Florida bill would allow civilians to sue over damage to or removal of Confederate monuments
The proposed legislation is seen as an effort to defend Confederate monuments and markers in the public sphere by streamlining civil lawsuits
NFT market is vulnerable to money laundering, according to US Treasury study of the art trade
While the study concedes there are some nefarious financial dealings in the art market, there are more immediate concerns and regulatory manoeuvres to take
Art market money laundering crackdown spreads from UK to the US, but what impact is it having and are businesses taking it seriously?
Risky business: how new US sanctions regulations will actually impact the art market
Lone senator blocks US bills creating museums that would celebrate American Latinos and women
Utah Republican says that such museums would “divide an already divided nation”