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Arbitration hearings, in tilting the scales of justice heavily to Big Business and rendering consumers virtually defenseless, seem indeed to be the 21st-century version of the Star Chambers. (Flickr)

Forced arbitration: Big banks' 'Star Chamber'

Arbitration hearings, in tilting the scales of justice heavily to Big Business and rendering consumers virtually defenseless, seem to be the...

Looking for the next batch of governors? You don't have to look far

By Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison

Lieutenant governors are tasked with a variety of responsibilities that give them the experience needed to go on to become successful govern...

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Trump's failure after Charlottesville

By Donavan Wilson

There is no gray area in America's ongoing struggle to protect freedom from its adversaries, whether they come in the form of Vladimir Putin...

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How lawmakers can prevent abusive 'slack-fill' lawsuits

By Tiger Joyce

Limiting statutory damages will discourage many of the unnecessary and socially harmful consumer protection act claims.

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