• Prohibition, the Constitution, and the Path to Legalization – Andrew Joseph
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    Prohibition, the Constitution, and the Path to Legalization – Andrew Joseph

    Presumably most people in this room think that psychedelics should be legal and even in the non-medical, okay Yeah, that’s a safe assumption, right and even in non-medical context that people should be free to possess psychedelics even in the home and For anything like me perhaps you’ve spent some time arguing to that effect arguing that psychedelic drugs should be legal No doubt, a lot of ink has been spilled arguing that psychedelic drugs should be legal it was my attempt here today to begin to encourage us to Shift the nature the tone of our end of that conversation I would like to take it from one of…

  • 5 Types of Writs | Constitutional Remedies | Article 32 and Article 226
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    5 Types of Writs | Constitutional Remedies | Article 32 and Article 226

    Suppose this is your private property BUT -To protect that property, you are not allowed to build a fence around your property you are not allowed to do any construction around it; nor are you allowed to evict a trespasser. In these Circumstances; Can you properly enjoy your property? Hey, everybody, I am Priya and you are watching Finology Legal. In today’s video, we are going to discuss 5 kinds of writs, about protection of Fundamental Rights, Mainly about article 32 & article 226, with important case laws. Let’s start with first understanding the meaning of writs. So, we`ve been provided with different rights like the right to education, right…

  • American Craft: What Beer Can Teach Us About Well-Crafted Laws
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    American Craft: What Beer Can Teach Us About Well-Crafted Laws

    You wanna know what freedom tastes like? It tastes like this beer. Craft beer has nuance. It’s often times produced in small batches. It’s recipes that sometimes go way back to even prehistoric times or to the early days of when Scottish immigrants were coming here to this country. So I think one of the things that sets American craft beer apart from the rest of the world is our willingness to experiment. New ingredients, new processes aren’t the sort of things you see with like, traditionalists in other countries. At Atlas we like to take a traditional style and then tweak it a little bit, kind of throw our…

  • Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair [SCOTUSbrief]
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    Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair [SCOTUSbrief]

    The state law that’s at issue in this case, uh, is Tennessee’s, uh, durational residency requirement, which is basically a fancy way of saying that in order to have an alcohol retailing license in Tennessee, uh, you have to be a resident of the state of Tennessee, and you need to be a resident for two years. Um, and then to renew that license you have to have been a resident for ten years. Obviously, that law, uh, advantages, uh, people that are in-state Tennessee residents and disadvantages people that are from out-of-state that are trying to establish a retail store in the state. Not only does it, um, apply…