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Pres. Obama: the Individual Mandate is not a tax

It’s very revealing that, five months after the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision, President Obama himself still does not endorse the decision that supposedly upheld the constitutionality of the law. Ever … ›

The Laurel Park opinion: more than meets the eye?

Earlier this week, the Ninth Circuit held that the City of Tumwater, Washington, did not commit a taking when it enacted two ordinances which prohibit six manufactured home park owners … ›

Why the Hettinga case is important

Reason’s Damon Root, Instapundit’s Elizabeth Foley, and the Yuma Sun explain why our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States is so important. The case is about more than the … ›

Fighting to protect Washington's small family farms

Yesterday, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief in support of Washington’s small family farms in the case, Whidbey Environmental Action Network v. Western Washington Growth Management Hearings Board.  At issue … ›

40 years of inadequate protection of property rights under the Clean Water Act

October 18th was the 40th anniversary of the Clean Water Act.  PLF has accomplished a great deal in ensuring that the CWA is enforced in a reasonable manner, including securing … ›

Students For Liberty Northern California Regional Conference this Saturday

Just a reminder that the Students For Liberty Northern California Regional Conference is this Saturday, November 3rd, at the University of California at Berkeley. I will be the master of … ›

Supreme Court asks for U.S. Solicitor General's brief in disparate impact case

Today the Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General to provide the government’s views on whether the federal Fair Housing Act encompasses disparate impact claims.  The Court had agreed to … ›

President's weekly report — October 26, 2012

This week has been marked by our work on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s regulation of endangered species — regulation that is often too harsh and, more importantly, in violation … ›

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Happy Hallowe'en, everyone!

Jack O’Lantern by Christina M. Martin, esq.

Pres. Obama: the Individual Mandate is not a tax

It’s very revealing that, five months after the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision, President Obama himself still does not endorse the decision that supposedly upheld the constitutionality of the law. Ever … ›

The Laurel Park opinion: more than meets the eye?

Earlier this week, the Ninth Circuit held that the City of Tumwater, Washington, did not commit a taking when it enacted two ordinances which prohibit six manufactured home park owners … ›

Why the Hettinga case is important

Reason’s Damon Root, Instapundit’s Elizabeth Foley, and the Yuma Sun explain why our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States is so important. The case is about more than the … ›

Fighting to protect Washington's small family farms

Yesterday, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief in support of Washington’s small family farms in the case, Whidbey Environmental Action Network v. Western Washington Growth Management Hearings Board.  At issue … ›

40 years of inadequate protection of property rights under the Clean Water Act

October 18th was the 40th anniversary of the Clean Water Act.  PLF has accomplished a great deal in ensuring that the CWA is enforced in a reasonable manner, including securing … ›

Students For Liberty Northern California Regional Conference this Saturday

Just a reminder that the Students For Liberty Northern California Regional Conference is this Saturday, November 3rd, at the University of California at Berkeley. I will be the master of … ›

Supreme Court asks for U.S. Solicitor General's brief in disparate impact case

Today the Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General to provide the government’s views on whether the federal Fair Housing Act encompasses disparate impact claims.  The Court had agreed to … ›

President's weekly report — October 26, 2012

This week has been marked by our work on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s regulation of endangered species — regulation that is often too harsh and, more importantly, in violation … ›

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Happy Hallowe'en, everyone!

Jack O’Lantern by Christina M. Martin, esq.

Pres. Obama: the Individual Mandate is not a tax

It’s very revealing that, five months after the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision, President Obama himself still does not endorse the decision that supposedly upheld the constitutionality of the law. Ever … ›

The Laurel Park opinion: more than meets the eye?

Earlier this week, the Ninth Circuit held that the City of Tumwater, Washington, did not commit a taking when it enacted two ordinances which prohibit six manufactured home park owners … ›

Why the Hettinga case is important

Reason’s Damon Root, Instapundit’s Elizabeth Foley, and the Yuma Sun explain why our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States is so important. The case is about more than the … ›

Fighting to protect Washington's small family farms

Yesterday, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief in support of Washington’s small family farms in the case, Whidbey Environmental Action Network v. Western Washington Growth Management Hearings Board.  At issue … ›

40 years of inadequate protection of property rights under the Clean Water Act

October 18th was the 40th anniversary of the Clean Water Act.  PLF has accomplished a great deal in ensuring that the CWA is enforced in a reasonable manner, including securing … ›

Students For Liberty Northern California Regional Conference this Saturday

Just a reminder that the Students For Liberty Northern California Regional Conference is this Saturday, November 3rd, at the University of California at Berkeley. I will be the master of … ›

Supreme Court asks for U.S. Solicitor General's brief in disparate impact case

Today the Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General to provide the government’s views on whether the federal Fair Housing Act encompasses disparate impact claims.  The Court had agreed to … ›

President's weekly report — October 26, 2012

This week has been marked by our work on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s regulation of endangered species — regulation that is often too harsh and, more importantly, in violation … ›

Happy Hallowe'en, everyone!

Jack O’Lantern by Christina M. Martin, esq.

Pres. Obama: the Individual Mandate is not a tax

It’s very revealing that, five months after the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision, President Obama himself still does not endorse the decision that supposedly upheld the constitutionality of the law. Ever … ›

The Laurel Park opinion: more than meets the eye?

Earlier this week, the Ninth Circuit held that the City of Tumwater, Washington, did not commit a taking when it enacted two ordinances which prohibit six manufactured home park owners … ›

Why the Hettinga case is important

Reason’s Damon Root, Instapundit’s Elizabeth Foley, and the Yuma Sun explain why our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States is so important. The case is about more than the … ›

Fighting to protect Washington's small family farms

Yesterday, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief in support of Washington’s small family farms in the case, Whidbey Environmental Action Network v. Western Washington Growth Management Hearings Board.  At issue … ›

40 years of inadequate protection of property rights under the Clean Water Act

October 18th was the 40th anniversary of the Clean Water Act.  PLF has accomplished a great deal in ensuring that the CWA is enforced in a reasonable manner, including securing … ›

Students For Liberty Northern California Regional Conference this Saturday

Just a reminder that the Students For Liberty Northern California Regional Conference is this Saturday, November 3rd, at the University of California at Berkeley. I will be the master of … ›

Supreme Court asks for U.S. Solicitor General's brief in disparate impact case

Today the Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General to provide the government’s views on whether the federal Fair Housing Act encompasses disparate impact claims.  The Court had agreed to … ›

President's weekly report — October 26, 2012

This week has been marked by our work on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s regulation of endangered species — regulation that is often too harsh and, more importantly, in violation … ›