Mark your calendars–May 4: Cal. Supreme Court argument on S.F. flouting Prop. 209

WHAT:  On May 4, 2010, oral argument will be held at the California Supreme Court, in Coral Construction v. San Francisco.  Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys represent contractors who are challenging … ›

What are transferable development rights?

Author: Luke A. Wake We all know that the Fifth Amendment protects our right to use and enjoy our property. But, that doesn't stop government regulators from trying to find innovative … ›

Can felons force states to let them vote? Ninth Circuit to rehear Farrakhan v. Gregoire

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda In an earlier post on the Liberty Blog, I described how the Ninth Circuit had ordered the parties in Farrakhan v. Gregoire to submit briefs setting forth their respective … ›

Did we say commerce? We meant tax. Oh, wait! No, we mean…

Author: Timothy Sandefur Randy Barnett has an excellent article in the Wall Street Journal about Congress' effort to change its story on where it gets the power to force us … ›

Wisconsin says, "The wolf is recovered"

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that it was filing a petition to delist the Wisconsin subpopulation of the Western Great Lakes distinct … ›

If at first you don’t succeed, change the rules!

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, Washington’s Supreme Court granted review of a petition asking whether the Legislature can enact a bill that would operate retroactively to wipe out several … ›

Summer reading list: Equal protection and discrimination

Author: Joshua Thompson In the coming weeks some of the PLF attorneys are going to blog on some books that we recommend for the summer.  While some of the books … ›

My review of The Dirty Dozen

Author: Timothy Sandefur The journal Reason Papers has published my review of Robert Levy and William Mellor's book, The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded … ›

"How to" resist eminent domain conference in So. Cal. Saturday

Author: Timothy Sandefur On Saturday, I'll be speaking at the meeting of Municipal Officials for Redevelopment Reform, California's number one resource for opposing the abuse of eminent domain. If you want to … ›

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Mark your calendars–May 4: Cal. Supreme Court argument on S.F. flouting Prop. 209

WHAT:  On May 4, 2010, oral argument will be held at the California Supreme Court, in Coral Construction v. San Francisco.  Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys represent contractors who are challenging … ›

What are transferable development rights?

Author: Luke A. Wake We all know that the Fifth Amendment protects our right to use and enjoy our property. But, that doesn't stop government regulators from trying to find innovative … ›

Can felons force states to let them vote? Ninth Circuit to rehear Farrakhan v. Gregoire

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda In an earlier post on the Liberty Blog, I described how the Ninth Circuit had ordered the parties in Farrakhan v. Gregoire to submit briefs setting forth their respective … ›

Did we say commerce? We meant tax. Oh, wait! No, we mean…

Author: Timothy Sandefur Randy Barnett has an excellent article in the Wall Street Journal about Congress' effort to change its story on where it gets the power to force us … ›

Wisconsin says, "The wolf is recovered"

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that it was filing a petition to delist the Wisconsin subpopulation of the Western Great Lakes distinct … ›

If at first you don’t succeed, change the rules!

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, Washington’s Supreme Court granted review of a petition asking whether the Legislature can enact a bill that would operate retroactively to wipe out several … ›

Summer reading list: Equal protection and discrimination

Author: Joshua Thompson In the coming weeks some of the PLF attorneys are going to blog on some books that we recommend for the summer.  While some of the books … ›

My review of The Dirty Dozen

Author: Timothy Sandefur The journal Reason Papers has published my review of Robert Levy and William Mellor's book, The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded … ›

"How to" resist eminent domain conference in So. Cal. Saturday

Author: Timothy Sandefur On Saturday, I'll be speaking at the meeting of Municipal Officials for Redevelopment Reform, California's number one resource for opposing the abuse of eminent domain. If you want to … ›

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Mark your calendars–May 4: Cal. Supreme Court argument on S.F. flouting Prop. 209

WHAT:  On May 4, 2010, oral argument will be held at the California Supreme Court, in Coral Construction v. San Francisco.  Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys represent contractors who are challenging … ›

What are transferable development rights?

Author: Luke A. Wake We all know that the Fifth Amendment protects our right to use and enjoy our property. But, that doesn't stop government regulators from trying to find innovative … ›

Can felons force states to let them vote? Ninth Circuit to rehear Farrakhan v. Gregoire

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda In an earlier post on the Liberty Blog, I described how the Ninth Circuit had ordered the parties in Farrakhan v. Gregoire to submit briefs setting forth their respective … ›

Did we say commerce? We meant tax. Oh, wait! No, we mean…

Author: Timothy Sandefur Randy Barnett has an excellent article in the Wall Street Journal about Congress' effort to change its story on where it gets the power to force us … ›

Wisconsin says, "The wolf is recovered"

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that it was filing a petition to delist the Wisconsin subpopulation of the Western Great Lakes distinct … ›

If at first you don’t succeed, change the rules!

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, Washington’s Supreme Court granted review of a petition asking whether the Legislature can enact a bill that would operate retroactively to wipe out several … ›

Summer reading list: Equal protection and discrimination

Author: Joshua Thompson In the coming weeks some of the PLF attorneys are going to blog on some books that we recommend for the summer.  While some of the books … ›

My review of The Dirty Dozen

Author: Timothy Sandefur The journal Reason Papers has published my review of Robert Levy and William Mellor's book, The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded … ›

"How to" resist eminent domain conference in So. Cal. Saturday

Author: Timothy Sandefur On Saturday, I'll be speaking at the meeting of Municipal Officials for Redevelopment Reform, California's number one resource for opposing the abuse of eminent domain. If you want to … ›

Mark your calendars–May 4: Cal. Supreme Court argument on S.F. flouting Prop. 209

WHAT:  On May 4, 2010, oral argument will be held at the California Supreme Court, in Coral Construction v. San Francisco.  Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys represent contractors who are challenging … ›

What are transferable development rights?

Author: Luke A. Wake We all know that the Fifth Amendment protects our right to use and enjoy our property. But, that doesn't stop government regulators from trying to find innovative … ›

Can felons force states to let them vote? Ninth Circuit to rehear Farrakhan v. Gregoire

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda In an earlier post on the Liberty Blog, I described how the Ninth Circuit had ordered the parties in Farrakhan v. Gregoire to submit briefs setting forth their respective … ›

Did we say commerce? We meant tax. Oh, wait! No, we mean…

Author: Timothy Sandefur Randy Barnett has an excellent article in the Wall Street Journal about Congress' effort to change its story on where it gets the power to force us … ›

Wisconsin says, "The wolf is recovered"

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that it was filing a petition to delist the Wisconsin subpopulation of the Western Great Lakes distinct … ›

If at first you don’t succeed, change the rules!

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, Washington’s Supreme Court granted review of a petition asking whether the Legislature can enact a bill that would operate retroactively to wipe out several … ›

Summer reading list: Equal protection and discrimination

Author: Joshua Thompson In the coming weeks some of the PLF attorneys are going to blog on some books that we recommend for the summer.  While some of the books … ›

My review of The Dirty Dozen

Author: Timothy Sandefur The journal Reason Papers has published my review of Robert Levy and William Mellor's book, The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded … ›

"How to" resist eminent domain conference in So. Cal. Saturday

Author: Timothy Sandefur On Saturday, I'll be speaking at the meeting of Municipal Officials for Redevelopment Reform, California's number one resource for opposing the abuse of eminent domain. If you want to … ›