New Jersey Local Government Steals Private Property

Author: Luke Wake A couple in New Jersey is turning to their Supreme Court for relief after an appellate decision found that their property had been "taken by inverse condemnation." … ›

Hey, whadda ya know?

Author: Timothy Sandefur This is unintentionally hilarious: How can we most effectively weaken property rights…?  [F]raming property as bundles of rights and forewarning of limitations weakens perceptions of ownership and … ›

My Chapman talk on Lochner

Author: Timothy Sandefur I recently spoke to the Federalist Society at Chapman University School of Law (my alma mater) on the subject of Lochner and of constitutional protections for economic … ›

The "diversity" rationale

Author: Joshua Thompson Over at The Volokh Conspiracy, Ilya Somin has an interesting post on the justificaiton(s) for race/ethnic preferences at public universities.  He notes how there are two general … ›

PLF files new Proposition 209 lawsuit directly in California Court of Appeal

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF filed a lawsuit today against a number of California agencies and officials including Governor Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Brown.  The lawsuit alleges that the recently enacted Assembly … ›

Atlantic Yards eminent domain case

Author: Timothy Sandefur Our friend Robert Thomas is liveblogging the oral arguments in New York's important eminent domain case, Goldstein v. New York State Urban Development Corp., over at his … ›

California: the pyrite state

Author: Timothy Sandefur …or is it Pirate State? A report issued last month by Sanjay Varshney and Dennis Tootelian, professors at the Cal State Sacramento College of Business Administration, finds … ›

Thoughts on PLF's delta smelt Commerce Clause challenge

Author: Brandon Middleton Last week a federal district court in Fresno rejected Pacific Legal Foundation's constitutional challenge to the federal government's devastating delta smelt water restrictions. Even though the delta smelt is a … ›

PLF victory in Proposition 209 challenge

Author: Joshua Thompson Last week, PLF won an important victory for equality under the law in the case of Smith v. California Health and Human Services Agency.  The case challenged … ›

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New Jersey Local Government Steals Private Property

Author: Luke Wake A couple in New Jersey is turning to their Supreme Court for relief after an appellate decision found that their property had been "taken by inverse condemnation." … ›

Hey, whadda ya know?

Author: Timothy Sandefur This is unintentionally hilarious: How can we most effectively weaken property rights…?  [F]raming property as bundles of rights and forewarning of limitations weakens perceptions of ownership and … ›

My Chapman talk on Lochner

Author: Timothy Sandefur I recently spoke to the Federalist Society at Chapman University School of Law (my alma mater) on the subject of Lochner and of constitutional protections for economic … ›

The "diversity" rationale

Author: Joshua Thompson Over at The Volokh Conspiracy, Ilya Somin has an interesting post on the justificaiton(s) for race/ethnic preferences at public universities.  He notes how there are two general … ›

PLF files new Proposition 209 lawsuit directly in California Court of Appeal

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF filed a lawsuit today against a number of California agencies and officials including Governor Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Brown.  The lawsuit alleges that the recently enacted Assembly … ›

Atlantic Yards eminent domain case

Author: Timothy Sandefur Our friend Robert Thomas is liveblogging the oral arguments in New York's important eminent domain case, Goldstein v. New York State Urban Development Corp., over at his … ›

California: the pyrite state

Author: Timothy Sandefur …or is it Pirate State? A report issued last month by Sanjay Varshney and Dennis Tootelian, professors at the Cal State Sacramento College of Business Administration, finds … ›

Thoughts on PLF's delta smelt Commerce Clause challenge

Author: Brandon Middleton Last week a federal district court in Fresno rejected Pacific Legal Foundation's constitutional challenge to the federal government's devastating delta smelt water restrictions. Even though the delta smelt is a … ›

PLF victory in Proposition 209 challenge

Author: Joshua Thompson Last week, PLF won an important victory for equality under the law in the case of Smith v. California Health and Human Services Agency.  The case challenged … ›

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New Jersey Local Government Steals Private Property

Author: Luke Wake A couple in New Jersey is turning to their Supreme Court for relief after an appellate decision found that their property had been "taken by inverse condemnation." … ›

Hey, whadda ya know?

