Starving the Beast: The Coastal Commission's Shrinking Budget

As reported in this Capitol Weekly story, the Coastal Commission is facing a major budget cut of 10% this year.  Projections are that the Commission will have to lay off … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation launches legal challenge to polar bear listing

Pacific Legal Foundation has filed a 60-day notice with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service for violations stemming from FWS's decision to list the polar bear as a threatened … ›

Mt. Holyoke Homes: Fighting Back against Coastal Commission Permitting Delays

Perhaps highlighting the potency of our amicus brief in Mt. Holyoke Homes v. California Coastal Commission, the Coastal Commission filed its response.  Mt. Holyoke concerns a home owner's attempt to … ›

More on Huell Howser's Puff Piece About Eminent Domain

Larry Gilbert spoke to PBS TV host Huell Howser about why he would produce a 14 part miniseries about the supposed successes of redevelopment in California without any discussion of … ›

lawsuit/60-day notice filed over Navy's operations in Puget Sound

Yesterday the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and the Wild Fish Conservancy filed a complaint against the United States Navy.  The lawsuit alleges that the Navy has failed to comply … ›

Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations v. Gutierrez

Earlier this year, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California held that the National Marine Fisheries Service's 2004 Biological Opinion on the effects of California and federal … ›

Wyoming congressional candidates discuss the Endangered Species Act

Yesterday's Wyoming Tribune-Eagle contains an article devoted to how the candidates for Wyoming's lone house seat feel about the ESA.  Apparently, all agree that change is needed: "The sad thing … ›

more wolf news

Today's Casper Star-Tribune contains a nice summary of the gray wolf injunction, including reaction to the decision from Ed Bangs, the federal gray wolf recovery coordinator.  In the article, Bangs … ›

Prop. 99 Has Proven to Be A Sham

Former California State Senator Jim Nielsen has an important article on eminent domain in California after the passage of the League of Cities' Prop. 99: Not even two months have … ›

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Starving the Beast: The Coastal Commission's Shrinking Budget

As reported in this Capitol Weekly story, the Coastal Commission is facing a major budget cut of 10% this year.  Projections are that the Commission will have to lay off … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation launches legal challenge to polar bear listing

Pacific Legal Foundation has filed a 60-day notice with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service for violations stemming from FWS's decision to list the polar bear as a threatened … ›

Mt. Holyoke Homes: Fighting Back against Coastal Commission Permitting Delays

Perhaps highlighting the potency of our amicus brief in Mt. Holyoke Homes v. California Coastal Commission, the Coastal Commission filed its response.  Mt. Holyoke concerns a home owner's attempt to … ›

More on Huell Howser's Puff Piece About Eminent Domain

Larry Gilbert spoke to PBS TV host Huell Howser about why he would produce a 14 part miniseries about the supposed successes of redevelopment in California without any discussion of … ›

lawsuit/60-day notice filed over Navy's operations in Puget Sound

Yesterday the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and the Wild Fish Conservancy filed a complaint against the United States Navy.  The lawsuit alleges that the Navy has failed to comply … ›

Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations v. Gutierrez

Earlier this year, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California held that the National Marine Fisheries Service's 2004 Biological Opinion on the effects of California and federal … ›

Wyoming congressional candidates discuss the Endangered Species Act

Yesterday's Wyoming Tribune-Eagle contains an article devoted to how the candidates for Wyoming's lone house seat feel about the ESA.  Apparently, all agree that change is needed: "The sad thing … ›

more wolf news

Today's Casper Star-Tribune contains a nice summary of the gray wolf injunction, including reaction to the decision from Ed Bangs, the federal gray wolf recovery coordinator.  In the article, Bangs … ›

Prop. 99 Has Proven to Be A Sham

Former California State Senator Jim Nielsen has an important article on eminent domain in California after the passage of the League of Cities' Prop. 99: Not even two months have … ›

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Starving the Beast: The Coastal Commission's Shrinking Budget

As reported in this Capitol Weekly story, the Coastal Commission is facing a major budget cut of 10% this year.  Projections are that the Commission will have to lay off … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation launches legal challenge to polar bear listing

Pacific Legal Foundation has filed a 60-day notice with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service for violations stemming from FWS's decision to list the polar bear as a threatened … ›

Mt. Holyoke Homes: Fighting Back against Coastal Commission Permitting Delays

Perhaps highlighting the potency of our amicus brief in Mt. Holyoke Homes v. California Coastal Commission, the Coastal Commission filed its response.  Mt. Holyoke concerns a home owner's attempt to … ›

More on Huell Howser's Puff Piece About Eminent Domain

Larry Gilbert spoke to PBS TV host Huell Howser about why he would produce a 14 part miniseries about the supposed successes of redevelopment in California without any discussion of … ›

lawsuit/60-day notice filed over Navy's operations in Puget Sound

Yesterday the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and the Wild Fish Conservancy filed a complaint against the United States Navy.  The lawsuit alleges that the Navy has failed to comply … ›

Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations v. Gutierrez

Earlier this year, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California held that the National Marine Fisheries Service's 2004 Biological Opinion on the effects of California and federal … ›

Wyoming congressional candidates discuss the Endangered Species Act

Yesterday's Wyoming Tribune-Eagle contains an article devoted to how the candidates for Wyoming's lone house seat feel about the ESA.  Apparently, all agree that change is needed: "The sad thing … ›

more wolf news

Today's Casper Star-Tribune contains a nice summary of the gray wolf injunction, including reaction to the decision from Ed Bangs, the federal gray wolf recovery coordinator.  In the article, Bangs … ›

Prop. 99 Has Proven to Be A Sham

Former California State Senator Jim Nielsen has an important article on eminent domain in California after the passage of the League of Cities' Prop. 99: Not even two months have … ›

Starving the Beast: The Coastal Commission's Shrinking Budget

As reported in this Capitol Weekly story, the Coastal Commission is facing a major budget cut of 10% this year.  Projections are that the Commission will have to lay off … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation launches legal challenge to polar bear listing

Pacific Legal Foundation has filed a 60-day notice with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service for violations stemming from FWS's decision to list the polar bear as a threatened … ›

Mt. Holyoke Homes: Fighting Back against Coastal Commission Permitting Delays

Perhaps highlighting the potency of our amicus brief in Mt. Holyoke Homes v. California Coastal Commission, the Coastal Commission filed its response.  Mt. Holyoke concerns a home owner's attempt to … ›

More on Huell Howser's Puff Piece About Eminent Domain

Larry Gilbert spoke to PBS TV host Huell Howser about why he would produce a 14 part miniseries about the supposed successes of redevelopment in California without any discussion of … ›

lawsuit/60-day notice filed over Navy's operations in Puget Sound

Yesterday the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and the Wild Fish Conservancy filed a complaint against the United States Navy.  The lawsuit alleges that the Navy has failed to comply … ›

Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations v. Gutierrez

Earlier this year, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California held that the National Marine Fisheries Service's 2004 Biological Opinion on the effects of California and federal … ›

Wyoming congressional candidates discuss the Endangered Species Act

Yesterday's Wyoming Tribune-Eagle contains an article devoted to how the candidates for Wyoming's lone house seat feel about the ESA.  Apparently, all agree that change is needed: "The sad thing … ›

more wolf news

Today's Casper Star-Tribune contains a nice summary of the gray wolf injunction, including reaction to the decision from Ed Bangs, the federal gray wolf recovery coordinator.  In the article, Bangs … ›

Prop. 99 Has Proven to Be A Sham

Former California State Senator Jim Nielsen has an important article on eminent domain in California after the passage of the League of Cities' Prop. 99: Not even two months have … ›