California agency proposes continuation of mining ban

Since 2009, California has forbidden the use of suction dredge mining equipment until the agency in charge of regulating this mining — the Department of Fish and Wildlife — develops … ›

PLF client gets friend of the court support from National Homebuilders in affordable housing case

PLF recently filed its opening brief and reply brief in the California Supreme Court on behalf of the California Building Industry Association, which is challenging the constitutionality of the City of … ›

ESA legislation on the move

Congress has been busy over the last few weeks.  In the House of Representatives, the Committee on Natural Resources announced four new bills summarized here that seek to increase transparency … ›

President's weekly report — March 28, 2014

Endangered Species Act — Saving Lolita  PLF filed this comment letter on the attempt by some radical greens to exploit Lolita, or at least to evict this Killer Whale from Miami’s … ›

New PLF lawsuit challenges illegal local tax

On Tuesday, Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit, on behalf of the Building Industry Association – Bay Area, to challenge the City of San Ramon’s new community facilities district tax.  The … ›

More on the smelt and the drought

Earlier this week I appeared on The Blaze Network to discuss the impacts of environmental regulations on California’s San Joaquin Valley in this year of extreme drought.  You can view … ›

Obamacare and Origination

Today’s Cato Daily Podcast features my conversation with Caleb Brown about PLF’s challenge to Obamacare, which will be heard by the D.C. Circuit May 8.

PLF prompts Fish and Wildlife Service to downlist arroyo toad

Tomorrow the United States Fish and Wildlife Service will announce that it intends to reclassify the Arroyo Toad from endangered down to threatened, since the factors that originally led to … ›

PLF files comment on regulation of privately-owned animals under the ESA

This week, PLF filed a comment on a USFWS proposal to remove an exemption for captive orcas from regulation under the ESA. You may recall that this began with a PETA … ›

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California agency proposes continuation of mining ban

Since 2009, California has forbidden the use of suction dredge mining equipment until the agency in charge of regulating this mining — the Department of Fish and Wildlife — develops … ›

PLF client gets friend of the court support from National Homebuilders in affordable housing case

PLF recently filed its opening brief and reply brief in the California Supreme Court on behalf of the California Building Industry Association, which is challenging the constitutionality of the City of … ›

ESA legislation on the move

Congress has been busy over the last few weeks.  In the House of Representatives, the Committee on Natural Resources announced four new bills summarized here that seek to increase transparency … ›

President's weekly report — March 28, 2014

Endangered Species Act — Saving Lolita  PLF filed this comment letter on the attempt by some radical greens to exploit Lolita, or at least to evict this Killer Whale from Miami’s … ›

New PLF lawsuit challenges illegal local tax

On Tuesday, Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit, on behalf of the Building Industry Association – Bay Area, to challenge the City of San Ramon’s new community facilities district tax.  The … ›

More on the smelt and the drought

Earlier this week I appeared on The Blaze Network to discuss the impacts of environmental regulations on California’s San Joaquin Valley in this year of extreme drought.  You can view … ›

Obamacare and Origination

Today’s Cato Daily Podcast features my conversation with Caleb Brown about PLF’s challenge to Obamacare, which will be heard by the D.C. Circuit May 8.

PLF prompts Fish and Wildlife Service to downlist arroyo toad

Tomorrow the United States Fish and Wildlife Service will announce that it intends to reclassify the Arroyo Toad from endangered down to threatened, since the factors that originally led to … ›

PLF files comment on regulation of privately-owned animals under the ESA

This week, PLF filed a comment on a USFWS proposal to remove an exemption for captive orcas from regulation under the ESA. You may recall that this began with a PETA … ›

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California agency proposes continuation of mining ban

Since 2009, California has forbidden the use of suction dredge mining equipment until the agency in charge of regulating this mining — the Department of Fish and Wildlife — develops … ›

PLF client gets friend of the court support from National Homebuilders in affordable housing case

PLF recently filed its opening brief and reply brief in the California Supreme Court on behalf of the California Building Industry Association, which is challenging the constitutionality of the City of … ›

ESA legislation on the move

Congress has been busy over the last few weeks.  In the House of Representatives, the Committee on Natural Resources announced four new bills summarized here that seek to increase transparency … ›

President's weekly report — March 28, 2014

Endangered Species Act — Saving Lolita  PLF filed this comment letter on the attempt by some radical greens to exploit Lolita, or at least to evict this Killer Whale from Miami’s … ›

New PLF lawsuit challenges illegal local tax

On Tuesday, Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit, on behalf of the Building Industry Association – Bay Area, to challenge the City of San Ramon’s new community facilities district tax.  The … ›

More on the smelt and the drought

Earlier this week I appeared on The Blaze Network to discuss the impacts of environmental regulations on California’s San Joaquin Valley in this year of extreme drought.  You can view … ›

Obamacare and Origination

Today’s Cato Daily Podcast features my conversation with Caleb Brown about PLF’s challenge to Obamacare, which will be heard by the D.C. Circuit May 8.

PLF prompts Fish and Wildlife Service to downlist arroyo toad

Tomorrow the United States Fish and Wildlife Service will announce that it intends to reclassify the Arroyo Toad from endangered down to threatened, since the factors that originally led to … ›

PLF files comment on regulation of privately-owned animals under the ESA

This week, PLF filed a comment on a USFWS proposal to remove an exemption for captive orcas from regulation under the ESA. You may recall that this began with a PETA … ›

California agency proposes continuation of mining ban

Since 2009, California has forbidden the use of suction dredge mining equipment until the agency in charge of regulating this mining — the Department of Fish and Wildlife — develops … ›

PLF client gets friend of the court support from National Homebuilders in affordable housing case

PLF recently filed its opening brief and reply brief in the California Supreme Court on behalf of the California Building Industry Association, which is challenging the constitutionality of the City of … ›

ESA legislation on the move

Congress has been busy over the last few weeks.  In the House of Representatives, the Committee on Natural Resources announced four new bills summarized here that seek to increase transparency … ›

President's weekly report — March 28, 2014

Endangered Species Act — Saving Lolita  PLF filed this comment letter on the attempt by some radical greens to exploit Lolita, or at least to evict this Killer Whale from Miami’s … ›

New PLF lawsuit challenges illegal local tax

On Tuesday, Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit, on behalf of the Building Industry Association – Bay Area, to challenge the City of San Ramon’s new community facilities district tax.  The … ›

More on the smelt and the drought

Earlier this week I appeared on The Blaze Network to discuss the impacts of environmental regulations on California’s San Joaquin Valley in this year of extreme drought.  You can view … ›

Obamacare and Origination

Today’s Cato Daily Podcast features my conversation with Caleb Brown about PLF’s challenge to Obamacare, which will be heard by the D.C. Circuit May 8.

PLF prompts Fish and Wildlife Service to downlist arroyo toad

Tomorrow the United States Fish and Wildlife Service will announce that it intends to reclassify the Arroyo Toad from endangered down to threatened, since the factors that originally led to … ›

PLF files comment on regulation of privately-owned animals under the ESA

This week, PLF filed a comment on a USFWS proposal to remove an exemption for captive orcas from regulation under the ESA. You may recall that this began with a PETA … ›