PLF Victory! Texas Supreme Court strikes down the state’s “rolling easement” land grab—again

Today, the Texas Supreme Court issued its long-awaited final ruling on the legality of that state’s policy of “rolling easements”—i.e., transforming private land into a public beach whenever a storm … ›

Beached Again!

Ruling today in Pacific Legal Foundation’s case of Severance v. Patterson, the Texas Supreme Court once again rejected the state’s claim that government can gain control of private beachfront land … ›

A brief recap of the Obamacare arguments

This morning I spoke with Garret Lewis of KNST Tucson about this week’s oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here. My interview begins about 35:00.

EPA gets slammed . . . again!

No, I’m not talking about the Sackett decision wherein a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court hammered the EPA for its complete disregard for the rights of citizens to challenge the agency’s … ›

PLF prepares to sue over government's failure to review ESA petition

PLF attorneys sent a letter to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today, notifying the agency that we are preparing to sue it for failing to make a required finding … ›

Sacramento Bee profiles PLF attorney Damien Schiff

My colleague Damien Schiff is too modest to mention it, but the Sacramento Bee has a very nice feature about him and his victory in Sackett v. EPA.

Shady tactics from Cal. Dept. of Fish and Game

It seems that landowners in the Russian River watershed are being threatened over alleged non-compliance with frost regulations that were approved in late December 2011 by the State Water Resources … ›

Obamacare at the Supreme Court this week

It’s been an amazing week, attending the three days of oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. I appeared on Armstrong & Getty, the Chris Daniel Show, and John & Ken, … ›

Polar Bears — back in court!

Yesterday, we filed our joint opening brief in the Court of Appeals challenging the listing of the polar bear as a “threatened” species. In May, 2008, the U.S. Fish and … ›

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PLF Victory! Texas Supreme Court strikes down the state’s “rolling easement” land grab—again

Today, the Texas Supreme Court issued its long-awaited final ruling on the legality of that state’s policy of “rolling easements”—i.e., transforming private land into a public beach whenever a storm … ›

Beached Again!

Ruling today in Pacific Legal Foundation’s case of Severance v. Patterson, the Texas Supreme Court once again rejected the state’s claim that government can gain control of private beachfront land … ›

A brief recap of the Obamacare arguments

This morning I spoke with Garret Lewis of KNST Tucson about this week’s oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here. My interview begins about 35:00.

EPA gets slammed . . . again!

No, I’m not talking about the Sackett decision wherein a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court hammered the EPA for its complete disregard for the rights of citizens to challenge the agency’s … ›

PLF prepares to sue over government's failure to review ESA petition

PLF attorneys sent a letter to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today, notifying the agency that we are preparing to sue it for failing to make a required finding … ›

Sacramento Bee profiles PLF attorney Damien Schiff

My colleague Damien Schiff is too modest to mention it, but the Sacramento Bee has a very nice feature about him and his victory in Sackett v. EPA.

Shady tactics from Cal. Dept. of Fish and Game

It seems that landowners in the Russian River watershed are being threatened over alleged non-compliance with frost regulations that were approved in late December 2011 by the State Water Resources … ›

Obamacare at the Supreme Court this week

It’s been an amazing week, attending the three days of oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. I appeared on Armstrong & Getty, the Chris Daniel Show, and John & Ken, … ›

Polar Bears — back in court!

Yesterday, we filed our joint opening brief in the Court of Appeals challenging the listing of the polar bear as a “threatened” species. In May, 2008, the U.S. Fish and … ›

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PLF Victory! Texas Supreme Court strikes down the state’s “rolling easement” land grab—again

Today, the Texas Supreme Court issued its long-awaited final ruling on the legality of that state’s policy of “rolling easements”—i.e., transforming private land into a public beach whenever a storm … ›

Beached Again!

Ruling today in Pacific Legal Foundation’s case of Severance v. Patterson, the Texas Supreme Court once again rejected the state’s claim that government can gain control of private beachfront land … ›

A brief recap of the Obamacare arguments

This morning I spoke with Garret Lewis of KNST Tucson about this week’s oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here. My interview begins about 35:00.

EPA gets slammed . . . again!

No, I’m not talking about the Sackett decision wherein a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court hammered the EPA for its complete disregard for the rights of citizens to challenge the agency’s … ›

PLF prepares to sue over government's failure to review ESA petition

PLF attorneys sent a letter to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today, notifying the agency that we are preparing to sue it for failing to make a required finding … ›

Sacramento Bee profiles PLF attorney Damien Schiff

My colleague Damien Schiff is too modest to mention it, but the Sacramento Bee has a very nice feature about him and his victory in Sackett v. EPA.

Shady tactics from Cal. Dept. of Fish and Game

It seems that landowners in the Russian River watershed are being threatened over alleged non-compliance with frost regulations that were approved in late December 2011 by the State Water Resources … ›

Obamacare at the Supreme Court this week

It’s been an amazing week, attending the three days of oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. I appeared on Armstrong & Getty, the Chris Daniel Show, and John & Ken, … ›

Polar Bears — back in court!

Yesterday, we filed our joint opening brief in the Court of Appeals challenging the listing of the polar bear as a “threatened” species. In May, 2008, the U.S. Fish and … ›

PLF Victory! Texas Supreme Court strikes down the state’s “rolling easement” land grab—again

Today, the Texas Supreme Court issued its long-awaited final ruling on the legality of that state’s policy of “rolling easements”—i.e., transforming private land into a public beach whenever a storm … ›

Beached Again!

Ruling today in Pacific Legal Foundation’s case of Severance v. Patterson, the Texas Supreme Court once again rejected the state’s claim that government can gain control of private beachfront land … ›

A brief recap of the Obamacare arguments

This morning I spoke with Garret Lewis of KNST Tucson about this week’s oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here. My interview begins about 35:00.

EPA gets slammed . . . again!

No, I’m not talking about the Sackett decision wherein a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court hammered the EPA for its complete disregard for the rights of citizens to challenge the agency’s … ›

PLF prepares to sue over government's failure to review ESA petition

PLF attorneys sent a letter to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today, notifying the agency that we are preparing to sue it for failing to make a required finding … ›

Sacramento Bee profiles PLF attorney Damien Schiff

My colleague Damien Schiff is too modest to mention it, but the Sacramento Bee has a very nice feature about him and his victory in Sackett v. EPA.

Shady tactics from Cal. Dept. of Fish and Game

It seems that landowners in the Russian River watershed are being threatened over alleged non-compliance with frost regulations that were approved in late December 2011 by the State Water Resources … ›

Obamacare at the Supreme Court this week

It’s been an amazing week, attending the three days of oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. I appeared on Armstrong & Getty, the Chris Daniel Show, and John & Ken, … ›

Polar Bears — back in court!

Yesterday, we filed our joint opening brief in the Court of Appeals challenging the listing of the polar bear as a “threatened” species. In May, 2008, the U.S. Fish and … ›