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The Cato Daily Podcast allows Cato Institute scholars and other commenters to discuss relevant news and libertarian thought in a conversational, informal manner. Hosted by Caleb O. Brown.
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    What Do the U.S., Russia, and Ukraine Want from Each Other?

    What Do the U.S., Russia, and Ukraine Want from Each Other?

    The U.S. and Russia are ramping up pressure over Ukraine, but what exactly is the U.S. security interest there? Cato's Doug Bandow and Brandon Valeriano comment.

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    • 13 min
    Election Reform for Serious People

    Election Reform for Serious People

    Whether your concern is ballot harvesting, a lack of properly identified voters, or voter disenfranchisement, there are reforms people should be able to agree on to make election outcomes more credible. Walter Olson provides a few ideas.

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    • 18 min
    How to Fix The Electoral Count Act

    How to Fix The Electoral Count Act

    The Electoral Count Act is confusing and vague and could again contribute to confusion over just which candidate has won the White House. So why isn't it front and center for election reform? Walter Olson details some ways to fix it.

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    • 18 min
    State-Level Reforms for Addressing Opioids

    State-Level Reforms for Addressing Opioids

    When politicians start telling doctors how much pain medication they may prescribe, they're essentially practicing medicine. For pain patients, the consequences can be devastating. Jeff Singer argues that trusting patients and physicians is key to properly addressing patient needs. Law enforcement, he says, should play no role in questions about the standard of care patients should receive.

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    • 13 min
    Did COVID Help Courts Reform Themselves?

    Did COVID Help Courts Reform Themselves?

    When you swear an oath to justice, you shouldn't follow through only when there's not a raging pandemic. Marc Levin discusses how COVID may have compelled some reforms that ought to stick around.
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    The Policy Implications of Joe Biden's Bad Misreading of the Election of 2020

    The Policy Implications of Joe Biden's Bad Misreading of the Election of 2020

    So many voters chose Joe Biden to restore a sense of normalcy. His ambitious policy agenda and numerous attempts to intervene in Americans' lives have put that hope to rest. National Review editor Ramesh Ponnuru comments.

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