Extinction false alarms?

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Mail Online is running this story, which highlights a new study that found "a third of all mammal species declared extinct in the past few centuries have … ›

PLF on the radio: reclassifying the wood stork

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF principal attorney Reed Hopper will be interviewed on Fox News Radio (Ft. Myers 92.5 FM) at 8:30 a.m. EST on Friday, October 1st. Reed will discuss PLF's … ›

Washington Supreme Court limits inverse condemnation defenses

Author: Brian T. Hodges  Earlier this month, Washington’s Supreme Court issued its long-awaited inverse condemnation decision in Fitzpatrick v. Okanogan County.  The case arose from a joint state/local project to … ›

Leave no doubt about where you stand!

Pacific Legal Foundation is pleased to announce its new "NO to Government Mandated Health Care" bumper stickers and t-shirts! PLF is currently litigating against the national health care mandate on … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service infighting

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week's New York Times Greenwire had an interesting article on Benjamin Tuggle, the Service's Southwest Regional Director.  Mr. Tuggle's tenure has been controversial for a … ›

Farmers dodge a bullet!

Author: Reed Hopper For decades, the Corps of Engineers has exempted from federal regulation so called prior converted croplands.  These are wetlands that have been put to agricultural use prior … ›

The largest class action lawsuit in history

Author: Timothy Sandefur …is Dukes v. Wal-Mart, a discrimination case in which the class of plaintiffs is larger than the entire United States military. The class is made up of … ›

Muggery or skullduggery? How Oregon takes your money without “taking” it

Author: Brian T. Hodges Imagine, if you will, a criminal defendant on trial for robbery.  In his defense, the mugger argues that when he pointed a pistol at Joe citizen’s … ›

Briefing congressional staff about economic freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur The video of the Capitol Hill Briefing that I and Cato's Ilya Shapiro participated in last week is now online. I discuss the history of economic liberty and … ›

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Extinction false alarms?

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Mail Online is running this story, which highlights a new study that found "a third of all mammal species declared extinct in the past few centuries have … ›

PLF on the radio: reclassifying the wood stork

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF principal attorney Reed Hopper will be interviewed on Fox News Radio (Ft. Myers 92.5 FM) at 8:30 a.m. EST on Friday, October 1st. Reed will discuss PLF's … ›

Washington Supreme Court limits inverse condemnation defenses

Author: Brian T. Hodges  Earlier this month, Washington’s Supreme Court issued its long-awaited inverse condemnation decision in Fitzpatrick v. Okanogan County.  The case arose from a joint state/local project to … ›

Leave no doubt about where you stand!

Pacific Legal Foundation is pleased to announce its new "NO to Government Mandated Health Care" bumper stickers and t-shirts! PLF is currently litigating against the national health care mandate on … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service infighting

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week's New York Times Greenwire had an interesting article on Benjamin Tuggle, the Service's Southwest Regional Director.  Mr. Tuggle's tenure has been controversial for a … ›

Farmers dodge a bullet!

Author: Reed Hopper For decades, the Corps of Engineers has exempted from federal regulation so called prior converted croplands.  These are wetlands that have been put to agricultural use prior … ›

The largest class action lawsuit in history

Author: Timothy Sandefur …is Dukes v. Wal-Mart, a discrimination case in which the class of plaintiffs is larger than the entire United States military. The class is made up of … ›

Muggery or skullduggery? How Oregon takes your money without “taking” it

Author: Brian T. Hodges Imagine, if you will, a criminal defendant on trial for robbery.  In his defense, the mugger argues that when he pointed a pistol at Joe citizen’s … ›

Briefing congressional staff about economic freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur The video of the Capitol Hill Briefing that I and Cato's Ilya Shapiro participated in last week is now online. I discuss the history of economic liberty and … ›

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Extinction false alarms?

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Mail Online is running this story, which highlights a new study that found "a third of all mammal species declared extinct in the past few centuries have … ›

PLF on the radio: reclassifying the wood stork

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF principal attorney Reed Hopper will be interviewed on Fox News Radio (Ft. Myers 92.5 FM) at 8:30 a.m. EST on Friday, October 1st. Reed will discuss PLF's … ›

Washington Supreme Court limits inverse condemnation defenses

Author: Brian T. Hodges  Earlier this month, Washington’s Supreme Court issued its long-awaited inverse condemnation decision in Fitzpatrick v. Okanogan County.  The case arose from a joint state/local project to … ›

Leave no doubt about where you stand!

Pacific Legal Foundation is pleased to announce its new "NO to Government Mandated Health Care" bumper stickers and t-shirts! PLF is currently litigating against the national health care mandate on … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service infighting

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week's New York Times Greenwire had an interesting article on Benjamin Tuggle, the Service's Southwest Regional Director.  Mr. Tuggle's tenure has been controversial for a … ›

Farmers dodge a bullet!

Author: Reed Hopper For decades, the Corps of Engineers has exempted from federal regulation so called prior converted croplands.  These are wetlands that have been put to agricultural use prior … ›

The largest class action lawsuit in history

Author: Timothy Sandefur …is Dukes v. Wal-Mart, a discrimination case in which the class of plaintiffs is larger than the entire United States military. The class is made up of … ›

Muggery or skullduggery? How Oregon takes your money without “taking” it

Author: Brian T. Hodges Imagine, if you will, a criminal defendant on trial for robbery.  In his defense, the mugger argues that when he pointed a pistol at Joe citizen’s … ›

Briefing congressional staff about economic freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur The video of the Capitol Hill Briefing that I and Cato's Ilya Shapiro participated in last week is now online. I discuss the history of economic liberty and … ›

Extinction false alarms?

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Mail Online is running this story, which highlights a new study that found "a third of all mammal species declared extinct in the past few centuries have … ›

PLF on the radio: reclassifying the wood stork

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF principal attorney Reed Hopper will be interviewed on Fox News Radio (Ft. Myers 92.5 FM) at 8:30 a.m. EST on Friday, October 1st. Reed will discuss PLF's … ›

Washington Supreme Court limits inverse condemnation defenses

Author: Brian T. Hodges  Earlier this month, Washington’s Supreme Court issued its long-awaited inverse condemnation decision in Fitzpatrick v. Okanogan County.  The case arose from a joint state/local project to … ›

Leave no doubt about where you stand!

Pacific Legal Foundation is pleased to announce its new "NO to Government Mandated Health Care" bumper stickers and t-shirts! PLF is currently litigating against the national health care mandate on … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service infighting

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week's New York Times Greenwire had an interesting article on Benjamin Tuggle, the Service's Southwest Regional Director.  Mr. Tuggle's tenure has been controversial for a … ›

Farmers dodge a bullet!

Author: Reed Hopper For decades, the Corps of Engineers has exempted from federal regulation so called prior converted croplands.  These are wetlands that have been put to agricultural use prior … ›

The largest class action lawsuit in history

Author: Timothy Sandefur …is Dukes v. Wal-Mart, a discrimination case in which the class of plaintiffs is larger than the entire United States military. The class is made up of … ›

Muggery or skullduggery? How Oregon takes your money without “taking” it

Author: Brian T. Hodges Imagine, if you will, a criminal defendant on trial for robbery.  In his defense, the mugger argues that when he pointed a pistol at Joe citizen’s … ›

Briefing congressional staff about economic freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur The video of the Capitol Hill Briefing that I and Cato's Ilya Shapiro participated in last week is now online. I discuss the history of economic liberty and … ›