The Endangered Species Act can run from the Constitution, but it can't hide

Author: Brandon Middleton Looks like the greenies are having a nice little field day in response to the Supreme Court's decision not to review PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to the … ›

Obamacare: PLF urges Supreme Court to address federal spending issues

Author: Timothy Sandefur This morning, Pacific Legal Foundation joined our Claremont Institute friends to file this brief in support of Florida’s challenge to the constitutionality of the Obama Administration’s health … ›

Supreme Court declines to review constitutionality of delta smelt regs

Author: Brandon Middleton This morning the Supreme Court issued an order declining to review Stewart & Jasper Orchards v. Salazar, PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to federal delta smelt restrictions.  More … ›

Obamacare…unrepealable?

Author: Timothy Sandefur Chapman University law professor Ronald Rotunda explores the purportedly un-reversible provision of Obamacare that establishes a board of Platonic Guardians to oversee Medicare. You can read more … ›

Holiday gifts for the constitutional bookworm in your family

Author: Timothy Sandefur If you’re looking for a little something for that friend or family member who’s interested in the Constitution and its relevance today, you might consider picking up … ›

PLF op-ed on the Fisher case

Author: Joshua Thompson Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle, PLF principal attorney Sharon Browne, and Center for Equal Opportunity President Roger Clegg authored this op-ed.  Here's a snippet: The Constitution, properly … ›

"How did the tiny delta smelt end up before the U.S. Supreme Court…?"

Author: Brandon Middleton So asks the Romberg Tiburon Center in its latest report.  A rhetorical question perhaps, but with an easy enough answer! Incidentally, we may know by next week … ›

KGO's Bill Wattenburg speaks up for Sacketts, Sterlings, and PLF!

Bill Wattenburg, host of a radio show on San Francisco's KGO Newstalk AM810, was discussing the threats that government bureaucracies present to our freedoms on his show last week.  He … ›

Supreme Court calls for response from Florida in interior-design case

Author: Timothy Sandefur The U.S. Supreme Court has called for the state of Florida to respond to the petition for certiorari in Locke v. Shore, the Florida interior design case … ›

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The Endangered Species Act can run from the Constitution, but it can't hide

Author: Brandon Middleton Looks like the greenies are having a nice little field day in response to the Supreme Court's decision not to review PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to the … ›

Obamacare: PLF urges Supreme Court to address federal spending issues

Author: Timothy Sandefur This morning, Pacific Legal Foundation joined our Claremont Institute friends to file this brief in support of Florida’s challenge to the constitutionality of the Obama Administration’s health … ›

Supreme Court declines to review constitutionality of delta smelt regs

Author: Brandon Middleton This morning the Supreme Court issued an order declining to review Stewart & Jasper Orchards v. Salazar, PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to federal delta smelt restrictions.  More … ›

Obamacare…unrepealable?

Author: Timothy Sandefur Chapman University law professor Ronald Rotunda explores the purportedly un-reversible provision of Obamacare that establishes a board of Platonic Guardians to oversee Medicare. You can read more … ›

Holiday gifts for the constitutional bookworm in your family

Author: Timothy Sandefur If you’re looking for a little something for that friend or family member who’s interested in the Constitution and its relevance today, you might consider picking up … ›

PLF op-ed on the Fisher case

Author: Joshua Thompson Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle, PLF principal attorney Sharon Browne, and Center for Equal Opportunity President Roger Clegg authored this op-ed.  Here's a snippet: The Constitution, properly … ›

"How did the tiny delta smelt end up before the U.S. Supreme Court…?"

Author: Brandon Middleton So asks the Romberg Tiburon Center in its latest report.  A rhetorical question perhaps, but with an easy enough answer! Incidentally, we may know by next week … ›

KGO's Bill Wattenburg speaks up for Sacketts, Sterlings, and PLF!

