While COVID-19 is a serious concern and certain precautions may be prudent to reduce its rate of spread, it is important that the government follows the law when mandating extraordinary and wide-reaching pandemic rules. No one is above the law, not even in a declared emergency or pandemic. View cases
No one should be forced to associate with an organization they don’t agree with. Likewise, no one’s speech should be suppressed even if it is unpopular. View cases
Laws that require government agencies to provide public records are a fundamental element of making the government transparent to the people. As a representative of the people, it is important that the government maintain clear and open communication with them. View cases
Following the 2018 United States Supreme Court case Janus v. AFSCME, no worker can be forced to pay money to a union as a condition of employment. Workers now have the right to decide if they want to financially support a union. View cases
The right to property is one of the fundamental rights we have as Americans. The government or law enforcement should not be able to restrict access to or seize private property without just compensation to its owner.
Parents have a fundamental right to direct the education of their children and should be able to choose the best learning options for them. View cases
Government restrictions should not get in the way of doctors treating their patients. Patients’ options should not be restricted by unnecessary government regulations.
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