PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Diana Hsieh on "Philosophy in Action" on Wednesday

I’ll be on Diana Hsieh‘s online radio show and podcast “Philosophy in Action” on Wednesday at 6pm Pacific Time to discuss the right to earn a living, occupational licensing, and … ›

Public hearings on gray wolf delisting this week

This week, Fish and Wildlife Service is holding public hearings on its proposal to delist the gray wolf. The first hearing will be today in D.C. On Wednesday, there will … ›

President's weekly report — September 27, 2013

Education Reform — Charter Schools The Georgia Supreme Court issued an excellent decision in Atlanta Independent School System v. Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, Inc.  As explained in more detail in … ›

Greenhouse gas rules up in the air

Today is a big day for all things greenhouse gas, with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change releasing its Fifth Assessment Report.  Earlier this week, the similarly named (but differently … ›

Hard questions about polar bear listing

In anticipation of the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on whether it will hear our challenge to listing the polar bear as a threatened species, Capital Press published my recent … ›

Prairie skyline towers over Washington D.C.

A North Dakota businessman recently announced plans to develop a 352-foot tower in Fargo, North Dakota. Fargo is a small city with a population of 105,000. The metropolitan population of … ›

The Endangered Species Act at 40

This year, the ESA turned 40, and many conferences around the nation are convening to determine whether the ESA needs an update or perhaps more radical change.  In that vein, … ›

PLF to participate in Oct. 2 builders' conference in L.A.

I’ll be speaking at the Building Industry Legal Defense Foundation’s Annual Law and Policy Conference in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 2.  I’ll be on a panel on Takings … ›

Adverse mining claim decision from the Ninth Circuit

We received this adverse opinion today from the Ninth Circuit in McMaster v. United States.  Ken and Debbie McMaster had worked a small gold mining claim in the Trinity Alps Wilderness Area … ›

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PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Diana Hsieh on "Philosophy in Action" on Wednesday

I’ll be on Diana Hsieh‘s online radio show and podcast “Philosophy in Action” on Wednesday at 6pm Pacific Time to discuss the right to earn a living, occupational licensing, and … ›

Public hearings on gray wolf delisting this week

This week, Fish and Wildlife Service is holding public hearings on its proposal to delist the gray wolf. The first hearing will be today in D.C. On Wednesday, there will … ›

President's weekly report — September 27, 2013

Education Reform — Charter Schools The Georgia Supreme Court issued an excellent decision in Atlanta Independent School System v. Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, Inc.  As explained in more detail in … ›

Greenhouse gas rules up in the air

Today is a big day for all things greenhouse gas, with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change releasing its Fifth Assessment Report.  Earlier this week, the similarly named (but differently … ›

Hard questions about polar bear listing

In anticipation of the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on whether it will hear our challenge to listing the polar bear as a threatened species, Capital Press published my recent … ›

Prairie skyline towers over Washington D.C.

A North Dakota businessman recently announced plans to develop a 352-foot tower in Fargo, North Dakota. Fargo is a small city with a population of 105,000. The metropolitan population of … ›

The Endangered Species Act at 40

This year, the ESA turned 40, and many conferences around the nation are convening to determine whether the ESA needs an update or perhaps more radical change.  In that vein, … ›

PLF to participate in Oct. 2 builders' conference in L.A.

I’ll be speaking at the Building Industry Legal Defense Foundation’s Annual Law and Policy Conference in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 2.  I’ll be on a panel on Takings … ›

Adverse mining claim decision from the Ninth Circuit

We received this adverse opinion today from the Ninth Circuit in McMaster v. United States.  Ken and Debbie McMaster had worked a small gold mining claim in the Trinity Alps Wilderness Area … ›

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PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Diana Hsieh on "Philosophy in Action" on Wednesday

I’ll be on Diana Hsieh‘s online radio show and podcast “Philosophy in Action” on Wednesday at 6pm Pacific Time to discuss the right to earn a living, occupational licensing, and … ›

Public hearings on gray wolf delisting this week

This week, Fish and Wildlife Service is holding public hearings on its proposal to delist the gray wolf. The first hearing will be today in D.C. On Wednesday, there will … ›

President's weekly report — September 27, 2013

Education Reform — Charter Schools The Georgia Supreme Court issued an excellent decision in Atlanta Independent School System v. Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, Inc.  As explained in more detail in … ›

Greenhouse gas rules up in the air

Today is a big day for all things greenhouse gas, with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change releasing its Fifth Assessment Report.  Earlier this week, the similarly named (but differently … ›

Hard questions about polar bear listing

In anticipation of the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on whether it will hear our challenge to listing the polar bear as a threatened species, Capital Press published my recent … ›

Prairie skyline towers over Washington D.C.

A North Dakota businessman recently announced plans to develop a 352-foot tower in Fargo, North Dakota. Fargo is a small city with a population of 105,000. The metropolitan population of … ›

The Endangered Species Act at 40

This year, the ESA turned 40, and many conferences around the nation are convening to determine whether the ESA needs an update or perhaps more radical change.  In that vein, … ›

PLF to participate in Oct. 2 builders' conference in L.A.

I’ll be speaking at the Building Industry Legal Defense Foundation’s Annual Law and Policy Conference in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 2.  I’ll be on a panel on Takings … ›

Adverse mining claim decision from the Ninth Circuit

We received this adverse opinion today from the Ninth Circuit in McMaster v. United States.  Ken and Debbie McMaster had worked a small gold mining claim in the Trinity Alps Wilderness Area … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Diana Hsieh on "Philosophy in Action" on Wednesday

I’ll be on Diana Hsieh‘s online radio show and podcast “Philosophy in Action” on Wednesday at 6pm Pacific Time to discuss the right to earn a living, occupational licensing, and … ›

Public hearings on gray wolf delisting this week

This week, Fish and Wildlife Service is holding public hearings on its proposal to delist the gray wolf. The first hearing will be today in D.C. On Wednesday, there will … ›

President's weekly report — September 27, 2013

Education Reform — Charter Schools The Georgia Supreme Court issued an excellent decision in Atlanta Independent School System v. Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, Inc.  As explained in more detail in … ›

Greenhouse gas rules up in the air

Today is a big day for all things greenhouse gas, with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change releasing its Fifth Assessment Report.  Earlier this week, the similarly named (but differently … ›

Hard questions about polar bear listing

In anticipation of the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on whether it will hear our challenge to listing the polar bear as a threatened species, Capital Press published my recent … ›

Prairie skyline towers over Washington D.C.

A North Dakota businessman recently announced plans to develop a 352-foot tower in Fargo, North Dakota. Fargo is a small city with a population of 105,000. The metropolitan population of … ›

The Endangered Species Act at 40

This year, the ESA turned 40, and many conferences around the nation are convening to determine whether the ESA needs an update or perhaps more radical change.  In that vein, … ›

PLF to participate in Oct. 2 builders' conference in L.A.

I’ll be speaking at the Building Industry Legal Defense Foundation’s Annual Law and Policy Conference in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 2.  I’ll be on a panel on Takings … ›

Adverse mining claim decision from the Ninth Circuit

We received this adverse opinion today from the Ninth Circuit in McMaster v. United States.  Ken and Debbie McMaster had worked a small gold mining claim in the Trinity Alps Wilderness Area … ›