agencies that don't get their funding from Congress.
U.K. regulators shut down Meta/GIPHY deal in favor of their own “approved buyer.”
The G Word, a new documentary, only occasionally covers serious issues. But it opts not to do honest reporting.
The Trump administration briefly liberalized dishwasher standards, but the Biden administration quickly reimposed the old rules.
From immigration to drug reform, there is plenty of potential for productive compromise.
The administration's draft regulations expand and complicate who the federal government considers an "employee."
Any new rules for the crypto market should protect entrepreneurs and investors from overzealous intervention, not subject them to it.
The restrictions are clearly intended to crush breweries in order to protect restaurants.
A new law would make it harder for NIMBY neighbors to obstruct new dorms with bogus environmental complaints.
Subreddit Gets Users To Call Texas Gov. Greg Abbott a 'Little Piss Baby' To Defy Content Moderation Law
Reddit users are protesting Texas' H.B. 20, which forces social media platforms to host speech they find objectionable.
Even if credentialed teachers help kids learn more, it’s not worth making D.C. day cares prohibitively expensive and pushing experienced teachers out of jobs.
An emphasis on corruption and enforcement downplays the very real influence of regulation and taxes on California's booming black market.
A new report from The Community Housing Improvement Program argues that allowable rent hikes in rent-stabilized buildings cover less than half the increase in operating costs.
The proposed policy was offensive to property rights and disincentivized construction. The mayor's rejection of it shows the state's increasing interest in allowing more building.