Bill Wattenburg, host of a radio show on San Francisco's KGO Newstalk AM810, was discussing the threats that government bureaucracies present to our freedoms on his show last week.  He … ›

Supreme Court calls for response from Florida in interior-design case

Author: Timothy Sandefur The U.S. Supreme Court has called for the state of Florida to respond to the petition for certiorari in Locke v. Shore, the Florida interior design case … ›

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The Endangered Species Act can run from the Constitution, but it can't hide

Author: Brandon Middleton Looks like the greenies are having a nice little field day in response to the Supreme Court's decision not to review PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to the … ›

Obamacare: PLF urges Supreme Court to address federal spending issues

Author: Timothy Sandefur This morning, Pacific Legal Foundation joined our Claremont Institute friends to file this brief in support of Florida’s challenge to the constitutionality of the Obama Administration’s health … ›

Supreme Court declines to review constitutionality of delta smelt regs

Author: Brandon Middleton This morning the Supreme Court issued an order declining to review Stewart & Jasper Orchards v. Salazar, PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to federal delta smelt restrictions.  More … ›

Obamacare…unrepealable?

Author: Timothy Sandefur Chapman University law professor Ronald Rotunda explores the purportedly un-reversible provision of Obamacare that establishes a board of Platonic Guardians to oversee Medicare. You can read more … ›

Holiday gifts for the constitutional bookworm in your family

Author: Timothy Sandefur If you’re looking for a little something for that friend or family member who’s interested in the Constitution and its relevance today, you might consider picking up … ›

PLF op-ed on the Fisher case

Author: Joshua Thompson Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle, PLF principal attorney Sharon Browne, and Center for Equal Opportunity President Roger Clegg authored this op-ed.  Here's a snippet: The Constitution, properly … ›

"How did the tiny delta smelt end up before the U.S. Supreme Court…?"

Author: Brandon Middleton So asks the Romberg Tiburon Center in its latest report.  A rhetorical question perhaps, but with an easy enough answer! Incidentally, we may know by next week … ›

KGO's Bill Wattenburg speaks up for Sacketts, Sterlings, and PLF!

Bill Wattenburg, host of a radio show on San Francisco's KGO Newstalk AM810, was discussing the threats that government bureaucracies present to our freedoms on his show last week.  He … ›

Supreme Court calls for response from Florida in interior-design case

Author: Timothy Sandefur The U.S. Supreme Court has called for the state of Florida to respond to the petition for certiorari in Locke v. Shore, the Florida interior design case … ›

The Endangered Species Act can run from the Constitution, but it can't hide

Author: Brandon Middleton Looks like the greenies are having a nice little field day in response to the Supreme Court's decision not to review PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to the … ›

Obamacare: PLF urges Supreme Court to address federal spending issues

Author: Timothy Sandefur This morning, Pacific Legal Foundation joined our Claremont Institute friends to file this brief in support of Florida’s challenge to the constitutionality of the Obama Administration’s health … ›

Supreme Court declines to review constitutionality of delta smelt regs

Author: Brandon Middleton This morning the Supreme Court issued an order declining to review Stewart & Jasper Orchards v. Salazar, PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to federal delta smelt restrictions.  More … ›

Obamacare…unrepealable?

Author: Timothy Sandefur Chapman University law professor Ronald Rotunda explores the purportedly un-reversible provision of Obamacare that establishes a board of Platonic Guardians to oversee Medicare. You can read more … ›

Holiday gifts for the constitutional bookworm in your family

Author: Timothy Sandefur If you’re looking for a little something for that friend or family member who’s interested in the Constitution and its relevance today, you might consider picking up … ›

PLF op-ed on the Fisher case

Author: Joshua Thompson Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle, PLF principal attorney Sharon Browne, and Center for Equal Opportunity President Roger Clegg authored this op-ed.  Here's a snippet: The Constitution, properly … ›

"How did the tiny delta smelt end up before the U.S. Supreme Court…?"

Author: Brandon Middleton So asks the Romberg Tiburon Center in its latest report.  A rhetorical question perhaps, but with an easy enough answer! Incidentally, we may know by next week … ›

KGO's Bill Wattenburg speaks up for Sacketts, Sterlings, and PLF!

Bill Wattenburg, host of a radio show on San Francisco's KGO Newstalk AM810, was discussing the threats that government bureaucracies present to our freedoms on his show last week.  He … ›

Supreme Court calls for response from Florida in interior-design case

Author: Timothy Sandefur The U.S. Supreme Court has called for the state of Florida to respond to the petition for certiorari in Locke v. Shore, the Florida interior design case … ›