President's weekly report — June 28, 2013

We had an incredible week.  Here is a short summary: Property Rights – Unlawful Exactions We had what can only be described as a stunning victory in Koontz v. St. … ›

Setting the record straight on Pepin

An editorial in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, discussing Pepin v. Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, accuses shadowy “[d]evelopment forces” of attempting to weaken Massachusetts Endangered Species Act (MESA) and … ›

Court throws out Maurice Underwood’s case—PLF will fight on for the right to earn a living

I’m saddened to report that a federal judge in Reno yesterday dismissed Maurice Underwood’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nevada’s licensing law for moving companies. That law—the most anti-competitive licensing … ›

SCOTUS to hear Clean Air Act case

Following last week’s dismissal of United States Forest Service v. Pacific Rivers Council, the Supreme Court had no environmental law case on its docket for next term.  That changed on … ›

Hollingsworth v. Perry : Supreme Court rules citizens can't "stand" in the way of politicians who ignore the law

Regardless of readers’ specific views on Prop. 8, today the Court decided an important question about standing — and it got it wrong.  Hollingsworth v. Perry will have serious repercussions … ›

St. Louis license requirement has street performers singing the blues

The Missouri Watchdog had this article yesterday about the lawsuit challenging St. Louis’ requirement that street performers audition before a city official before they can get licenses to perform. We … ›

PLF's Official Statement on Hollingsworth v. Perry, the Supreme Court's Prop. 8 case

Although Pacific Legal Foundation takes no position on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, PLF submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court solely on the issue of standing.  PLF … ›

Does Koontz also blow holes in Williamson County?

Yesterday, Pacific Legal Foundation scored a huge victory for property rights when the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion favoring the property owner in Koontz v. St. Johns River … ›

Moving-firm law hurts competition

The Lexington Herald-Leader had an editorial yesterday urging Kentucky lawmakers to repeal the state’s anti-competitive licensing law for moving companies, and focusing on our lawsuit on behalf of Raleigh Bruner. … ›

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President's weekly report — June 28, 2013

We had an incredible week.  Here is a short summary: Property Rights – Unlawful Exactions We had what can only be described as a stunning victory in Koontz v. St. … ›

Setting the record straight on Pepin

An editorial in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, discussing Pepin v. Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, accuses shadowy “[d]evelopment forces” of attempting to weaken Massachusetts Endangered Species Act (MESA) and … ›

Court throws out Maurice Underwood’s case—PLF will fight on for the right to earn a living

I’m saddened to report that a federal judge in Reno yesterday dismissed Maurice Underwood’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nevada’s licensing law for moving companies. That law—the most anti-competitive licensing … ›

SCOTUS to hear Clean Air Act case

Following last week’s dismissal of United States Forest Service v. Pacific Rivers Council, the Supreme Court had no environmental law case on its docket for next term.  That changed on … ›

Hollingsworth v. Perry : Supreme Court rules citizens can't "stand" in the way of politicians who ignore the law

Regardless of readers’ specific views on Prop. 8, today the Court decided an important question about standing — and it got it wrong.  Hollingsworth v. Perry will have serious repercussions … ›

St. Louis license requirement has street performers singing the blues

The Missouri Watchdog had this article yesterday about the lawsuit challenging St. Louis’ requirement that street performers audition before a city official before they can get licenses to perform. We … ›

PLF's Official Statement on Hollingsworth v. Perry, the Supreme Court's Prop. 8 case

Although Pacific Legal Foundation takes no position on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, PLF submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court solely on the issue of standing.  PLF … ›

Does Koontz also blow holes in Williamson County?

