Florida Legislature approves growler law fix

In the last two weeks, the Florida State Senate and House of Representatives both unanimously approved a bill to legalize the 64-ounce growler.  The Legislature made this move after years … ›

Teachers' unions sued for violating First Amendment rights

California teachers’ unions spend millions of dollars on political candidates and initiatives.  That is no secret.   Those dollars, which come from union members’ dues, support democratic candidates and liberal causes, whether or not individual teachers … ›

City snaps "ripeness trap" on puppy store's takings claim

Most people like golden retriever and other pure-breed puppies. As children, many of us went to pet stores just to view and pet such pups.   But the City of East Providence, … ›

Will the Supreme Court's second Horne decision undermine Williamson County ripeness?

One issue that has received little attention following the oral argument in Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture is the question of what the Hornes’ remedy should be if … ›

EEOC suffers minor setback

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Mach Mining, LLC v Equal Employment Opportunity Commission appears to be another minor setback for the EEOC. The EEOC has a statutory duty under Title VII to … ›

Federal Land Action Group launched

There’s a new push from some of the western members of Congress to de-federalize parts of the West.  Here’s today’s press release from Congressman Bishop and Stewart on the launching of the … ›

Requiring professional-looking haircuts is not racial discrimination

Think about the following scenario.  A job seeker sees an ad for a sales job.  She has all the correct qualifications.  Her interview goes great.  The business says they want … ›

Upcoming PLF-Heritage public event on unconstitutional “Waters of the U.S.” rule

On Thursday, Pacific Legal Foundation and The Heritage Foundation are co-sponsoring a panel discussion on a draft regulation that would vastly expand the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s and U.S. Army … ›

Another vote for school choice

Imagine that your state creates a government-run grocery store chain because food is essential to survival. You don’t pay for your groceries, but your taxes skyrocket. The stores don’t need to compete for profit, so … ›

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Florida Legislature approves growler law fix

In the last two weeks, the Florida State Senate and House of Representatives both unanimously approved a bill to legalize the 64-ounce growler.  The Legislature made this move after years … ›

Teachers' unions sued for violating First Amendment rights

California teachers’ unions spend millions of dollars on political candidates and initiatives.  That is no secret.   Those dollars, which come from union members’ dues, support democratic candidates and liberal causes, whether or not individual teachers … ›

City snaps "ripeness trap" on puppy store's takings claim

Most people like golden retriever and other pure-breed puppies. As children, many of us went to pet stores just to view and pet such pups.   But the City of East Providence, … ›

Will the Supreme Court's second Horne decision undermine Williamson County ripeness?

One issue that has received little attention following the oral argument in Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture is the question of what the Hornes’ remedy should be if … ›

EEOC suffers minor setback

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Mach Mining, LLC v Equal Employment Opportunity Commission appears to be another minor setback for the EEOC. The EEOC has a statutory duty under Title VII to … ›

Federal Land Action Group launched

There’s a new push from some of the western members of Congress to de-federalize parts of the West.  Here’s today’s press release from Congressman Bishop and Stewart on the launching of the … ›

Requiring professional-looking haircuts is not racial discrimination

Think about the following scenario.  A job seeker sees an ad for a sales job.  She has all the correct qualifications.  Her interview goes great.  The business says they want … ›

Upcoming PLF-Heritage public event on unconstitutional “Waters of the U.S.” rule

On Thursday, Pacific Legal Foundation and The Heritage Foundation are co-sponsoring a panel discussion on a draft regulation that would vastly expand the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s and U.S. Army … ›

Another vote for school choice

Imagine that your state creates a government-run grocery store chain because food is essential to survival. You don’t pay for your groceries, but your taxes skyrocket. The stores don’t need to compete for profit, so … ›

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Florida Legislature approves growler law fix

In the last two weeks, the Florida State Senate and House of Representatives both unanimously approved a bill to legalize the 64-ounce growler.  The Legislature made this move after years … ›

Teachers' unions sued for violating First Amendment rights

California teachers’ unions spend millions of dollars on political candidates and initiatives.  That is no secret.   Those dollars, which come from union members’ dues, support democratic candidates and liberal causes, whether or not individual teachers … ›

City snaps "ripeness trap" on puppy store's takings claim

Most people like golden retriever and other pure-breed puppies. As children, many of us went to pet stores just to view and pet such pups.   But the City of East Providence, … ›

Will the Supreme Court's second Horne decision undermine Williamson County ripeness?

One issue that has received little attention following the oral argument in Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture is the question of what the Hornes’ remedy should be if … ›

EEOC suffers minor setback

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Mach Mining, LLC v Equal Employment Opportunity Commission appears to be another minor setback for the EEOC. The EEOC has a statutory duty under Title VII to … ›

Federal Land Action Group launched

There’s a new push from some of the western members of Congress to de-federalize parts of the West.  Here’s today’s press release from Congressman Bishop and Stewart on the launching of the … ›

Requiring professional-looking haircuts is not racial discrimination

Think about the following scenario.  A job seeker sees an ad for a sales job.  She has all the correct qualifications.  Her interview goes great.  The business says they want … ›

Upcoming PLF-Heritage public event on unconstitutional “Waters of the U.S.” rule

On Thursday, Pacific Legal Foundation and The Heritage Foundation are co-sponsoring a panel discussion on a draft regulation that would vastly expand the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s and U.S. Army … ›

Another vote for school choice

Imagine that your state creates a government-run grocery store chain because food is essential to survival. You don’t pay for your groceries, but your taxes skyrocket. The stores don’t need to compete for profit, so … ›

Florida Legislature approves growler law fix

In the last two weeks, the Florida State Senate and House of Representatives both unanimously approved a bill to legalize the 64-ounce growler.  The Legislature made this move after years … ›

Teachers' unions sued for violating First Amendment rights

California teachers’ unions spend millions of dollars on political candidates and initiatives.  That is no secret.   Those dollars, which come from union members’ dues, support democratic candidates and liberal causes, whether or not individual teachers … ›

City snaps "ripeness trap" on puppy store's takings claim

Most people like golden retriever and other pure-breed puppies. As children, many of us went to pet stores just to view and pet such pups.   But the City of East Providence, … ›

Will the Supreme Court's second Horne decision undermine Williamson County ripeness?

One issue that has received little attention following the oral argument in Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture is the question of what the Hornes’ remedy should be if … ›

EEOC suffers minor setback

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Mach Mining, LLC v Equal Employment Opportunity Commission appears to be another minor setback for the EEOC. The EEOC has a statutory duty under Title VII to … ›

Federal Land Action Group launched

There’s a new push from some of the western members of Congress to de-federalize parts of the West.  Here’s today’s press release from Congressman Bishop and Stewart on the launching of the … ›

Requiring professional-looking haircuts is not racial discrimination

Think about the following scenario.  A job seeker sees an ad for a sales job.  She has all the correct qualifications.  Her interview goes great.  The business says they want … ›

Upcoming PLF-Heritage public event on unconstitutional “Waters of the U.S.” rule

On Thursday, Pacific Legal Foundation and The Heritage Foundation are co-sponsoring a panel discussion on a draft regulation that would vastly expand the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s and U.S. Army … ›

Another vote for school choice

Imagine that your state creates a government-run grocery store chain because food is essential to survival. You don’t pay for your groceries, but your taxes skyrocket. The stores don’t need to compete for profit, so … ›