PLF sues U.S Fish and Wildlife to protect small businesses

There appears to be a universal recognition that small business is the lifeblood of our economy and a necessary component of our way of life: Economic freedom is the foundation … ›

Palm Lane Elementary will finally convert to a charter school

In April, the California Court of Appeal affirmed a victory won by parents of students at Anaheim’s Palm Lane Elementary School. The parents had used California’s “parent trigger” law to … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 29, 2017

Did the government err in going after John Duarte? In Duarte Nursery v. Army Corps of Engineers, we filed a motion to dismiss the Army Corps’ Clean Water Act counterclaim … ›

Duarte Nursery moves to dismiss federal Clean Water Act suit

Earlier this week, PLF clients Duarte Nursery, Inc., and its president John Duarte, moved to dismiss the federal government’s Clean Water Act prosecution against them, on the ground that the … ›

Nashville Airbnb case continues

Back in October we reported that Nashville homeowners Rachel and P.J. Anderson had prevailed in their challenge to Nashville’s restrictive and unconstitutional limitation on short-term rentals. Unfortunately, instead of doing … ›

Federal legislation takes aim at cronyism

PLF’s Economic Liberty Project sues to protect individuals’ right to earn a living free of needlessly burdensome occupational licensing requirements. As Liberty Blog readers may recall, for instance, our client … ›

Ease occupational licensing, free people to work

Today we filed this comment letter with the FTC describing how easing occupational licensing would give Americans a pathway to prosperity.  The FTC has assembled an Economic Liberty Taskforce dedicated to addressing … ›

White House WOTUS update

We reported here that the Administration had proposed withdrawing the 2015 WOTUS rule as directed by Executive Order. And, that EPA would soon be issuing a new rule defining “waters … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 22, 2017

A case to tweet about! Pushing back against an unfair Clean Water Act prosecution PLF files input letter on GMO labeling law Gnatcatcher notice of intent to sue letter submitted … ›

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PLF sues U.S Fish and Wildlife to protect small businesses

There appears to be a universal recognition that small business is the lifeblood of our economy and a necessary component of our way of life: Economic freedom is the foundation … ›

Palm Lane Elementary will finally convert to a charter school

In April, the California Court of Appeal affirmed a victory won by parents of students at Anaheim’s Palm Lane Elementary School. The parents had used California’s “parent trigger” law to … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 29, 2017

Did the government err in going after John Duarte? In Duarte Nursery v. Army Corps of Engineers, we filed a motion to dismiss the Army Corps’ Clean Water Act counterclaim … ›

Duarte Nursery moves to dismiss federal Clean Water Act suit

Earlier this week, PLF clients Duarte Nursery, Inc., and its president John Duarte, moved to dismiss the federal government’s Clean Water Act prosecution against them, on the ground that the … ›

Nashville Airbnb case continues

Back in October we reported that Nashville homeowners Rachel and P.J. Anderson had prevailed in their challenge to Nashville’s restrictive and unconstitutional limitation on short-term rentals. Unfortunately, instead of doing … ›

Federal legislation takes aim at cronyism

PLF’s Economic Liberty Project sues to protect individuals’ right to earn a living free of needlessly burdensome occupational licensing requirements. As Liberty Blog readers may recall, for instance, our client … ›

Ease occupational licensing, free people to work

Today we filed this comment letter with the FTC describing how easing occupational licensing would give Americans a pathway to prosperity.  The FTC has assembled an Economic Liberty Taskforce dedicated to addressing … ›

White House WOTUS update

We reported here that the Administration had proposed withdrawing the 2015 WOTUS rule as directed by Executive Order. And, that EPA would soon be issuing a new rule defining “waters … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 22, 2017

A case to tweet about! Pushing back against an unfair Clean Water Act prosecution PLF files input letter on GMO labeling law Gnatcatcher notice of intent to sue letter submitted … ›

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PLF sues U.S Fish and Wildlife to protect small businesses

There appears to be a universal recognition that small business is the lifeblood of our economy and a necessary component of our way of life: Economic freedom is the foundation … ›

Palm Lane Elementary will finally convert to a charter school

In April, the California Court of Appeal affirmed a victory won by parents of students at Anaheim’s Palm Lane Elementary School. The parents had used California’s “parent trigger” law to … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 29, 2017

Did the government err in going after John Duarte? In Duarte Nursery v. Army Corps of Engineers, we filed a motion to dismiss the Army Corps’ Clean Water Act counterclaim … ›

Duarte Nursery moves to dismiss federal Clean Water Act suit

Earlier this week, PLF clients Duarte Nursery, Inc., and its president John Duarte, moved to dismiss the federal government’s Clean Water Act prosecution against them, on the ground that the … ›

Nashville Airbnb case continues

Back in October we reported that Nashville homeowners Rachel and P.J. Anderson had prevailed in their challenge to Nashville’s restrictive and unconstitutional limitation on short-term rentals. Unfortunately, instead of doing … ›

Federal legislation takes aim at cronyism

PLF’s Economic Liberty Project sues to protect individuals’ right to earn a living free of needlessly burdensome occupational licensing requirements. As Liberty Blog readers may recall, for instance, our client … ›

Ease occupational licensing, free people to work

Today we filed this comment letter with the FTC describing how easing occupational licensing would give Americans a pathway to prosperity.  The FTC has assembled an Economic Liberty Taskforce dedicated to addressing … ›

White House WOTUS update

We reported here that the Administration had proposed withdrawing the 2015 WOTUS rule as directed by Executive Order. And, that EPA would soon be issuing a new rule defining “waters … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 22, 2017

A case to tweet about! Pushing back against an unfair Clean Water Act prosecution PLF files input letter on GMO labeling law Gnatcatcher notice of intent to sue letter submitted … ›

PLF sues U.S Fish and Wildlife to protect small businesses

There appears to be a universal recognition that small business is the lifeblood of our economy and a necessary component of our way of life: Economic freedom is the foundation … ›

Palm Lane Elementary will finally convert to a charter school

In April, the California Court of Appeal affirmed a victory won by parents of students at Anaheim’s Palm Lane Elementary School. The parents had used California’s “parent trigger” law to … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 29, 2017

Did the government err in going after John Duarte? In Duarte Nursery v. Army Corps of Engineers, we filed a motion to dismiss the Army Corps’ Clean Water Act counterclaim … ›

Duarte Nursery moves to dismiss federal Clean Water Act suit

Earlier this week, PLF clients Duarte Nursery, Inc., and its president John Duarte, moved to dismiss the federal government’s Clean Water Act prosecution against them, on the ground that the … ›

Nashville Airbnb case continues

Back in October we reported that Nashville homeowners Rachel and P.J. Anderson had prevailed in their challenge to Nashville’s restrictive and unconstitutional limitation on short-term rentals. Unfortunately, instead of doing … ›

Federal legislation takes aim at cronyism

PLF’s Economic Liberty Project sues to protect individuals’ right to earn a living free of needlessly burdensome occupational licensing requirements. As Liberty Blog readers may recall, for instance, our client … ›

Ease occupational licensing, free people to work

Today we filed this comment letter with the FTC describing how easing occupational licensing would give Americans a pathway to prosperity.  The FTC has assembled an Economic Liberty Taskforce dedicated to addressing … ›

White House WOTUS update

We reported here that the Administration had proposed withdrawing the 2015 WOTUS rule as directed by Executive Order. And, that EPA would soon be issuing a new rule defining “waters … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 22, 2017

A case to tweet about! Pushing back against an unfair Clean Water Act prosecution PLF files input letter on GMO labeling law Gnatcatcher notice of intent to sue letter submitted … ›