Race and Charter Schools in the Big Apple

PLF regularly files briefs in support of parents’ ability to take their children out of the public school system and send them to charter schools. Charter schools are particularly important for poor and minority children … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur to testify to U.S. Senate about economic liberty and the rights of minorities

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights, and Federal Courts is holding a hearing Tuesday called “Opportunity Denied: How Overregulation Harms Minorities.” I’ll be testifying about … ›

PLF at the Supreme Court, Part I on Courting Liberty

PLF attorneys discuss petitions currently before the Supreme Court, including petitions dealing with wetlands, mandatory affordable housing, and the forced merger of parcels for the purpose of avoiding compensating landowners. … ›

Recording of 10th Circuit argument in Utah prairie dog case

The Endangered Species & Wetlands Report has obtained the recording of the Monday’s oral argument in the Utah prairie dog case. As you’ll recall, this is the constitutional challenge to … ›

Will Cincinnati award contracts based on race?

  Last year the City of Cincinnati agreed to pay a California-based company about $1 million to analyze city contracts for evidence of discrimination. The disparity study, which was actually … ›

Property rights & the Roberts Court

In an article published today by Engage, PLF attorneys Brian T. Hodges and Christopher M. Kieser consider the U.S. Supreme Court’s most recent property rights case, Horne v. United States … ›

PLF to join rally to restore water deliveries to California's Central Valley

PLF attorney Tony Francois will be one of the speakers at the Taking Back Our Water rally this Friday, October 2, 11 am – noon, at Rojas-Pierce Park in Mendota, … ›

Why conservatives still hate environmentalism

Pacific Legal Foundation does a lot of work protecting property owners from overbearing environmental regulation. Since that is how we roll, it was impossible not to notice the enthusiasm with which … ›

PLF’s annual Supreme Court Preview lunch event on Oct. 2 in Washington D.C.

PLF’s DC Center is proud to organize our second annual Supreme Court Preview event this Friday, October 2, at noon EDT, which we are co-hosting again with National Review and … ›

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Race and Charter Schools in the Big Apple

PLF regularly files briefs in support of parents’ ability to take their children out of the public school system and send them to charter schools. Charter schools are particularly important for poor and minority children … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur to testify to U.S. Senate about economic liberty and the rights of minorities

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights, and Federal Courts is holding a hearing Tuesday called “Opportunity Denied: How Overregulation Harms Minorities.” I’ll be testifying about … ›

PLF at the Supreme Court, Part I on Courting Liberty

PLF attorneys discuss petitions currently before the Supreme Court, including petitions dealing with wetlands, mandatory affordable housing, and the forced merger of parcels for the purpose of avoiding compensating landowners. … ›

Recording of 10th Circuit argument in Utah prairie dog case

The Endangered Species & Wetlands Report has obtained the recording of the Monday’s oral argument in the Utah prairie dog case. As you’ll recall, this is the constitutional challenge to … ›

Will Cincinnati award contracts based on race?

  Last year the City of Cincinnati agreed to pay a California-based company about $1 million to analyze city contracts for evidence of discrimination. The disparity study, which was actually … ›

Property rights & the Roberts Court

In an article published today by Engage, PLF attorneys Brian T. Hodges and Christopher M. Kieser consider the U.S. Supreme Court’s most recent property rights case, Horne v. United States … ›

PLF to join rally to restore water deliveries to California's Central Valley

PLF attorney Tony Francois will be one of the speakers at the Taking Back Our Water rally this Friday, October 2, 11 am – noon, at Rojas-Pierce Park in Mendota, … ›

Why conservatives still hate environmentalism

Pacific Legal Foundation does a lot of work protecting property owners from overbearing environmental regulation. Since that is how we roll, it was impossible not to notice the enthusiasm with which … ›

PLF’s annual Supreme Court Preview lunch event on Oct. 2 in Washington D.C.

