Monthly Archives: March 2016

Florida Facing the Wrong Direction on Immigration Reform

By Selene Capparelli The US immigration system has been badly broken for many decades. ┬áMass deportation, enhanced border security, and keeping undocumented workers in perpetual illegal status have been proven to be very costly and ineffective methods to handle the … Continue reading

Posted in DeVoe Moore Center, Education, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare, immigration, income inequality, Labor Economics, Politics, Uncategorized, Urban Development | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Penny Seized is a Penny Earned: Asset Forfeiture in Florida

By Matt Kelly and Tyler Worthington Asset forfeiture is a tool used by federal and local law enforcement to seize property from people they believe may have been involved in a crime. In some cases, property has been seized and … Continue reading

Posted in Fiscal Policy | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment