Each of our publications aims to educate policymakers and the public about freedom and good government.
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Anti-SLAPP Statutes: A Report Card A national survey of anti-SLAPP statutes – that is, statutes which prevent abuse of the legal system by providing additional defenses to those who are sued for exercising their First Amendment rights.
“Regulating Glamour: A Quantitative Analysis of the Health and Safety Training of Appearance Professionals” A national survey of licensing regulations for barbers, cosmetologists, and nail technicians – and an analysis of how little these regulations have to do with health and safety.
“They’re Taking My Stuff!”: What You Need to Know about Seizure and Forfeiture A guidebook for citizens and policymakers about how government can take your property.
How To Bring Tax Relief and Tax Reform to Arkansas A toolkit for reforming Arkansas’s tax policies and tax code.
Twenty Questions (and Answers) about Issue 1 and Tort Reform A short but comprehensive evaluation of the recent attempt to reform Arkansas’s civil justice system.
Appellate Judicial Candidates on the Issues How candidates for the bench understand the law.
• Five Myths of Civil Forfeiture
• Three Election Reforms Arkansas Needs
• A Prosecutor’s Memoirs: Why Cops Should Be Chasing the Bad Guys, Not the Big Bucks
Not all of these papers were produced by the Advance Arkansas Institute: some of them have no formal connection to AAI, but were produced by AAI associates.