Teaching Kids That Property Rights Are Evil

by Timothy Sandefur This is truly beyond belief. TCS Daily writer Maureen Martin reports on a Seattle school that banned Legos in an attempt to teach children that private property … ›

Russ Brooks

We at the Pacific Legal Foundation are very sad to announce the death of our friend and colleague, Russ Brooks, managing attorney of our Bellvue, Washington office. Russ was one … ›

And Montana

The Montana legislature is considering three eminent domain reform bills as a better-late-than never response to Kelo. 

Wyoming

Wyoming's legislature has given "preliminary approval" to a stripped-down eminent domain reform bill. The stripping, regrettably, took place in the realm of just compensation protections.

Connecticut

The judge nominated to be the next chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court has at least on unfortunate eminent domain decision to her name, according to this article.  Not … ›

Private Property Rights Under Fire in Missouri

by Timothy Sandefur PLF's James Burling at I have an article in the Kansas City Star about eminent domain abuse in Missouri–abuse even worse than the Kelo case allows.

Maryland's High Court Disallows Baltimore's Property-Seizing Attempt

Legal News Line has this story today on the Valsamaki case. Excerpt: "The basic rule in America has always been that government must give you your day in court before … ›

New Study Details Devastating Effects of Eminent Domain Abuse on African Americans

The Institute for Justice has just released a new report by Dr. Mindy Fullilove, entitled "Eminent Domain & African Americans: What is the Price of the Commons?" You can read … ›

Eminent Domain In Uganda

A most interesting revelation in this article on private property in Uganda is that, in theory at least, what we'd recognize as takings for private redevelopment are prohibited by Ugandan … ›

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Teaching Kids That Property Rights Are Evil

by Timothy Sandefur This is truly beyond belief. TCS Daily writer Maureen Martin reports on a Seattle school that banned Legos in an attempt to teach children that private property … ›

Russ Brooks

We at the Pacific Legal Foundation are very sad to announce the death of our friend and colleague, Russ Brooks, managing attorney of our Bellvue, Washington office. Russ was one … ›

And Montana

The Montana legislature is considering three eminent domain reform bills as a better-late-than never response to Kelo. 

Wyoming

Wyoming's legislature has given "preliminary approval" to a stripped-down eminent domain reform bill. The stripping, regrettably, took place in the realm of just compensation protections.

Connecticut

The judge nominated to be the next chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court has at least on unfortunate eminent domain decision to her name, according to this article.  Not … ›

Private Property Rights Under Fire in Missouri

by Timothy Sandefur PLF's James Burling at I have an article in the Kansas City Star about eminent domain abuse in Missouri–abuse even worse than the Kelo case allows.

Maryland's High Court Disallows Baltimore's Property-Seizing Attempt

Legal News Line has this story today on the Valsamaki case. Excerpt: "The basic rule in America has always been that government must give you your day in court before … ›

New Study Details Devastating Effects of Eminent Domain Abuse on African Americans

The Institute for Justice has just released a new report by Dr. Mindy Fullilove, entitled "Eminent Domain & African Americans: What is the Price of the Commons?" You can read … ›

Eminent Domain In Uganda

A most interesting revelation in this article on private property in Uganda is that, in theory at least, what we'd recognize as takings for private redevelopment are prohibited by Ugandan … ›

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Teaching Kids That Property Rights Are Evil

by Timothy Sandefur This is truly beyond belief. TCS Daily writer Maureen Martin reports on a Seattle school that banned Legos in an attempt to teach children that private property … ›

Russ Brooks

We at the Pacific Legal Foundation are very sad to announce the death of our friend and colleague, Russ Brooks, managing attorney of our Bellvue, Washington office. Russ was one … ›

And Montana

The Montana legislature is considering three eminent domain reform bills as a better-late-than never response to Kelo. 

Wyoming

Wyoming's legislature has given "preliminary approval" to a stripped-down eminent domain reform bill. The stripping, regrettably, took place in the realm of just compensation protections.

Connecticut

The judge nominated to be the next chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court has at least on unfortunate eminent domain decision to her name, according to this article.  Not … ›

Private Property Rights Under Fire in Missouri

by Timothy Sandefur PLF's James Burling at I have an article in the Kansas City Star about eminent domain abuse in Missouri–abuse even worse than the Kelo case allows.

Maryland's High Court Disallows Baltimore's Property-Seizing Attempt

Legal News Line has this story today on the Valsamaki case. Excerpt: "The basic rule in America has always been that government must give you your day in court before … ›

New Study Details Devastating Effects of Eminent Domain Abuse on African Americans

The Institute for Justice has just released a new report by Dr. Mindy Fullilove, entitled "Eminent Domain & African Americans: What is the Price of the Commons?" You can read … ›

Eminent Domain In Uganda

A most interesting revelation in this article on private property in Uganda is that, in theory at least, what we'd recognize as takings for private redevelopment are prohibited by Ugandan … ›

Teaching Kids That Property Rights Are Evil

by Timothy Sandefur This is truly beyond belief. TCS Daily writer Maureen Martin reports on a Seattle school that banned Legos in an attempt to teach children that private property … ›

Russ Brooks

We at the Pacific Legal Foundation are very sad to announce the death of our friend and colleague, Russ Brooks, managing attorney of our Bellvue, Washington office. Russ was one … ›

And Montana

The Montana legislature is considering three eminent domain reform bills as a better-late-than never response to Kelo. 

Wyoming

Wyoming's legislature has given "preliminary approval" to a stripped-down eminent domain reform bill. The stripping, regrettably, took place in the realm of just compensation protections.

Connecticut

The judge nominated to be the next chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court has at least on unfortunate eminent domain decision to her name, according to this article.  Not … ›

Private Property Rights Under Fire in Missouri

by Timothy Sandefur PLF's James Burling at I have an article in the Kansas City Star about eminent domain abuse in Missouri–abuse even worse than the Kelo case allows.

Maryland's High Court Disallows Baltimore's Property-Seizing Attempt

Legal News Line has this story today on the Valsamaki case. Excerpt: "The basic rule in America has always been that government must give you your day in court before … ›

New Study Details Devastating Effects of Eminent Domain Abuse on African Americans

The Institute for Justice has just released a new report by Dr. Mindy Fullilove, entitled "Eminent Domain & African Americans: What is the Price of the Commons?" You can read … ›

Eminent Domain In Uganda

A most interesting revelation in this article on private property in Uganda is that, in theory at least, what we'd recognize as takings for private redevelopment are prohibited by Ugandan … ›