Free speech prevails in Fourth Circuit do-over

After nearly four years of litigation, property owners’ First Amendment rights were finally vindicated by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Central Radio Company v. City of … ›

Shockingly, EPA and allies misunderstand federalism

Last week the Environmental Protection Agency and other groups supporting EPA’s “comprehensive pollution diet” for the Chesapeake Bay watershed filed briefs with the Supreme Court to dissuade the Justices from … ›

Wrapping up National School Choice Week 2016

Thank you for joining us and helping to spread the word about school choice. National School Choice Week was a huge success. So many wonderful organizations got involved, not to mention the … ›

A win for school choice in North Carolina

In 2013, North Carolina’s General Assembly held extensive hearings on legislation designed to equalize educational opportunities for low-income students.  The Opportunity Scholarship Program, would provide scholarships from the State to … ›

The virtue of school choice

For National School Choice Week, it’s important to remember why choice is so valuable today. Consider the following hypothetical: Suppose you have school-age children, and your local public school is … ›

Is environmental law an ass?

No, according to a decision from the Second Circuit issued this week. In Friends of Animals v. Clay, a radical animal rights group challenged a federal permit to take migratory … ›

School choice should work for all of us, not just some

This week, PLF and many of our friends in the liberty movement are celebrating National School Choice Week, a week dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of parental choice in … ›

It’s school choice week on Courting Liberty

PLF attorneys discuss how competition and choice can boost the quality of all schools, public and private, and how PLF is defending promising school-choice programs in courts around the country … ›

Hope for Washington's charter schools

National School Choice Week has special meaning this year in Washington, where lawmakers are fighting to save Washington’s charter schools. In 2012, Washington voters passed the state’s first charter school act. The state … ›

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Free speech prevails in Fourth Circuit do-over

After nearly four years of litigation, property owners’ First Amendment rights were finally vindicated by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Central Radio Company v. City of … ›

Shockingly, EPA and allies misunderstand federalism

Last week the Environmental Protection Agency and other groups supporting EPA’s “comprehensive pollution diet” for the Chesapeake Bay watershed filed briefs with the Supreme Court to dissuade the Justices from … ›

Wrapping up National School Choice Week 2016

Thank you for joining us and helping to spread the word about school choice. National School Choice Week was a huge success. So many wonderful organizations got involved, not to mention the … ›

A win for school choice in North Carolina

In 2013, North Carolina’s General Assembly held extensive hearings on legislation designed to equalize educational opportunities for low-income students.  The Opportunity Scholarship Program, would provide scholarships from the State to … ›

The virtue of school choice

For National School Choice Week, it’s important to remember why choice is so valuable today. Consider the following hypothetical: Suppose you have school-age children, and your local public school is … ›

Is environmental law an ass?

No, according to a decision from the Second Circuit issued this week. In Friends of Animals v. Clay, a radical animal rights group challenged a federal permit to take migratory … ›

School choice should work for all of us, not just some

This week, PLF and many of our friends in the liberty movement are celebrating National School Choice Week, a week dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of parental choice in … ›

It’s school choice week on Courting Liberty

PLF attorneys discuss how competition and choice can boost the quality of all schools, public and private, and how PLF is defending promising school-choice programs in courts around the country … ›

Hope for Washington's charter schools

National School Choice Week has special meaning this year in Washington, where lawmakers are fighting to save Washington’s charter schools. In 2012, Washington voters passed the state’s first charter school act. The state … ›

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Free speech prevails in Fourth Circuit do-over

After nearly four years of litigation, property owners’ First Amendment rights were finally vindicated by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Central Radio Company v. City of … ›

Shockingly, EPA and allies misunderstand federalism

Last week the Environmental Protection Agency and other groups supporting EPA’s “comprehensive pollution diet” for the Chesapeake Bay watershed filed briefs with the Supreme Court to dissuade the Justices from … ›

Wrapping up National School Choice Week 2016

Thank you for joining us and helping to spread the word about school choice. National School Choice Week was a huge success. So many wonderful organizations got involved, not to mention the … ›

A win for school choice in North Carolina

In 2013, North Carolina’s General Assembly held extensive hearings on legislation designed to equalize educational opportunities for low-income students.  The Opportunity Scholarship Program, would provide scholarships from the State to … ›

The virtue of school choice

For National School Choice Week, it’s important to remember why choice is so valuable today. Consider the following hypothetical: Suppose you have school-age children, and your local public school is … ›

Is environmental law an ass?

No, according to a decision from the Second Circuit issued this week. In Friends of Animals v. Clay, a radical animal rights group challenged a federal permit to take migratory … ›

School choice should work for all of us, not just some

This week, PLF and many of our friends in the liberty movement are celebrating National School Choice Week, a week dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of parental choice in … ›

It’s school choice week on Courting Liberty

PLF attorneys discuss how competition and choice can boost the quality of all schools, public and private, and how PLF is defending promising school-choice programs in courts around the country … ›

Hope for Washington's charter schools

National School Choice Week has special meaning this year in Washington, where lawmakers are fighting to save Washington’s charter schools. In 2012, Washington voters passed the state’s first charter school act. The state … ›

Free speech prevails in Fourth Circuit do-over

After nearly four years of litigation, property owners’ First Amendment rights were finally vindicated by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Central Radio Company v. City of … ›

Shockingly, EPA and allies misunderstand federalism

Last week the Environmental Protection Agency and other groups supporting EPA’s “comprehensive pollution diet” for the Chesapeake Bay watershed filed briefs with the Supreme Court to dissuade the Justices from … ›

Wrapping up National School Choice Week 2016

Thank you for joining us and helping to spread the word about school choice. National School Choice Week was a huge success. So many wonderful organizations got involved, not to mention the … ›

A win for school choice in North Carolina

In 2013, North Carolina’s General Assembly held extensive hearings on legislation designed to equalize educational opportunities for low-income students.  The Opportunity Scholarship Program, would provide scholarships from the State to … ›

The virtue of school choice

For National School Choice Week, it’s important to remember why choice is so valuable today. Consider the following hypothetical: Suppose you have school-age children, and your local public school is … ›

Is environmental law an ass?

No, according to a decision from the Second Circuit issued this week. In Friends of Animals v. Clay, a radical animal rights group challenged a federal permit to take migratory … ›

School choice should work for all of us, not just some

This week, PLF and many of our friends in the liberty movement are celebrating National School Choice Week, a week dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of parental choice in … ›

It’s school choice week on Courting Liberty

PLF attorneys discuss how competition and choice can boost the quality of all schools, public and private, and how PLF is defending promising school-choice programs in courts around the country … ›

Hope for Washington's charter schools

National School Choice Week has special meaning this year in Washington, where lawmakers are fighting to save Washington’s charter schools. In 2012, Washington voters passed the state’s first charter school act. The state … ›