Author: Timothy Sandefur This is unintentionally hilarious: How can we most effectively weaken property rights…?  [F]raming property as bundles of rights and forewarning of limitations weakens perceptions of ownership and … ›

My Chapman talk on Lochner

Author: Timothy Sandefur I recently spoke to the Federalist Society at Chapman University School of Law (my alma mater) on the subject of Lochner and of constitutional protections for economic … ›

The "diversity" rationale

Author: Joshua Thompson Over at The Volokh Conspiracy, Ilya Somin has an interesting post on the justificaiton(s) for race/ethnic preferences at public universities.  He notes how there are two general … ›

PLF files new Proposition 209 lawsuit directly in California Court of Appeal

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF filed a lawsuit today against a number of California agencies and officials including Governor Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Brown.  The lawsuit alleges that the recently enacted Assembly … ›

Atlantic Yards eminent domain case

Author: Timothy Sandefur Our friend Robert Thomas is liveblogging the oral arguments in New York's important eminent domain case, Goldstein v. New York State Urban Development Corp., over at his … ›

California: the pyrite state

Author: Timothy Sandefur …or is it Pirate State? A report issued last month by Sanjay Varshney and Dennis Tootelian, professors at the Cal State Sacramento College of Business Administration, finds … ›

Thoughts on PLF's delta smelt Commerce Clause challenge

Author: Brandon Middleton Last week a federal district court in Fresno rejected Pacific Legal Foundation's constitutional challenge to the federal government's devastating delta smelt water restrictions. Even though the delta smelt is a … ›

PLF victory in Proposition 209 challenge

Author: Joshua Thompson Last week, PLF won an important victory for equality under the law in the case of Smith v. California Health and Human Services Agency.  The case challenged … ›

New Jersey Local Government Steals Private Property

Author: Luke Wake A couple in New Jersey is turning to their Supreme Court for relief after an appellate decision found that their property had been "taken by inverse condemnation." … ›

Hey, whadda ya know?

Author: Timothy Sandefur This is unintentionally hilarious: How can we most effectively weaken property rights…?  [F]raming property as bundles of rights and forewarning of limitations weakens perceptions of ownership and … ›

My Chapman talk on Lochner

Author: Timothy Sandefur I recently spoke to the Federalist Society at Chapman University School of Law (my alma mater) on the subject of Lochner and of constitutional protections for economic … ›

The "diversity" rationale

Author: Joshua Thompson Over at The Volokh Conspiracy, Ilya Somin has an interesting post on the justificaiton(s) for race/ethnic preferences at public universities.  He notes how there are two general … ›

PLF files new Proposition 209 lawsuit directly in California Court of Appeal

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF filed a lawsuit today against a number of California agencies and officials including Governor Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Brown.  The lawsuit alleges that the recently enacted Assembly … ›

Atlantic Yards eminent domain case

Author: Timothy Sandefur Our friend Robert Thomas is liveblogging the oral arguments in New York's important eminent domain case, Goldstein v. New York State Urban Development Corp., over at his … ›

California: the pyrite state

Author: Timothy Sandefur …or is it Pirate State? A report issued last month by Sanjay Varshney and Dennis Tootelian, professors at the Cal State Sacramento College of Business Administration, finds … ›

Thoughts on PLF's delta smelt Commerce Clause challenge

Author: Brandon Middleton Last week a federal district court in Fresno rejected Pacific Legal Foundation's constitutional challenge to the federal government's devastating delta smelt water restrictions. Even though the delta smelt is a … ›

PLF victory in Proposition 209 challenge

Author: Joshua Thompson Last week, PLF won an important victory for equality under the law in the case of Smith v. California Health and Human Services Agency.  The case challenged … ›