Cause of Action Institute published its February newsletter today. You can read the newsletter here and subscribe to the newsletter here. The February newsletter highlights:

  • We filed an amicus curiae brief challenging a new Food and Drug Administration regulation with far-ranging, negative economic impacts on consumers and small businesses engaged in the premium cigar industry. The regulation unfairly targets America’s smaller-scale cigar manufacturers, trampling on a proud American heritage and eliminating economic opportunity for many small businesses. Read More;
  • This month, we joined a “friend of the court” brief in support of the CEO of a large egg production company after he was found criminally liable for a salmonella outbreak. Unaware of the contamination when it occurred, our brief argues that liability for responsible corporate officers should never result in prison time. Read More; and
  • We have called for an investigation into whether Federal Election Commission Commissioner Ellen Weintraub violated federal ethics laws when she demanded President Trump provide evidence of his voter fraud claims in New Hampshire. Despite its name, the FEC has no authority over voter fraud claims.  Read More.