Tuesday, 11 January 2005

Economic liberty and the constitution

Eugene Volokh has a good post on IJ's relentless attempt to overturn the Slaughterhouse Cases. I don't know enough about the constitutional issues to say if it's right or not, though I'm certainly sympathetic to the ends. In any case, I agree with Volokh that it's a bad idea to legislate economic rents for private interests.

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