What's going on in Maryland?

Author: Brandon Middleton Via the Washington Post, we learn of an incredible story, but sadly only the latest example of the needs of endangered species being placed well above the … ›

The New York Times takes closer look at State of the Union comment

Author: Daniel Himebaugh During last night's State of the Union Address, President Obama criticized the Supreme Court for its recent ruling in Citizens United.  PLF participated in that case, and … ›

PLF Coastal Land Rights Project Busy Fighting Coastal Commission on Multiple Fronts

Author:  Paul Beard PLF's Coastal Land Rights Project has had a busy January so far: On Saturday, we interviewed Venice residents about the California Coastal Commission's refusal to allow reasonable … ›

New study shows government policies inflate home prices in Washington

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Washington Policy Center, a Seattle-based think tank, released a study this month showing how tax policy and growth restrictions increase the cost of home construction in … ›

Controversy over another Delta fish

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The United States Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that it will revisit its 2003 decision to remove the Sacramento splittail from Endangered Species Act protections.  … ›

The Constitution is (fortunately) a stubborn document

Author: Brandon Middleton The Natural Resource Defense Council's Barry Nelson doesn't like what Pacific Legal Foundation is doing when it comes to California's water. (See his NRDC Switchboard blog post, … ›

The ramifications of the Obama administration's man-made California drought

Author: Brandon Middleton Big Government's John Loudon has a great article on why it's important for the entire country to wake up and realize that the Obama administration is putting … ›

PLF asks Ninth Circuit to invalidate delta smelt restrictions

Author: Brandon Middleton Today, Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys will file an appeal to the Ninth Circuit, asking the court to invalidate the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's delta smelt water … ›

PLF files Supreme Court brief in Lewis v. Chicago

Author: Joshua Thompson Last week I blogged about the City of Chicago's drastic measures to avoid disparate-impact liability, and noted how the Supreme Court was set to hear Lewis v. … ›

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What's going on in Maryland?

Author: Brandon Middleton Via the Washington Post, we learn of an incredible story, but sadly only the latest example of the needs of endangered species being placed well above the … ›

The New York Times takes closer look at State of the Union comment

Author: Daniel Himebaugh During last night's State of the Union Address, President Obama criticized the Supreme Court for its recent ruling in Citizens United.  PLF participated in that case, and … ›

PLF Coastal Land Rights Project Busy Fighting Coastal Commission on Multiple Fronts

Author:  Paul Beard PLF's Coastal Land Rights Project has had a busy January so far: On Saturday, we interviewed Venice residents about the California Coastal Commission's refusal to allow reasonable … ›

New study shows government policies inflate home prices in Washington

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Washington Policy Center, a Seattle-based think tank, released a study this month showing how tax policy and growth restrictions increase the cost of home construction in … ›

Controversy over another Delta fish

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The United States Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that it will revisit its 2003 decision to remove the Sacramento splittail from Endangered Species Act protections.  … ›

The Constitution is (fortunately) a stubborn document

Author: Brandon Middleton The Natural Resource Defense Council's Barry Nelson doesn't like what Pacific Legal Foundation is doing when it comes to California's water. (See his NRDC Switchboard blog post, … ›

The ramifications of the Obama administration's man-made California drought

Author: Brandon Middleton Big Government's John Loudon has a great article on why it's important for the entire country to wake up and realize that the Obama administration is putting … ›

PLF asks Ninth Circuit to invalidate delta smelt restrictions

Author: Brandon Middleton Today, Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys will file an appeal to the Ninth Circuit, asking the court to invalidate the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's delta smelt water … ›

PLF files Supreme Court brief in Lewis v. Chicago

Author: Joshua Thompson Last week I blogged about the City of Chicago's drastic measures to avoid disparate-impact liability, and noted how the Supreme Court was set to hear Lewis v. … ›

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What's going on in Maryland?

Author: Brandon Middleton Via the Washington Post, we learn of an incredible story, but sadly only the latest example of the needs of endangered species being placed well above the … ›

The New York Times takes closer look at State of the Union comment

Author: Daniel Himebaugh During last night's State of the Union Address, President Obama criticized the Supreme Court for its recent ruling in Citizens United.  PLF participated in that case, and … ›

PLF Coastal Land Rights Project Busy Fighting Coastal Commission on Multiple Fronts

Author:  Paul Beard PLF's Coastal Land Rights Project has had a busy January so far: On Saturday, we interviewed Venice residents about the California Coastal Commission's refusal to allow reasonable … ›

New study shows government policies inflate home prices in Washington

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Washington Policy Center, a Seattle-based think tank, released a study this month showing how tax policy and growth restrictions increase the cost of home construction in … ›

Controversy over another Delta fish

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The United States Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that it will revisit its 2003 decision to remove the Sacramento splittail from Endangered Species Act protections.  … ›

The Constitution is (fortunately) a stubborn document

Author: Brandon Middleton The Natural Resource Defense Council's Barry Nelson doesn't like what Pacific Legal Foundation is doing when it comes to California's water. (See his NRDC Switchboard blog post, … ›

The ramifications of the Obama administration's man-made California drought

Author: Brandon Middleton Big Government's John Loudon has a great article on why it's important for the entire country to wake up and realize that the Obama administration is putting … ›

PLF asks Ninth Circuit to invalidate delta smelt restrictions

Author: Brandon Middleton Today, Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys will file an appeal to the Ninth Circuit, asking the court to invalidate the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's delta smelt water … ›

PLF files Supreme Court brief in Lewis v. Chicago

Author: Joshua Thompson Last week I blogged about the City of Chicago's drastic measures to avoid disparate-impact liability, and noted how the Supreme Court was set to hear Lewis v. … ›

What's going on in Maryland?

Author: Brandon Middleton Via the Washington Post, we learn of an incredible story, but sadly only the latest example of the needs of endangered species being placed well above the … ›

The New York Times takes closer look at State of the Union comment

Author: Daniel Himebaugh During last night's State of the Union Address, President Obama criticized the Supreme Court for its recent ruling in Citizens United.  PLF participated in that case, and … ›

PLF Coastal Land Rights Project Busy Fighting Coastal Commission on Multiple Fronts

Author:  Paul Beard PLF's Coastal Land Rights Project has had a busy January so far: On Saturday, we interviewed Venice residents about the California Coastal Commission's refusal to allow reasonable … ›

New study shows government policies inflate home prices in Washington

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Washington Policy Center, a Seattle-based think tank, released a study this month showing how tax policy and growth restrictions increase the cost of home construction in … ›

Controversy over another Delta fish

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The United States Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that it will revisit its 2003 decision to remove the Sacramento splittail from Endangered Species Act protections.  … ›

The Constitution is (fortunately) a stubborn document

Author: Brandon Middleton The Natural Resource Defense Council's Barry Nelson doesn't like what Pacific Legal Foundation is doing when it comes to California's water. (See his NRDC Switchboard blog post, … ›

The ramifications of the Obama administration's man-made California drought

Author: Brandon Middleton Big Government's John Loudon has a great article on why it's important for the entire country to wake up and realize that the Obama administration is putting … ›

PLF asks Ninth Circuit to invalidate delta smelt restrictions

Author: Brandon Middleton Today, Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys will file an appeal to the Ninth Circuit, asking the court to invalidate the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's delta smelt water … ›

PLF files Supreme Court brief in Lewis v. Chicago

Author: Joshua Thompson Last week I blogged about the City of Chicago's drastic measures to avoid disparate-impact liability, and noted how the Supreme Court was set to hear Lewis v. … ›