Court Thows Out Another Attempt To Silence Critics of Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur You're familiar with the frivolous lawsuit filed by Texas developer H. Walker Royall against Carla Main, the author of the excellent book Bulldozed. (The book chronicles an … ›

WSJ on Blight and Begging for Billionaires

The Wall Street Journal has an article here on the problematic "blight" loopholes in many so-called eminent domain "reform" bills. It also carries a clip from Begging for Billionaires, the … ›

Tune In for PLF's Radio Interview on the Andy Caldwell Show

On Thursday, April 30, from 4:00 – 4:30 p.m., Coastal Land Rights Project attorney, Paul Beard, will be on The Andy Caldwell Show to discuss the Court of Appeal's recent decision … ›

Farr v. California Coastal Commission

Today, we filed a letter with the California Court of Appeal (2nd District), requesting that it publish its excellent decision in Farr v. California Coastal Commission.  Stay tuned for the … ›

Preliminary injunction motion filed in Delta litigation

Yesterday Westlands Water District moved to enjoin current Delta pumping restrictions, arguing, among other things, that the smelt biological opinion's restrictions based upon percentage entrainment are arbitrary and capricious.  A hearing … ›

Mountaintop mining rule to be vacated

Owing to the failure to conduct section 7 consultation, reports the AP.

more on Section 7 regs

On the Section 7 reg revisions that the Obama administration has sent to OMB, Legal Planet's Holly Doremus remarks that "it looks like the new administration is ready to act, although … ›

Five reasons for EPA not to regulate CO2 emissions

From the Heritage Foundation: 1.    bad for the economy 2.    little environmental benefit 3.    ongoing scientific debate 4.    backdoor policymaking 5.    expanded bureaucracy Interestingly, four of the five reasons prescind from any consideration of whether … ›

More on The Severance Case

Thanks to The Volokh Conspiracy and Reason for covering PLF's recent victory in the Severance case.

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Court Thows Out Another Attempt To Silence Critics of Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur You're familiar with the frivolous lawsuit filed by Texas developer H. Walker Royall against Carla Main, the author of the excellent book Bulldozed. (The book chronicles an … ›

WSJ on Blight and Begging for Billionaires

The Wall Street Journal has an article here on the problematic "blight" loopholes in many so-called eminent domain "reform" bills. It also carries a clip from Begging for Billionaires, the … ›

Tune In for PLF's Radio Interview on the Andy Caldwell Show

On Thursday, April 30, from 4:00 – 4:30 p.m., Coastal Land Rights Project attorney, Paul Beard, will be on The Andy Caldwell Show to discuss the Court of Appeal's recent decision … ›

Farr v. California Coastal Commission

Today, we filed a letter with the California Court of Appeal (2nd District), requesting that it publish its excellent decision in Farr v. California Coastal Commission.  Stay tuned for the … ›

Preliminary injunction motion filed in Delta litigation

Yesterday Westlands Water District moved to enjoin current Delta pumping restrictions, arguing, among other things, that the smelt biological opinion's restrictions based upon percentage entrainment are arbitrary and capricious.  A hearing … ›

Mountaintop mining rule to be vacated

Owing to the failure to conduct section 7 consultation, reports the AP.

more on Section 7 regs

On the Section 7 reg revisions that the Obama administration has sent to OMB, Legal Planet's Holly Doremus remarks that "it looks like the new administration is ready to act, although … ›

Five reasons for EPA not to regulate CO2 emissions

From the Heritage Foundation: 1.    bad for the economy 2.    little environmental benefit 3.    ongoing scientific debate 4.    backdoor policymaking 5.    expanded bureaucracy Interestingly, four of the five reasons prescind from any consideration of whether … ›

More on The Severance Case

Thanks to The Volokh Conspiracy and Reason for covering PLF's recent victory in the Severance case.

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Court Thows Out Another Attempt To Silence Critics of Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur You're familiar with the frivolous lawsuit filed by Texas developer H. Walker Royall against Carla Main, the author of the excellent book Bulldozed. (The book chronicles an … ›

WSJ on Blight and Begging for Billionaires

The Wall Street Journal has an article here on the problematic "blight" loopholes in many so-called eminent domain "reform" bills. It also carries a clip from Begging for Billionaires, the … ›

Tune In for PLF's Radio Interview on the Andy Caldwell Show

On Thursday, April 30, from 4:00 – 4:30 p.m., Coastal Land Rights Project attorney, Paul Beard, will be on The Andy Caldwell Show to discuss the Court of Appeal's recent decision … ›

Farr v. California Coastal Commission

Today, we filed a letter with the California Court of Appeal (2nd District), requesting that it publish its excellent decision in Farr v. California Coastal Commission.  Stay tuned for the … ›

Preliminary injunction motion filed in Delta litigation

Yesterday Westlands Water District moved to enjoin current Delta pumping restrictions, arguing, among other things, that the smelt biological opinion's restrictions based upon percentage entrainment are arbitrary and capricious.  A hearing … ›

Mountaintop mining rule to be vacated

Owing to the failure to conduct section 7 consultation, reports the AP.

more on Section 7 regs

On the Section 7 reg revisions that the Obama administration has sent to OMB, Legal Planet's Holly Doremus remarks that "it looks like the new administration is ready to act, although … ›

Five reasons for EPA not to regulate CO2 emissions

From the Heritage Foundation: 1.    bad for the economy 2.    little environmental benefit 3.    ongoing scientific debate 4.    backdoor policymaking 5.    expanded bureaucracy Interestingly, four of the five reasons prescind from any consideration of whether … ›

More on The Severance Case

Thanks to The Volokh Conspiracy and Reason for covering PLF's recent victory in the Severance case.

Court Thows Out Another Attempt To Silence Critics of Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur You're familiar with the frivolous lawsuit filed by Texas developer H. Walker Royall against Carla Main, the author of the excellent book Bulldozed. (The book chronicles an … ›

WSJ on Blight and Begging for Billionaires

The Wall Street Journal has an article here on the problematic "blight" loopholes in many so-called eminent domain "reform" bills. It also carries a clip from Begging for Billionaires, the … ›

Tune In for PLF's Radio Interview on the Andy Caldwell Show

On Thursday, April 30, from 4:00 – 4:30 p.m., Coastal Land Rights Project attorney, Paul Beard, will be on The Andy Caldwell Show to discuss the Court of Appeal's recent decision … ›

Farr v. California Coastal Commission

Today, we filed a letter with the California Court of Appeal (2nd District), requesting that it publish its excellent decision in Farr v. California Coastal Commission.  Stay tuned for the … ›

Preliminary injunction motion filed in Delta litigation

Yesterday Westlands Water District moved to enjoin current Delta pumping restrictions, arguing, among other things, that the smelt biological opinion's restrictions based upon percentage entrainment are arbitrary and capricious.  A hearing … ›

Mountaintop mining rule to be vacated

Owing to the failure to conduct section 7 consultation, reports the AP.

more on Section 7 regs

On the Section 7 reg revisions that the Obama administration has sent to OMB, Legal Planet's Holly Doremus remarks that "it looks like the new administration is ready to act, although … ›

Five reasons for EPA not to regulate CO2 emissions

From the Heritage Foundation: 1.    bad for the economy 2.    little environmental benefit 3.    ongoing scientific debate 4.    backdoor policymaking 5.    expanded bureaucracy Interestingly, four of the five reasons prescind from any consideration of whether … ›

More on The Severance Case

Thanks to The Volokh Conspiracy and Reason for covering PLF's recent victory in the Severance case.