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PLF files petition to remove wood stork from "endangered" species list

The petition can be found here; press release here.  Steven Geiseler, managing attorney with PLF’s Atlantic Center office in Stuart, Florida, offered the following commentary: Today we’re demanding that the … ›

Sotomayor's environmental credentials

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New GAO report on Section 7 consultation

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delta smelt biological opinion: preliminary injunction granted

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the delta smelt's dirty little secret

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PLF lawsuit challenging Delta water restrictions filed

Today Pacific Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit in federal court in Fresno challenging the Delta pumping restrictions imposed by the Fish and Wildlife Service on account of the delta smelt, … ›

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Dean Revesz of NYU Law and Michael Livermore opine that the environmental community is reading too much into Judge Sotomayor's decision in Riverkeeper v. EPA, in which she ruled that … ›

PLF files petition to remove wood stork from "endangered" species list

The petition can be found here; press release here.  Steven Geiseler, managing attorney with PLF’s Atlantic Center office in Stuart, Florida, offered the following commentary: Today we’re demanding that the … ›

Sotomayor's environmental credentials

The New York Times has this article on Sotomayor's environmental credentials. It quotes Glenn Sugameli, who is head of Earth Justice's judicial nominations project.  Here is what Mr. Sugameli has to … ›

more delta smelt media coverage

California Ag Net is a great resource for news and info on California's agricultural industry. Ag Net reporter Patrick Cavanaugh was in Fresno during PLF's delta smelt press conference. His … ›

New GAO report on Section 7 consultation

The nub of the report is that the Service has no systematic means of tracking compliance with the biological opinions issued to other federal agencies.  If that's so, then why … ›

delta smelt biological opinion: preliminary injunction granted

This past Friday, Judge Wanger heard arguments on Westlands Water District and San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority (Westlands) motion for a preliminary injunction of Component 2 of the delta … ›

the delta smelt's dirty little secret

The delta smelt – a tiny fish the size of a small child’s hand – has a stranglehold on California’s water supply. Restrictions put in place on behalf of the … ›

Smelt media

Yesterday PLF filed a lawsuit on behalf on three Central Valley farmers challenging the Fish and Widlife Service's December 2008 biological opinion mandating severe restrictions on Delta water pumping, owing … ›

PLF lawsuit challenging Delta water restrictions filed

Today Pacific Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit in federal court in Fresno challenging the Delta pumping restrictions imposed by the Fish and Wildlife Service on account of the delta smelt, … ›

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More on Sotomayor

Dean Revesz of NYU Law and Michael Livermore opine that the environmental community is reading too much into Judge Sotomayor's decision in Riverkeeper v. EPA, in which she ruled that … ›

PLF files petition to remove wood stork from "endangered" species list

The petition can be found here; press release here.  Steven Geiseler, managing attorney with PLF’s Atlantic Center office in Stuart, Florida, offered the following commentary: Today we’re demanding that the … ›

Sotomayor's environmental credentials

The New York Times has this article on Sotomayor's environmental credentials. It quotes Glenn Sugameli, who is head of Earth Justice's judicial nominations project.  Here is what Mr. Sugameli has to … ›

more delta smelt media coverage

California Ag Net is a great resource for news and info on California's agricultural industry. Ag Net reporter Patrick Cavanaugh was in Fresno during PLF's delta smelt press conference. His … ›

New GAO report on Section 7 consultation

The nub of the report is that the Service has no systematic means of tracking compliance with the biological opinions issued to other federal agencies.  If that's so, then why … ›

delta smelt biological opinion: preliminary injunction granted

This past Friday, Judge Wanger heard arguments on Westlands Water District and San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority (Westlands) motion for a preliminary injunction of Component 2 of the delta … ›

the delta smelt's dirty little secret

The delta smelt – a tiny fish the size of a small child’s hand – has a stranglehold on California’s water supply. Restrictions put in place on behalf of the … ›

Smelt media

Yesterday PLF filed a lawsuit on behalf on three Central Valley farmers challenging the Fish and Widlife Service's December 2008 biological opinion mandating severe restrictions on Delta water pumping, owing … ›

PLF lawsuit challenging Delta water restrictions filed

Today Pacific Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit in federal court in Fresno challenging the Delta pumping restrictions imposed by the Fish and Wildlife Service on account of the delta smelt, … ›

More on Sotomayor

Dean Revesz of NYU Law and Michael Livermore opine that the environmental community is reading too much into Judge Sotomayor's decision in Riverkeeper v. EPA, in which she ruled that … ›

PLF files petition to remove wood stork from "endangered" species list

The petition can be found here; press release here.  Steven Geiseler, managing attorney with PLF’s Atlantic Center office in Stuart, Florida, offered the following commentary: Today we’re demanding that the … ›

Sotomayor's environmental credentials

The New York Times has this article on Sotomayor's environmental credentials. It quotes Glenn Sugameli, who is head of Earth Justice's judicial nominations project.  Here is what Mr. Sugameli has to … ›

more delta smelt media coverage

California Ag Net is a great resource for news and info on California's agricultural industry. Ag Net reporter Patrick Cavanaugh was in Fresno during PLF's delta smelt press conference. His … ›

New GAO report on Section 7 consultation

The nub of the report is that the Service has no systematic means of tracking compliance with the biological opinions issued to other federal agencies.  If that's so, then why … ›

delta smelt biological opinion: preliminary injunction granted

This past Friday, Judge Wanger heard arguments on Westlands Water District and San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority (Westlands) motion for a preliminary injunction of Component 2 of the delta … ›

the delta smelt's dirty little secret

The delta smelt – a tiny fish the size of a small child’s hand – has a stranglehold on California’s water supply. Restrictions put in place on behalf of the … ›

Smelt media

Yesterday PLF filed a lawsuit on behalf on three Central Valley farmers challenging the Fish and Widlife Service's December 2008 biological opinion mandating severe restrictions on Delta water pumping, owing … ›

PLF lawsuit challenging Delta water restrictions filed

Today Pacific Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit in federal court in Fresno challenging the Delta pumping restrictions imposed by the Fish and Wildlife Service on account of the delta smelt, … ›