PLF’s DC Center is proud to organize our second annual Supreme Court Preview event this Friday, October 2, at noon EDT, which we are co-hosting again with National Review and … ›

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Race and Charter Schools in the Big Apple

PLF regularly files briefs in support of parents’ ability to take their children out of the public school system and send them to charter schools. Charter schools are particularly important for poor and minority children … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur to testify to U.S. Senate about economic liberty and the rights of minorities

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights, and Federal Courts is holding a hearing Tuesday called “Opportunity Denied: How Overregulation Harms Minorities.” I’ll be testifying about … ›

PLF at the Supreme Court, Part I on Courting Liberty

PLF attorneys discuss petitions currently before the Supreme Court, including petitions dealing with wetlands, mandatory affordable housing, and the forced merger of parcels for the purpose of avoiding compensating landowners. … ›

Recording of 10th Circuit argument in Utah prairie dog case

The Endangered Species & Wetlands Report has obtained the recording of the Monday’s oral argument in the Utah prairie dog case. As you’ll recall, this is the constitutional challenge to … ›

Will Cincinnati award contracts based on race?

  Last year the City of Cincinnati agreed to pay a California-based company about $1 million to analyze city contracts for evidence of discrimination. The disparity study, which was actually … ›

Property rights & the Roberts Court

In an article published today by Engage, PLF attorneys Brian T. Hodges and Christopher M. Kieser consider the U.S. Supreme Court’s most recent property rights case, Horne v. United States … ›

PLF to join rally to restore water deliveries to California's Central Valley

PLF attorney Tony Francois will be one of the speakers at the Taking Back Our Water rally this Friday, October 2, 11 am – noon, at Rojas-Pierce Park in Mendota, … ›

Why conservatives still hate environmentalism

Pacific Legal Foundation does a lot of work protecting property owners from overbearing environmental regulation. Since that is how we roll, it was impossible not to notice the enthusiasm with which … ›

PLF’s annual Supreme Court Preview lunch event on Oct. 2 in Washington D.C.

PLF’s DC Center is proud to organize our second annual Supreme Court Preview event this Friday, October 2, at noon EDT, which we are co-hosting again with National Review and … ›

Race and Charter Schools in the Big Apple

PLF regularly files briefs in support of parents’ ability to take their children out of the public school system and send them to charter schools. Charter schools are particularly important for poor and minority children … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur to testify to U.S. Senate about economic liberty and the rights of minorities

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights, and Federal Courts is holding a hearing Tuesday called “Opportunity Denied: How Overregulation Harms Minorities.” I’ll be testifying about … ›

PLF at the Supreme Court, Part I on Courting Liberty

PLF attorneys discuss petitions currently before the Supreme Court, including petitions dealing with wetlands, mandatory affordable housing, and the forced merger of parcels for the purpose of avoiding compensating landowners. … ›

Recording of 10th Circuit argument in Utah prairie dog case

The Endangered Species & Wetlands Report has obtained the recording of the Monday’s oral argument in the Utah prairie dog case. As you’ll recall, this is the constitutional challenge to … ›

Will Cincinnati award contracts based on race?

  Last year the City of Cincinnati agreed to pay a California-based company about $1 million to analyze city contracts for evidence of discrimination. The disparity study, which was actually … ›

Property rights & the Roberts Court

In an article published today by Engage, PLF attorneys Brian T. Hodges and Christopher M. Kieser consider the U.S. Supreme Court’s most recent property rights case, Horne v. United States … ›

PLF to join rally to restore water deliveries to California's Central Valley

PLF attorney Tony Francois will be one of the speakers at the Taking Back Our Water rally this Friday, October 2, 11 am – noon, at Rojas-Pierce Park in Mendota, … ›

Why conservatives still hate environmentalism

Pacific Legal Foundation does a lot of work protecting property owners from overbearing environmental regulation. Since that is how we roll, it was impossible not to notice the enthusiasm with which … ›

PLF’s annual Supreme Court Preview lunch event on Oct. 2 in Washington D.C.

PLF’s DC Center is proud to organize our second annual Supreme Court Preview event this Friday, October 2, at noon EDT, which we are co-hosting again with National Review and … ›