The Brief – June 3, 2019

Cause of Action Institute published its May newsletter today. You can read the newsletter here and subscribe to our monthly newsletter here

                                         Message from John

Our team is fortunate enough to spend every day working to tear down barriers and protect individual and economic liberty, and we are exceptionally grateful for the days where we get to see those barriers removed. In early May, Cause of Action celebrated a decision from a U.S. District Court denying all damages against our clients, Robert and Angelo Cupo, and their small business. This decision was not only a victory for this family, but for all small business owners and entrepreneurs who fear the administrative state.

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The Brief – March

Cause of Action Institute published its March newsletter today. You can read the newsletter here and subscribe to our monthly newsletter here

                                         Message from John

Spring is here in the Nation’s Capital, and Cause of Action Institute remains committed to shining the light of transparency on the government this season. Cause of Action and its staff played a major role during Sunshine Week, urging Congress to exercise its oversight over government employee compliance with disclosure laws and CoA staff speaking on a panel to government agencies about the FOIA.

Cause of Action has also filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Commerce after they failed to respond to our FOIA request seeking a copy of the report that the government will use to justify the Administration’s proposed auto-tariffs.

No matter the season though, Cause of Action Institute is committed to pursuing freedom and advancing the rights of individuals by holding the government accountable.

John J. Vecchione, president & CEO

You can read the rest of this month’s newsletter here