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Todd Gaziano, Executive Director of PLF’s DC Center, co-authored this blogpost. Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in support of … ›

2014 — a year of rescuing liberty from coast to coast

Even with a month to go, Pacific Legal Foundation is celebrating one of our most successful years ever in the nation’s courtrooms. This year, PLF’s litigation team has defeated Kentucky’s … ›

PLF files another amicus brief in the Hage saga

Nevada rancher E. Wayne Hage and his family have been fighting the federal government for decades over his historical rights to water livestock, irrigate his ranch, and use water for … ›

CBS This Morning covers the Crafted Keg case

This week, CBS News ran a very nice story on one of Pacific Legal Foundation’s new economic liberty cases. The national CBS This Morning program reported on PLF’s lawsuit on … ›

PLF files amicus brief in the Oswego Lake public access lawsuit

Today, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief with the Oregon Court of Appeals in Kramer v. City of Lake Oswego—a case in which two public access activists argue that the … ›

Appeals court rejects Coastal Commission plea to reconsider case

On November 12, we reported that the California Coastal Commission had asked the Court of Appeal to reconsider (for a third time!) its decision and rule in the Commission’s favor.  … ›

Can courts dismiss “rational basis” cases without hearing evidence?

My latest law review article is available in the new issue of the George Mason U. Civil Rights Law Journal. Entitled “Rational Basis and The 12(b)(6) Motion: An Unnecessary ‘Perplexity,’” the article … ›

Who can prevent wildfires?

Smokey the Bear isn’t telling the whole story — you’re not the only one who can prevent wildfires. The National Forest Service can help, too. But if environmentalists have their way, the Service’s … ›

President's weekly report — November 21, 2014

Economic Liberty Project The State of Florida moved to dismiss our lawsuit on behalf of The Crafted Keg, which seeks to overturn Florida’s irrational ban on 64-ounce beer growlers.  The … ›

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Todd Gaziano, Executive Director of PLF’s DC Center, co-authored this blogpost. Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in support of … ›

2014 — a year of rescuing liberty from coast to coast

Even with a month to go, Pacific Legal Foundation is celebrating one of our most successful years ever in the nation’s courtrooms. This year, PLF’s litigation team has defeated Kentucky’s … ›

PLF files another amicus brief in the Hage saga

Nevada rancher E. Wayne Hage and his family have been fighting the federal government for decades over his historical rights to water livestock, irrigate his ranch, and use water for … ›

CBS This Morning covers the Crafted Keg case

This week, CBS News ran a very nice story on one of Pacific Legal Foundation’s new economic liberty cases. The national CBS This Morning program reported on PLF’s lawsuit on … ›

PLF files amicus brief in the Oswego Lake public access lawsuit

Today, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief with the Oregon Court of Appeals in Kramer v. City of Lake Oswego—a case in which two public access activists argue that the … ›

Appeals court rejects Coastal Commission plea to reconsider case

On November 12, we reported that the California Coastal Commission had asked the Court of Appeal to reconsider (for a third time!) its decision and rule in the Commission’s favor.  … ›

Can courts dismiss “rational basis” cases without hearing evidence?

My latest law review article is available in the new issue of the George Mason U. Civil Rights Law Journal. Entitled “Rational Basis and The 12(b)(6) Motion: An Unnecessary ‘Perplexity,’” the article … ›

Who can prevent wildfires?

Smokey the Bear isn’t telling the whole story — you’re not the only one who can prevent wildfires. The National Forest Service can help, too. But if environmentalists have their way, the Service’s … ›

President's weekly report — November 21, 2014

Economic Liberty Project The State of Florida moved to dismiss our lawsuit on behalf of The Crafted Keg, which seeks to overturn Florida’s irrational ban on 64-ounce beer growlers.  The … ›

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Todd Gaziano, Executive Director of PLF’s DC Center, co-authored this blogpost. Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in support of … ›

2014 — a year of rescuing liberty from coast to coast

Even with a month to go, Pacific Legal Foundation is celebrating one of our most successful years ever in the nation’s courtrooms. This year, PLF’s litigation team has defeated Kentucky’s … ›

PLF files another amicus brief in the Hage saga

Nevada rancher E. Wayne Hage and his family have been fighting the federal government for decades over his historical rights to water livestock, irrigate his ranch, and use water for … ›

CBS This Morning covers the Crafted Keg case

This week, CBS News ran a very nice story on one of Pacific Legal Foundation’s new economic liberty cases. The national CBS This Morning program reported on PLF’s lawsuit on … ›

PLF files amicus brief in the Oswego Lake public access lawsuit

Today, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief with the Oregon Court of Appeals in Kramer v. City of Lake Oswego—a case in which two public access activists argue that the … ›

Appeals court rejects Coastal Commission plea to reconsider case

On November 12, we reported that the California Coastal Commission had asked the Court of Appeal to reconsider (for a third time!) its decision and rule in the Commission’s favor.  … ›

Can courts dismiss “rational basis” cases without hearing evidence?

My latest law review article is available in the new issue of the George Mason U. Civil Rights Law Journal. Entitled “Rational Basis and The 12(b)(6) Motion: An Unnecessary ‘Perplexity,’” the article … ›

Who can prevent wildfires?

Smokey the Bear isn’t telling the whole story — you’re not the only one who can prevent wildfires. The National Forest Service can help, too. But if environmentalists have their way, the Service’s … ›

President's weekly report — November 21, 2014

Economic Liberty Project The State of Florida moved to dismiss our lawsuit on behalf of The Crafted Keg, which seeks to overturn Florida’s irrational ban on 64-ounce beer growlers.  The … ›

Emails, tweets, & FAQs ? regulations

Todd Gaziano, Executive Director of PLF’s DC Center, co-authored this blogpost. Last week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in support of … ›

2014 — a year of rescuing liberty from coast to coast

Even with a month to go, Pacific Legal Foundation is celebrating one of our most successful years ever in the nation’s courtrooms. This year, PLF’s litigation team has defeated Kentucky’s … ›

PLF files another amicus brief in the Hage saga

Nevada rancher E. Wayne Hage and his family have been fighting the federal government for decades over his historical rights to water livestock, irrigate his ranch, and use water for … ›

CBS This Morning covers the Crafted Keg case

This week, CBS News ran a very nice story on one of Pacific Legal Foundation’s new economic liberty cases. The national CBS This Morning program reported on PLF’s lawsuit on … ›

PLF files amicus brief in the Oswego Lake public access lawsuit

Today, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief with the Oregon Court of Appeals in Kramer v. City of Lake Oswego—a case in which two public access activists argue that the … ›

Appeals court rejects Coastal Commission plea to reconsider case

On November 12, we reported that the California Coastal Commission had asked the Court of Appeal to reconsider (for a third time!) its decision and rule in the Commission’s favor.  … ›

Can courts dismiss “rational basis” cases without hearing evidence?

My latest law review article is available in the new issue of the George Mason U. Civil Rights Law Journal. Entitled “Rational Basis and The 12(b)(6) Motion: An Unnecessary ‘Perplexity,’” the article … ›

Who can prevent wildfires?

Smokey the Bear isn’t telling the whole story — you’re not the only one who can prevent wildfires. The National Forest Service can help, too. But if environmentalists have their way, the Service’s … ›

President's weekly report — November 21, 2014

Economic Liberty Project The State of Florida moved to dismiss our lawsuit on behalf of The Crafted Keg, which seeks to overturn Florida’s irrational ban on 64-ounce beer growlers.  The … ›