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Time to reform Chicago's awful food truck rules

Time to reform Chicago's awful food truck rules
Chicago bills itself as a culinary epicenter. That our city is home to modern culinary giants such as Rick Bayless, Grant Achatz, and Charlie Trotter lends a lot of weight to this claim. But Chicago’s food scene lags far behind Los Angeles, New York, and other cities in one important way: food trucks. Chicago city... Read more »

South Side Woman Sues the IRS

South Side Woman Sues the IRS
This morning, a small business owner in West Woodlawn is taking a stand against perhaps the most unpopular agency of the United States federal government: the Internal Revenue Service. At stake is her ability to earn a living by helping people to prepare their tax returns. Sabina Loving has joined two other plaintiffs to challenge... Read more »

Head of Institute for Justice speaks at Union League Club

Head of Institute for Justice speaks at Union League Club
Have you heard of the case of Armour v. Indianapolis? Neither had I before this morning, but it’s being argued today before the U.S. Supreme Court and has massive implications for freedom nationwide. The City of Indianapolis gave property owners a choice to pay for a new sewer system: either pay your share at once... Read more »
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