Weekly litigation report — December 31, 2016

Affordable housing mandates on their way up Unsurprisingly, the California Supreme Court denied our petition for review in 616 Croft Avenue v. City of West Hollywood. This is the case … ›

Music therapist licensing comes to Oklahoma

Earlier this week I praised Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin for forming a task force to review the need for the state to continue licensing so many occupations. Imagine my surprise, … ›

Belated Happy Birthday, Endangered Species Act?

Yesterday, the Endangered Species Act advanced further into middle-age, turning 43. Typically this is a time for advocates of environmental regulation to tout the Act’s purported successes. Yet often missing … ›

Oklahoma to consider occupational licensing reforms

Earlier this month, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin announced the formation of a task force to review the state’s occupational licensing requirements. Throughout 2017 the task force will comprehensively review all of … ›

Merry Christmas from Pacific Legal Foundation!

(Today we re-publish a two-year old PLF Christmas blog post for readers who may have missed it the first time…with a little bonus material for those who read it previously.) From the … ›

Well, that was fast!

Yesterday, the California Supreme Court denied without opinion our petition for review in Building Industry Association — Bay Area v. City of San Ramon (a mere two days after we filed our … ›

Supreme court to consider Foster v. Vilsack in first conference of new year

Yesterday we filed our reply in Foster v. Vilsack in the Supreme Court of the United States. The petition in this case asks the Supreme Court to decide whether low … ›

Are schools like shoes?

No one could find decent shoes in communist Russia. You’d get a pair with no choice regarding quality, type, or shoe size. No thought for your situation; no need to please the … ›

Lake front property owners fight back against California State Lands Commission

For generations, private owners of lake front lots in California’s Sierra Nevada Range have maintained boating and fishing docks on their property, to enjoy the lakes and the recreational opportunities they … ›

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Weekly litigation report — December 31, 2016

Affordable housing mandates on their way up Unsurprisingly, the California Supreme Court denied our petition for review in 616 Croft Avenue v. City of West Hollywood. This is the case … ›

Music therapist licensing comes to Oklahoma

Earlier this week I praised Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin for forming a task force to review the need for the state to continue licensing so many occupations. Imagine my surprise, … ›

Belated Happy Birthday, Endangered Species Act?

Yesterday, the Endangered Species Act advanced further into middle-age, turning 43. Typically this is a time for advocates of environmental regulation to tout the Act’s purported successes. Yet often missing … ›

Oklahoma to consider occupational licensing reforms

Earlier this month, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin announced the formation of a task force to review the state’s occupational licensing requirements. Throughout 2017 the task force will comprehensively review all of … ›

Merry Christmas from Pacific Legal Foundation!

(Today we re-publish a two-year old PLF Christmas blog post for readers who may have missed it the first time…with a little bonus material for those who read it previously.) From the … ›

Well, that was fast!

Yesterday, the California Supreme Court denied without opinion our petition for review in Building Industry Association — Bay Area v. City of San Ramon (a mere two days after we filed our … ›

Supreme court to consider Foster v. Vilsack in first conference of new year

Yesterday we filed our reply in Foster v. Vilsack in the Supreme Court of the United States. The petition in this case asks the Supreme Court to decide whether low … ›

Are schools like shoes?

No one could find decent shoes in communist Russia. You’d get a pair with no choice regarding quality, type, or shoe size. No thought for your situation; no need to please the … ›

Lake front property owners fight back against California State Lands Commission

For generations, private owners of lake front lots in California’s Sierra Nevada Range have maintained boating and fishing docks on their property, to enjoy the lakes and the recreational opportunities they … ›

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Weekly litigation report — December 31, 2016

Affordable housing mandates on their way up Unsurprisingly, the California Supreme Court denied our petition for review in 616 Croft Avenue v. City of West Hollywood. This is the case … ›

Music therapist licensing comes to Oklahoma

Earlier this week I praised Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin for forming a task force to review the need for the state to continue licensing so many occupations. Imagine my surprise, … ›

Belated Happy Birthday, Endangered Species Act?

Yesterday, the Endangered Species Act advanced further into middle-age, turning 43. Typically this is a time for advocates of environmental regulation to tout the Act’s purported successes. Yet often missing … ›

Oklahoma to consider occupational licensing reforms

Earlier this month, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin announced the formation of a task force to review the state’s occupational licensing requirements. Throughout 2017 the task force will comprehensively review all of … ›

Merry Christmas from Pacific Legal Foundation!

(Today we re-publish a two-year old PLF Christmas blog post for readers who may have missed it the first time…with a little bonus material for those who read it previously.) From the … ›

Well, that was fast!

Yesterday, the California Supreme Court denied without opinion our petition for review in Building Industry Association — Bay Area v. City of San Ramon (a mere two days after we filed our … ›

Supreme court to consider Foster v. Vilsack in first conference of new year

Yesterday we filed our reply in Foster v. Vilsack in the Supreme Court of the United States. The petition in this case asks the Supreme Court to decide whether low … ›

Are schools like shoes?

No one could find decent shoes in communist Russia. You’d get a pair with no choice regarding quality, type, or shoe size. No thought for your situation; no need to please the … ›

Lake front property owners fight back against California State Lands Commission

For generations, private owners of lake front lots in California’s Sierra Nevada Range have maintained boating and fishing docks on their property, to enjoy the lakes and the recreational opportunities they … ›

Weekly litigation report — December 31, 2016

Affordable housing mandates on their way up Unsurprisingly, the California Supreme Court denied our petition for review in 616 Croft Avenue v. City of West Hollywood. This is the case … ›

Music therapist licensing comes to Oklahoma

Earlier this week I praised Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin for forming a task force to review the need for the state to continue licensing so many occupations. Imagine my surprise, … ›

Belated Happy Birthday, Endangered Species Act?

Yesterday, the Endangered Species Act advanced further into middle-age, turning 43. Typically this is a time for advocates of environmental regulation to tout the Act’s purported successes. Yet often missing … ›

Oklahoma to consider occupational licensing reforms

Earlier this month, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin announced the formation of a task force to review the state’s occupational licensing requirements. Throughout 2017 the task force will comprehensively review all of … ›

Merry Christmas from Pacific Legal Foundation!

(Today we re-publish a two-year old PLF Christmas blog post for readers who may have missed it the first time…with a little bonus material for those who read it previously.) From the … ›

Well, that was fast!

Yesterday, the California Supreme Court denied without opinion our petition for review in Building Industry Association — Bay Area v. City of San Ramon (a mere two days after we filed our … ›

Supreme court to consider Foster v. Vilsack in first conference of new year

Yesterday we filed our reply in Foster v. Vilsack in the Supreme Court of the United States. The petition in this case asks the Supreme Court to decide whether low … ›

Are schools like shoes?

No one could find decent shoes in communist Russia. You’d get a pair with no choice regarding quality, type, or shoe size. No thought for your situation; no need to please the … ›

Lake front property owners fight back against California State Lands Commission

For generations, private owners of lake front lots in California’s Sierra Nevada Range have maintained boating and fishing docks on their property, to enjoy the lakes and the recreational opportunities they … ›