About the DKT Liberty Project

Thomas Jefferson warned, “the natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground.” Mindful of this trend, the Liberty Project was founded to promote individual liberty against encroachment by all levels of government. Learn more...


Pushing back against forfeiture seizures

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March 25, 2019

Hilda Bazan, a woman in her 50’s works in sales in Los Angeles. She lives with her two nephews. A few years ago, Hilda purchased a new Kia Optima. She often lent the car to her nephew, so he could get to work and run other errands. Some months ago, without Hilda’s knowledge, her nephew Read the full article…

Working Hard in Missouri to Legalize Medical Marijuana

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May 8, 2018

The New Approach Missouri campaign to bring legal medical marijuana to Missouri has collected more than 250,000 signatures. Over half of these have been gathered by dedicated volunteers. The campaign is also using paid signature gatherers. Given the alarming rise in opioid overdose deaths in Missouri, it is especially important that this bill becomes law: Read the full article…

Michigan Campaign to Legalize Marijuana Takes Major Step Toward Getting Full Legalization on the Ballot in 2018

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The Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol turned in more than 360,000 signatures calling for its marijuana legalization initiative to be placed on Michigan’s November 2018 ballot. The state Board of Canvassers had approved the ballot language previously. The DKT Liberty Project has helped provide support for this grassroots effort. “Collecting enough signatures to get Read the full article…

‘Kettle Falls Five’ Wins on Appeal in Medical Marijuana Case

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Ms. Rhonda Firestack-Harvey, her son Rolland Gregg, and his wife Michelle Gregg for decades led normal lives.  Along with their friends Larry Harvey and Jason Zucker, they used medical marijuana for health issues.  They each had state medical health authorizations posted, and they carefully followed all of Washington state’s regulations for the legal use of Read the full article…

Victory for The Friendly Market in Oklahoma

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The verdict is in for the trial against a Norman city councilman and his business partner, the owner of The Friendly Market. Robert Cox and Stephen Holman were found not guilty on all counts. The DKT Liberty project supported this case by paying for Cox’s and Holman’s defense. The two were accused of a felony Read the full article…

Lawsuit Settled as City Agrees to Major Changes

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Calling the city Recorders Court in Columbus, Georgia “a troubled and dysfunctional institution whose judges and clerks routinely disregard the rights of defendants, including indigent citizens,” the Southern Center for Human Rights, with support from the DKT Liberty Project, sued the mayor of Columbus, the chief judge of the city Recorders Court, and his clerk Read the full article…

Kala Rains Wins Case on Appeal

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Kala Rains and her husband owned a small ranch in rural southern California.  After her husband died, everything seemed to go downhill for her. Temptation came knocking in 2013 when a man said he would give her $300 to let two Mexican aliens stay one night at her ranch.  She agreed, but one night turned Read the full article…