Supreme Court may be prevented from ruling on disparate impact – again!

Parties may have reached a tentative settlement agreement in Mount Holly v. Mt. Holly Gardens Citizens in Action.  The settlement, if approved, would be the second time in two years … ›

“Sea-Level Rise” no longer just a Coastal Commission buzzword

As readers of this blog know, Pacific Legal Foundation has a long history of suing the California Coastal Commission for its abuse of private property rights.  But the Foundation’s Coastal … ›

Public schools' "boo-humbug" demonstrates the value of charter schools

Happy Halloween, everyone! …except to those unlucky students whose administrators have instead taken the position of “boo-humbug.”  As our friends at Reason explain, some overzealous school officials have gone Ebenezer … ›

Victory in Huron Mountain Club

The Eagle Mine can continue to move forward, according to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, which issued an opinion yesterday in Huron Mountain Club v. United States Army Corps … ›

Washington's charter school experiment is off to a fast start

Over thirty parent and community groups met last week’s deadline for filing notices of intent to start charter schools in the State of Washington, according to our friends at Washington … ›

Surprise, surprise: California Attorney General urges Supreme Court to uphold disparate impact

Sadly, we’re not surprised by this news.   The California Attorney General filed a brief in support of racial preferences in Fisher.   The California AG filed a brief in favor of the … ›

Water war ramps up!

We have previously posted about the government’s attempt to broaden the reach of the Clean Water Act through blatant misinterpretation of the act and federal case law.  See here, here … ›

Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone

Supporters of property rights will no doubt remember the sad saga of Kelo v. New London. In  that case, the Supreme Court permitted the city to use its eminent domain power … ›

A thinly-veiled case of CEQA abuse?

It should surprise no one that a government-licensed cartel would pitch a fit if it was challenged by competition. But the means they use to try to prevent competition can … ›

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Supreme Court may be prevented from ruling on disparate impact – again!

Parties may have reached a tentative settlement agreement in Mount Holly v. Mt. Holly Gardens Citizens in Action.  The settlement, if approved, would be the second time in two years … ›

“Sea-Level Rise” no longer just a Coastal Commission buzzword

As readers of this blog know, Pacific Legal Foundation has a long history of suing the California Coastal Commission for its abuse of private property rights.  But the Foundation’s Coastal … ›

Public schools' "boo-humbug" demonstrates the value of charter schools

Happy Halloween, everyone! …except to those unlucky students whose administrators have instead taken the position of “boo-humbug.”  As our friends at Reason explain, some overzealous school officials have gone Ebenezer … ›

Victory in Huron Mountain Club

The Eagle Mine can continue to move forward, according to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, which issued an opinion yesterday in Huron Mountain Club v. United States Army Corps … ›

Washington's charter school experiment is off to a fast start

Over thirty parent and community groups met last week’s deadline for filing notices of intent to start charter schools in the State of Washington, according to our friends at Washington … ›

Surprise, surprise: California Attorney General urges Supreme Court to uphold disparate impact

Sadly, we’re not surprised by this news.   The California Attorney General filed a brief in support of racial preferences in Fisher.   The California AG filed a brief in favor of the … ›

Water war ramps up!

We have previously posted about the government’s attempt to broaden the reach of the Clean Water Act through blatant misinterpretation of the act and federal case law.  See here, here … ›

Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone

Supporters of property rights will no doubt remember the sad saga of Kelo v. New London. In  that case, the Supreme Court permitted the city to use its eminent domain power … ›

A thinly-veiled case of CEQA abuse?

It should surprise no one that a government-licensed cartel would pitch a fit if it was challenged by competition. But the means they use to try to prevent competition can … ›

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Supreme Court may be prevented from ruling on disparate impact – again!

Parties may have reached a tentative settlement agreement in Mount Holly v. Mt. Holly Gardens Citizens in Action.  The settlement, if approved, would be the second time in two years … ›

“Sea-Level Rise” no longer just a Coastal Commission buzzword

As readers of this blog know, Pacific Legal Foundation has a long history of suing the California Coastal Commission for its abuse of private property rights.  But the Foundation’s Coastal … ›

Public schools' "boo-humbug" demonstrates the value of charter schools

Happy Halloween, everyone! …except to those unlucky students whose administrators have instead taken the position of “boo-humbug.”  As our friends at Reason explain, some overzealous school officials have gone Ebenezer … ›

Victory in Huron Mountain Club

The Eagle Mine can continue to move forward, according to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, which issued an opinion yesterday in Huron Mountain Club v. United States Army Corps … ›

Washington's charter school experiment is off to a fast start

Over thirty parent and community groups met last week’s deadline for filing notices of intent to start charter schools in the State of Washington, according to our friends at Washington … ›

Surprise, surprise: California Attorney General urges Supreme Court to uphold disparate impact

Sadly, we’re not surprised by this news.   The California Attorney General filed a brief in support of racial preferences in Fisher.   The California AG filed a brief in favor of the … ›

Water war ramps up!

We have previously posted about the government’s attempt to broaden the reach of the Clean Water Act through blatant misinterpretation of the act and federal case law.  See here, here … ›

Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone

Supporters of property rights will no doubt remember the sad saga of Kelo v. New London. In  that case, the Supreme Court permitted the city to use its eminent domain power … ›

A thinly-veiled case of CEQA abuse?

It should surprise no one that a government-licensed cartel would pitch a fit if it was challenged by competition. But the means they use to try to prevent competition can … ›

Supreme Court may be prevented from ruling on disparate impact – again!

Parties may have reached a tentative settlement agreement in Mount Holly v. Mt. Holly Gardens Citizens in Action.  The settlement, if approved, would be the second time in two years … ›

“Sea-Level Rise” no longer just a Coastal Commission buzzword

As readers of this blog know, Pacific Legal Foundation has a long history of suing the California Coastal Commission for its abuse of private property rights.  But the Foundation’s Coastal … ›

Public schools' "boo-humbug" demonstrates the value of charter schools

Happy Halloween, everyone! …except to those unlucky students whose administrators have instead taken the position of “boo-humbug.”  As our friends at Reason explain, some overzealous school officials have gone Ebenezer … ›

Victory in Huron Mountain Club

The Eagle Mine can continue to move forward, according to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, which issued an opinion yesterday in Huron Mountain Club v. United States Army Corps … ›

Washington's charter school experiment is off to a fast start

Over thirty parent and community groups met last week’s deadline for filing notices of intent to start charter schools in the State of Washington, according to our friends at Washington … ›

Surprise, surprise: California Attorney General urges Supreme Court to uphold disparate impact

Sadly, we’re not surprised by this news.   The California Attorney General filed a brief in support of racial preferences in Fisher.   The California AG filed a brief in favor of the … ›

Water war ramps up!

We have previously posted about the government’s attempt to broaden the reach of the Clean Water Act through blatant misinterpretation of the act and federal case law.  See here, here … ›

Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone

Supporters of property rights will no doubt remember the sad saga of Kelo v. New London. In  that case, the Supreme Court permitted the city to use its eminent domain power … ›

A thinly-veiled case of CEQA abuse?

It should surprise no one that a government-licensed cartel would pitch a fit if it was challenged by competition. But the means they use to try to prevent competition can … ›