President's weekly report — August 30, 2013

Environment & Taxes — A.B. 32 “cap and trade” hearing A hearing was held on Wednesday in Morningstar Packing Co. v. California Air Resources Board, our challenge to California’s “cap and trade” … ›

Tune in to hear PLF's Tony Francois on KERN 1180 in Bakersfield this afternoon

During the 3:00-3:30 half hour, I will be joining Cathy Abernathy, who is filling in as host for Ralph Bailey on KERN 1180 in Bakersfield.  If you are not in … ›

No magic words required

Patricia Atalese signed a contract with a financial services firm, in which she agreed that “any claim or dispute” between herself and the firm, related to the services provided, “shall … ›

Texas court finds agency can't deny pecan farmers' water rights without compensation

Last October, we related the story of Glenn and JoLynn Bragg, pecan farmers in Medina County, Texas, who suffered from a state agency’s taking of their water rights.  PLF filed … ›

More water for salmon, less for farmers

Last week, Judge Lawrence O’Neill of the Eastern District of California okayed the Bureau of Reclamation’s plan to release up to 20,000 acre-feet of water into the Trinity and Klamath … ›

Another PLF beach win ensures federal protection for property rights

PLF continues to make headway in its twin goals of protecting property rights on the beach and in opening the federal courthouse doors to property owners seeking to defend their … ›

Private property rights advance sustainable development

In Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management, PLF won one of the most important property rights decisions in decades.  As we have described in more detail elsewhere, the victory … ›

Sea otter documentary highlights the impacts that the Service's management zone decision will have on Southern California fisheries

Students from UC Santa Barbara have produced a documentary on the termination of the sea otter management zone, which PLF is challenging on behalf of four California fishing groups that … ›

Reason's Nick Gillespie talks Obamacare and economic liberty with PLF's Timothy Sandefur

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President's weekly report — August 30, 2013

Environment & Taxes — A.B. 32 “cap and trade” hearing A hearing was held on Wednesday in Morningstar Packing Co. v. California Air Resources Board, our challenge to California’s “cap and trade” … ›

Tune in to hear PLF's Tony Francois on KERN 1180 in Bakersfield this afternoon

During the 3:00-3:30 half hour, I will be joining Cathy Abernathy, who is filling in as host for Ralph Bailey on KERN 1180 in Bakersfield.  If you are not in … ›

No magic words required

Patricia Atalese signed a contract with a financial services firm, in which she agreed that “any claim or dispute” between herself and the firm, related to the services provided, “shall … ›

Texas court finds agency can't deny pecan farmers' water rights without compensation

Last October, we related the story of Glenn and JoLynn Bragg, pecan farmers in Medina County, Texas, who suffered from a state agency’s taking of their water rights.  PLF filed … ›

More water for salmon, less for farmers

Last week, Judge Lawrence O’Neill of the Eastern District of California okayed the Bureau of Reclamation’s plan to release up to 20,000 acre-feet of water into the Trinity and Klamath … ›

Another PLF beach win ensures federal protection for property rights

PLF continues to make headway in its twin goals of protecting property rights on the beach and in opening the federal courthouse doors to property owners seeking to defend their … ›

Private property rights advance sustainable development

In Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management, PLF won one of the most important property rights decisions in decades.  As we have described in more detail elsewhere, the victory … ›

Sea otter documentary highlights the impacts that the Service's management zone decision will have on Southern California fisheries

Students from UC Santa Barbara have produced a documentary on the termination of the sea otter management zone, which PLF is challenging on behalf of four California fishing groups that … ›

Reason's Nick Gillespie talks Obamacare and economic liberty with PLF's Timothy Sandefur

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President's weekly report — August 30, 2013

Environment & Taxes — A.B. 32 “cap and trade” hearing A hearing was held on Wednesday in Morningstar Packing Co. v. California Air Resources Board, our challenge to California’s “cap and trade” … ›

Tune in to hear PLF's Tony Francois on KERN 1180 in Bakersfield this afternoon

During the 3:00-3:30 half hour, I will be joining Cathy Abernathy, who is filling in as host for Ralph Bailey on KERN 1180 in Bakersfield.  If you are not in … ›

No magic words required

Patricia Atalese signed a contract with a financial services firm, in which she agreed that “any claim or dispute” between herself and the firm, related to the services provided, “shall … ›

Texas court finds agency can't deny pecan farmers' water rights without compensation

Last October, we related the story of Glenn and JoLynn Bragg, pecan farmers in Medina County, Texas, who suffered from a state agency’s taking of their water rights.  PLF filed … ›

More water for salmon, less for farmers

Last week, Judge Lawrence O’Neill of the Eastern District of California okayed the Bureau of Reclamation’s plan to release up to 20,000 acre-feet of water into the Trinity and Klamath … ›

Another PLF beach win ensures federal protection for property rights

PLF continues to make headway in its twin goals of protecting property rights on the beach and in opening the federal courthouse doors to property owners seeking to defend their … ›

Private property rights advance sustainable development

In Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management, PLF won one of the most important property rights decisions in decades.  As we have described in more detail elsewhere, the victory … ›

Sea otter documentary highlights the impacts that the Service's management zone decision will have on Southern California fisheries

Students from UC Santa Barbara have produced a documentary on the termination of the sea otter management zone, which PLF is challenging on behalf of four California fishing groups that … ›

Reason's Nick Gillespie talks Obamacare and economic liberty with PLF's Timothy Sandefur

President's weekly report — August 30, 2013

Environment & Taxes — A.B. 32 “cap and trade” hearing A hearing was held on Wednesday in Morningstar Packing Co. v. California Air Resources Board, our challenge to California’s “cap and trade” … ›

Tune in to hear PLF's Tony Francois on KERN 1180 in Bakersfield this afternoon

During the 3:00-3:30 half hour, I will be joining Cathy Abernathy, who is filling in as host for Ralph Bailey on KERN 1180 in Bakersfield.  If you are not in … ›

No magic words required

Patricia Atalese signed a contract with a financial services firm, in which she agreed that “any claim or dispute” between herself and the firm, related to the services provided, “shall … ›

Texas court finds agency can't deny pecan farmers' water rights without compensation

Last October, we related the story of Glenn and JoLynn Bragg, pecan farmers in Medina County, Texas, who suffered from a state agency’s taking of their water rights.  PLF filed … ›

More water for salmon, less for farmers

Last week, Judge Lawrence O’Neill of the Eastern District of California okayed the Bureau of Reclamation’s plan to release up to 20,000 acre-feet of water into the Trinity and Klamath … ›

Another PLF beach win ensures federal protection for property rights

PLF continues to make headway in its twin goals of protecting property rights on the beach and in opening the federal courthouse doors to property owners seeking to defend their … ›

Private property rights advance sustainable development

In Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management, PLF won one of the most important property rights decisions in decades.  As we have described in more detail elsewhere, the victory … ›

Sea otter documentary highlights the impacts that the Service's management zone decision will have on Southern California fisheries

Students from UC Santa Barbara have produced a documentary on the termination of the sea otter management zone, which PLF is challenging on behalf of four California fishing groups that … ›

Reason's Nick Gillespie talks Obamacare and economic liberty with PLF's Timothy Sandefur