Broken promises

Author: Reed Hopper Utah officials are not very happy with the Secretary of Interior's latest land grab.  Nor should they be.  As reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, Secretary Salazar is … ›

Some light holiday reading on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton Just in time for the New Year's holiday weekend, the Federalist Society has published my article on The Consolidated Delta Smelt Cases and The Consolidated Salmonid Cases … ›

Return of the death panels?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Wall Street Journal had an interesting oped earlier this week on the resurging "death panels" controversy.  Recall two years ago when Sarah Palin made a … ›

Alternative energy and the return of Indiana bat litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton You may recall that around this time last year a federal court in Maryland issued a controversial decision to halt a wind energy project located in West … ›

Must have basic management skills . . .

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Earlier this week, the Government Accountability Office reported that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management participated in multiple transactions involving the illegal sale or purchase of land … ›

The California Dep't of Fish and Game and regulatory overreach: not what the doctor ordered

Author: Brandon Middleton For years, ranchers in Northern California have relied upon water rights in order to provide an adequate supply of irrigation water for their crops and family businesses.  … ›

More on California court ruling upholding voting rights

Author:  Paul J. Beard II As we reported earlier this month, a California court recently ruled that a city ordinance conditioning building permits on some property owners' waiver of their constitutional … ›

Akaka Bill defeated

Author: Joshua Thompson     Earlier this month, I reported about the efforts of our friends from the Center for Equal Opportunity to defeat the Akaka Bill.  The Akaka Bill would have … ›

Movers and economic freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur Readers will remember that PLF is currently challenging the constitutionality of a Missouri law that requires moving companies to get permission from existing moving companies before going … ›

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Broken promises

Author: Reed Hopper Utah officials are not very happy with the Secretary of Interior's latest land grab.  Nor should they be.  As reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, Secretary Salazar is … ›

Some light holiday reading on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton Just in time for the New Year's holiday weekend, the Federalist Society has published my article on The Consolidated Delta Smelt Cases and The Consolidated Salmonid Cases … ›

Return of the death panels?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Wall Street Journal had an interesting oped earlier this week on the resurging "death panels" controversy.  Recall two years ago when Sarah Palin made a … ›

Alternative energy and the return of Indiana bat litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton You may recall that around this time last year a federal court in Maryland issued a controversial decision to halt a wind energy project located in West … ›

Must have basic management skills . . .

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Earlier this week, the Government Accountability Office reported that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management participated in multiple transactions involving the illegal sale or purchase of land … ›

The California Dep't of Fish and Game and regulatory overreach: not what the doctor ordered

Author: Brandon Middleton For years, ranchers in Northern California have relied upon water rights in order to provide an adequate supply of irrigation water for their crops and family businesses.  … ›

More on California court ruling upholding voting rights

Author:  Paul J. Beard II As we reported earlier this month, a California court recently ruled that a city ordinance conditioning building permits on some property owners' waiver of their constitutional … ›

Akaka Bill defeated

Author: Joshua Thompson     Earlier this month, I reported about the efforts of our friends from the Center for Equal Opportunity to defeat the Akaka Bill.  The Akaka Bill would have … ›

Movers and economic freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur Readers will remember that PLF is currently challenging the constitutionality of a Missouri law that requires moving companies to get permission from existing moving companies before going … ›

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Broken promises

Author: Reed Hopper Utah officials are not very happy with the Secretary of Interior's latest land grab.  Nor should they be.  As reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, Secretary Salazar is … ›

Some light holiday reading on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton Just in time for the New Year's holiday weekend, the Federalist Society has published my article on The Consolidated Delta Smelt Cases and The Consolidated Salmonid Cases … ›

Return of the death panels?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Wall Street Journal had an interesting oped earlier this week on the resurging "death panels" controversy.  Recall two years ago when Sarah Palin made a … ›

Alternative energy and the return of Indiana bat litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton You may recall that around this time last year a federal court in Maryland issued a controversial decision to halt a wind energy project located in West … ›

Must have basic management skills . . .

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Earlier this week, the Government Accountability Office reported that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management participated in multiple transactions involving the illegal sale or purchase of land … ›

The California Dep't of Fish and Game and regulatory overreach: not what the doctor ordered

Author: Brandon Middleton For years, ranchers in Northern California have relied upon water rights in order to provide an adequate supply of irrigation water for their crops and family businesses.  … ›

More on California court ruling upholding voting rights

Author:  Paul J. Beard II As we reported earlier this month, a California court recently ruled that a city ordinance conditioning building permits on some property owners' waiver of their constitutional … ›

Akaka Bill defeated

Author: Joshua Thompson     Earlier this month, I reported about the efforts of our friends from the Center for Equal Opportunity to defeat the Akaka Bill.  The Akaka Bill would have … ›

Movers and economic freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur Readers will remember that PLF is currently challenging the constitutionality of a Missouri law that requires moving companies to get permission from existing moving companies before going … ›

Broken promises

Author: Reed Hopper Utah officials are not very happy with the Secretary of Interior's latest land grab.  Nor should they be.  As reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, Secretary Salazar is … ›

Some light holiday reading on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton Just in time for the New Year's holiday weekend, the Federalist Society has published my article on The Consolidated Delta Smelt Cases and The Consolidated Salmonid Cases … ›

Return of the death panels?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The Wall Street Journal had an interesting oped earlier this week on the resurging "death panels" controversy.  Recall two years ago when Sarah Palin made a … ›

Alternative energy and the return of Indiana bat litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton You may recall that around this time last year a federal court in Maryland issued a controversial decision to halt a wind energy project located in West … ›

Must have basic management skills . . .

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Earlier this week, the Government Accountability Office reported that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management participated in multiple transactions involving the illegal sale or purchase of land … ›

The California Dep't of Fish and Game and regulatory overreach: not what the doctor ordered

Author: Brandon Middleton For years, ranchers in Northern California have relied upon water rights in order to provide an adequate supply of irrigation water for their crops and family businesses.  … ›

More on California court ruling upholding voting rights

Author:  Paul J. Beard II As we reported earlier this month, a California court recently ruled that a city ordinance conditioning building permits on some property owners' waiver of their constitutional … ›

Akaka Bill defeated

Author: Joshua Thompson     Earlier this month, I reported about the efforts of our friends from the Center for Equal Opportunity to defeat the Akaka Bill.  The Akaka Bill would have … ›

Movers and economic freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur Readers will remember that PLF is currently challenging the constitutionality of a Missouri law that requires moving companies to get permission from existing moving companies before going … ›