Clean Water Act Guidelines still a muddle

Author: Reed Hopper The New York Times praises the Administration for proposing new Clean Water Act guidelines that the Times says will restore "vital legal safeguards" to "millions of acres … ›

Is there a doctrine of standing in California?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff That's a question that I and my colleague Joshua Thompson are seeking to answer in a draft law review article that we've just posted on the … ›

Gray wolves legislatively delisted: what's the big deal?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff When President Obama approved Congress's budget for 2011 a few weeks ago, he also signed into law a budget rider that legislatively removed most of the … ›

Consumers win as Supreme Court upholds freedom of contract

Author: Deborah J. La Fetra The United States Supreme Court today ensured that consumers will continue to be able to enter into contracts with companies to arbitrate any future disputes … ›

Controversial new habitat designation for the Beluga whale

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this month, the National Marine Fisheries Service designated about 3,000 square miles of aquatic habitat as critical habitat under the Endangered Species Act for Cook … ›

US Supreme Court hears data-mining censorship case

Author: Deborah J. La Fetra The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in ??Sorrell v. IMS Health, on the issue of whether a Vermont law that prohibits pharmacies … ›

More critical habitat proposed for the snowy plover

Author:  Damien M. Schiff As part of an unfortunate pattern, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed an expanded critical habitat designation, under the Endangered Species Act, for the … ›

Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization podcast

Author: Joshua Thompson As part of the Federalist Society's excellent SCOTUScast series, I presented a podcast on the Supreme Court's recent school choice decision in Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization … ›

Eminent domain for tax revenue apparently no reason at all

Author: Timothy Sandefur More than five years after the infamous Kelo decision, the property the city seized for development remains undeveloped; Pfizer has even announced it’s leaving town. But even … ›

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Clean Water Act Guidelines still a muddle

Author: Reed Hopper The New York Times praises the Administration for proposing new Clean Water Act guidelines that the Times says will restore "vital legal safeguards" to "millions of acres … ›

Is there a doctrine of standing in California?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff That's a question that I and my colleague Joshua Thompson are seeking to answer in a draft law review article that we've just posted on the … ›

Gray wolves legislatively delisted: what's the big deal?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff When President Obama approved Congress's budget for 2011 a few weeks ago, he also signed into law a budget rider that legislatively removed most of the … ›

Consumers win as Supreme Court upholds freedom of contract

Author: Deborah J. La Fetra The United States Supreme Court today ensured that consumers will continue to be able to enter into contracts with companies to arbitrate any future disputes … ›

Controversial new habitat designation for the Beluga whale

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this month, the National Marine Fisheries Service designated about 3,000 square miles of aquatic habitat as critical habitat under the Endangered Species Act for Cook … ›

US Supreme Court hears data-mining censorship case

Author: Deborah J. La Fetra The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in ??Sorrell v. IMS Health, on the issue of whether a Vermont law that prohibits pharmacies … ›

More critical habitat proposed for the snowy plover

Author:  Damien M. Schiff As part of an unfortunate pattern, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed an expanded critical habitat designation, under the Endangered Species Act, for the … ›

Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization podcast

Author: Joshua Thompson As part of the Federalist Society's excellent SCOTUScast series, I presented a podcast on the Supreme Court's recent school choice decision in Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization … ›

Eminent domain for tax revenue apparently no reason at all

Author: Timothy Sandefur More than five years after the infamous Kelo decision, the property the city seized for development remains undeveloped; Pfizer has even announced it’s leaving town. But even … ›

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Clean Water Act Guidelines still a muddle

Author: Reed Hopper The New York Times praises the Administration for proposing new Clean Water Act guidelines that the Times says will restore "vital legal safeguards" to "millions of acres … ›

Is there a doctrine of standing in California?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff That's a question that I and my colleague Joshua Thompson are seeking to answer in a draft law review article that we've just posted on the … ›

Gray wolves legislatively delisted: what's the big deal?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff When President Obama approved Congress's budget for 2011 a few weeks ago, he also signed into law a budget rider that legislatively removed most of the … ›

Consumers win as Supreme Court upholds freedom of contract

Author: Deborah J. La Fetra The United States Supreme Court today ensured that consumers will continue to be able to enter into contracts with companies to arbitrate any future disputes … ›

Controversial new habitat designation for the Beluga whale

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this month, the National Marine Fisheries Service designated about 3,000 square miles of aquatic habitat as critical habitat under the Endangered Species Act for Cook … ›

US Supreme Court hears data-mining censorship case

Author: Deborah J. La Fetra The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in ??Sorrell v. IMS Health, on the issue of whether a Vermont law that prohibits pharmacies … ›

More critical habitat proposed for the snowy plover

Author:  Damien M. Schiff As part of an unfortunate pattern, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed an expanded critical habitat designation, under the Endangered Species Act, for the … ›

Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization podcast

Author: Joshua Thompson As part of the Federalist Society's excellent SCOTUScast series, I presented a podcast on the Supreme Court's recent school choice decision in Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization … ›

Eminent domain for tax revenue apparently no reason at all

Author: Timothy Sandefur More than five years after the infamous Kelo decision, the property the city seized for development remains undeveloped; Pfizer has even announced it’s leaving town. But even … ›

Clean Water Act Guidelines still a muddle

Author: Reed Hopper The New York Times praises the Administration for proposing new Clean Water Act guidelines that the Times says will restore "vital legal safeguards" to "millions of acres … ›

Is there a doctrine of standing in California?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff That's a question that I and my colleague Joshua Thompson are seeking to answer in a draft law review article that we've just posted on the … ›

Gray wolves legislatively delisted: what's the big deal?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff When President Obama approved Congress's budget for 2011 a few weeks ago, he also signed into law a budget rider that legislatively removed most of the … ›

Consumers win as Supreme Court upholds freedom of contract

Author: Deborah J. La Fetra The United States Supreme Court today ensured that consumers will continue to be able to enter into contracts with companies to arbitrate any future disputes … ›

Controversial new habitat designation for the Beluga whale

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this month, the National Marine Fisheries Service designated about 3,000 square miles of aquatic habitat as critical habitat under the Endangered Species Act for Cook … ›

US Supreme Court hears data-mining censorship case

Author: Deborah J. La Fetra The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in ??Sorrell v. IMS Health, on the issue of whether a Vermont law that prohibits pharmacies … ›

More critical habitat proposed for the snowy plover

Author:  Damien M. Schiff As part of an unfortunate pattern, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed an expanded critical habitat designation, under the Endangered Species Act, for the … ›

Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization podcast

Author: Joshua Thompson As part of the Federalist Society's excellent SCOTUScast series, I presented a podcast on the Supreme Court's recent school choice decision in Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization … ›

Eminent domain for tax revenue apparently no reason at all

Author: Timothy Sandefur More than five years after the infamous Kelo decision, the property the city seized for development remains undeveloped; Pfizer has even announced it’s leaving town. But even … ›