Yesterday, Pacific Legal Foundation scored a huge victory for property rights when the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion favoring the property owner in Koontz v. St. Johns River … ›

Moving-firm law hurts competition

The Lexington Herald-Leader had an editorial yesterday urging Kentucky lawmakers to repeal the state’s anti-competitive licensing law for moving companies, and focusing on our lawsuit on behalf of Raleigh Bruner. … ›

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President's weekly report — June 28, 2013

We had an incredible week.  Here is a short summary: Property Rights – Unlawful Exactions We had what can only be described as a stunning victory in Koontz v. St. … ›

Setting the record straight on Pepin

An editorial in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, discussing Pepin v. Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, accuses shadowy “[d]evelopment forces” of attempting to weaken Massachusetts Endangered Species Act (MESA) and … ›

Court throws out Maurice Underwood’s case—PLF will fight on for the right to earn a living

I’m saddened to report that a federal judge in Reno yesterday dismissed Maurice Underwood’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nevada’s licensing law for moving companies. That law—the most anti-competitive licensing … ›

SCOTUS to hear Clean Air Act case

Following last week’s dismissal of United States Forest Service v. Pacific Rivers Council, the Supreme Court had no environmental law case on its docket for next term.  That changed on … ›

Hollingsworth v. Perry : Supreme Court rules citizens can't "stand" in the way of politicians who ignore the law

Regardless of readers’ specific views on Prop. 8, today the Court decided an important question about standing — and it got it wrong.  Hollingsworth v. Perry will have serious repercussions … ›

St. Louis license requirement has street performers singing the blues

The Missouri Watchdog had this article yesterday about the lawsuit challenging St. Louis’ requirement that street performers audition before a city official before they can get licenses to perform. We … ›

PLF's Official Statement on Hollingsworth v. Perry, the Supreme Court's Prop. 8 case

Although Pacific Legal Foundation takes no position on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, PLF submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court solely on the issue of standing.  PLF … ›

Does Koontz also blow holes in Williamson County?

Yesterday, Pacific Legal Foundation scored a huge victory for property rights when the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion favoring the property owner in Koontz v. St. Johns River … ›

Moving-firm law hurts competition

The Lexington Herald-Leader had an editorial yesterday urging Kentucky lawmakers to repeal the state’s anti-competitive licensing law for moving companies, and focusing on our lawsuit on behalf of Raleigh Bruner. … ›

President's weekly report — June 28, 2013

We had an incredible week.  Here is a short summary: Property Rights – Unlawful Exactions We had what can only be described as a stunning victory in Koontz v. St. … ›

Setting the record straight on Pepin

An editorial in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, discussing Pepin v. Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, accuses shadowy “[d]evelopment forces” of attempting to weaken Massachusetts Endangered Species Act (MESA) and … ›

Court throws out Maurice Underwood’s case—PLF will fight on for the right to earn a living

I’m saddened to report that a federal judge in Reno yesterday dismissed Maurice Underwood’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nevada’s licensing law for moving companies. That law—the most anti-competitive licensing … ›

SCOTUS to hear Clean Air Act case

Following last week’s dismissal of United States Forest Service v. Pacific Rivers Council, the Supreme Court had no environmental law case on its docket for next term.  That changed on … ›

Hollingsworth v. Perry : Supreme Court rules citizens can't "stand" in the way of politicians who ignore the law

Regardless of readers’ specific views on Prop. 8, today the Court decided an important question about standing — and it got it wrong.  Hollingsworth v. Perry will have serious repercussions … ›

St. Louis license requirement has street performers singing the blues

The Missouri Watchdog had this article yesterday about the lawsuit challenging St. Louis’ requirement that street performers audition before a city official before they can get licenses to perform. We … ›

PLF's Official Statement on Hollingsworth v. Perry, the Supreme Court's Prop. 8 case

Although Pacific Legal Foundation takes no position on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, PLF submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court solely on the issue of standing.  PLF … ›

Does Koontz also blow holes in Williamson County?

Yesterday, Pacific Legal Foundation scored a huge victory for property rights when the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion favoring the property owner in Koontz v. St. Johns River … ›

Moving-firm law hurts competition

The Lexington Herald-Leader had an editorial yesterday urging Kentucky lawmakers to repeal the state’s anti-competitive licensing law for moving companies, and focusing on our lawsuit on behalf of Raleigh Bruner. … ›