President's weekly report — August 29, 2014

Property Rights — double-secret easements in Hobe Sound Like the fictional Delta House double secret probation, the Flash Beach Grill in Hobe Sound, Florida, finds itself subject to a secret unrecorded … ›

More Endangered Species Act problems …

Over at the Reason Foundation website, Brian Seasholes has an interesting post underscoring conflicting environmental policies under the Endangered Species Act and highlighting our gopher frog case. The article is … ›

New Hampshire school choice victory

This morning, the New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld the state’s landmark Education Tax Credit Program. The Program allows businesses to claim a tax credit on their tax bill for donations to tuition … ›

Florida county ignores entrepreneurs’ property rights and hundreds of years of law

If you’ve ever bought a house or piece of land, you probably paid for a title search and title insurance.  A title search makes sure that the seller actually owns … ›

Siskiyou County seeks high court review of groundwater decision

Last month, the Sacramento Superior Court issued a decision in Environmental Law Foundation v. State Water Resources Control Board, holding among other things that Siskiyou County cannot issue any new … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur talks with Armstrong & Getty about property rights and the right to earn a living

I’ll be joining Armstrong & Getty in studio today at 7 am to talk about PLF’s lawsuit against San Francisco’s ransom demand for property owners, and Nebraska’s effort to force … ›

Illinois politicians impose a "corruption tax"

It has been said that Illinois is plagued by unbridled corruption.  Almost 90 percent of Illinois voters agree.  After all, four of the past seven Illinois governors have been convicted … ›

The constitutional implications of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

In the video below, PLF attorneys Jennifer and Joshua Thompson discuss some of the constitutional issues that stem from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

PLF to forest service: stop coveting private water rights

Last Friday Pacific Legal Foundation filed this comment letter with the United States Forest Service, in opposition to a proposed policy that would prevent the owners of private water rights from … ›

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President's weekly report — August 29, 2014

Property Rights — double-secret easements in Hobe Sound Like the fictional Delta House double secret probation, the Flash Beach Grill in Hobe Sound, Florida, finds itself subject to a secret unrecorded … ›

More Endangered Species Act problems …

Over at the Reason Foundation website, Brian Seasholes has an interesting post underscoring conflicting environmental policies under the Endangered Species Act and highlighting our gopher frog case. The article is … ›

New Hampshire school choice victory

This morning, the New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld the state’s landmark Education Tax Credit Program. The Program allows businesses to claim a tax credit on their tax bill for donations to tuition … ›

Florida county ignores entrepreneurs’ property rights and hundreds of years of law

If you’ve ever bought a house or piece of land, you probably paid for a title search and title insurance.  A title search makes sure that the seller actually owns … ›

Siskiyou County seeks high court review of groundwater decision

Last month, the Sacramento Superior Court issued a decision in Environmental Law Foundation v. State Water Resources Control Board, holding among other things that Siskiyou County cannot issue any new … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur talks with Armstrong & Getty about property rights and the right to earn a living

I’ll be joining Armstrong & Getty in studio today at 7 am to talk about PLF’s lawsuit against San Francisco’s ransom demand for property owners, and Nebraska’s effort to force … ›

Illinois politicians impose a "corruption tax"

It has been said that Illinois is plagued by unbridled corruption.  Almost 90 percent of Illinois voters agree.  After all, four of the past seven Illinois governors have been convicted … ›

The constitutional implications of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

In the video below, PLF attorneys Jennifer and Joshua Thompson discuss some of the constitutional issues that stem from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

PLF to forest service: stop coveting private water rights

Last Friday Pacific Legal Foundation filed this comment letter with the United States Forest Service, in opposition to a proposed policy that would prevent the owners of private water rights from … ›

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President's weekly report — August 29, 2014

Property Rights — double-secret easements in Hobe Sound Like the fictional Delta House double secret probation, the Flash Beach Grill in Hobe Sound, Florida, finds itself subject to a secret unrecorded … ›

More Endangered Species Act problems …

Over at the Reason Foundation website, Brian Seasholes has an interesting post underscoring conflicting environmental policies under the Endangered Species Act and highlighting our gopher frog case. The article is … ›

New Hampshire school choice victory

This morning, the New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld the state’s landmark Education Tax Credit Program. The Program allows businesses to claim a tax credit on their tax bill for donations to tuition … ›

Florida county ignores entrepreneurs’ property rights and hundreds of years of law

If you’ve ever bought a house or piece of land, you probably paid for a title search and title insurance.  A title search makes sure that the seller actually owns … ›

Siskiyou County seeks high court review of groundwater decision

Last month, the Sacramento Superior Court issued a decision in Environmental Law Foundation v. State Water Resources Control Board, holding among other things that Siskiyou County cannot issue any new … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur talks with Armstrong & Getty about property rights and the right to earn a living

I’ll be joining Armstrong & Getty in studio today at 7 am to talk about PLF’s lawsuit against San Francisco’s ransom demand for property owners, and Nebraska’s effort to force … ›

Illinois politicians impose a "corruption tax"

It has been said that Illinois is plagued by unbridled corruption.  Almost 90 percent of Illinois voters agree.  After all, four of the past seven Illinois governors have been convicted … ›

The constitutional implications of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

In the video below, PLF attorneys Jennifer and Joshua Thompson discuss some of the constitutional issues that stem from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

PLF to forest service: stop coveting private water rights

Last Friday Pacific Legal Foundation filed this comment letter with the United States Forest Service, in opposition to a proposed policy that would prevent the owners of private water rights from … ›

President's weekly report — August 29, 2014

Property Rights — double-secret easements in Hobe Sound Like the fictional Delta House double secret probation, the Flash Beach Grill in Hobe Sound, Florida, finds itself subject to a secret unrecorded … ›

More Endangered Species Act problems …

Over at the Reason Foundation website, Brian Seasholes has an interesting post underscoring conflicting environmental policies under the Endangered Species Act and highlighting our gopher frog case. The article is … ›

New Hampshire school choice victory

This morning, the New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld the state’s landmark Education Tax Credit Program. The Program allows businesses to claim a tax credit on their tax bill for donations to tuition … ›

Florida county ignores entrepreneurs’ property rights and hundreds of years of law

If you’ve ever bought a house or piece of land, you probably paid for a title search and title insurance.  A title search makes sure that the seller actually owns … ›

Siskiyou County seeks high court review of groundwater decision

Last month, the Sacramento Superior Court issued a decision in Environmental Law Foundation v. State Water Resources Control Board, holding among other things that Siskiyou County cannot issue any new … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur talks with Armstrong & Getty about property rights and the right to earn a living

I’ll be joining Armstrong & Getty in studio today at 7 am to talk about PLF’s lawsuit against San Francisco’s ransom demand for property owners, and Nebraska’s effort to force … ›

Illinois politicians impose a "corruption tax"

It has been said that Illinois is plagued by unbridled corruption.  Almost 90 percent of Illinois voters agree.  After all, four of the past seven Illinois governors have been convicted … ›

The constitutional implications of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

In the video below, PLF attorneys Jennifer and Joshua Thompson discuss some of the constitutional issues that stem from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

PLF to forest service: stop coveting private water rights

Last Friday Pacific Legal Foundation filed this comment letter with the United States Forest Service, in opposition to a proposed policy that would prevent the owners of private water rights from … ›