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By Timothy R. Snowball

Government Shutdown: Fake News!

It seems like every week the mainstream media announces a new crisis facing the country. First, we were told that the election of Donald Trump as president would “literally” destroy ... ›

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By Christina M. Martin

Former homeowner fights Gratiot County’s theft of home

In 2017, officials in Gratiot County, Michigan, seized Donald Freed’s $97,000 home to pay an overdue tax debt of $1,100. The county sold his property at auction for $42,000 and ... ›

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By Deborah J. La Fetra

End discrimination against corporate speech

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” In Animal Farm, George Orwell described the hypocrisy of governments that proclaim the equality of their citizens but ... ›

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By James S. Burling

Weekly litigation report — December 22, 2018

PLF asks Supreme Court to hear Alaska permafrost case This week, PLF filed a petition asking the United States Supreme Court to review Tin Cup, LLC v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, ... ›

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By Anastasia P. Boden

There’s no evidence that truthful happy hour advertising sends Virginians into a binge fest

We’ve finally made it to the merits in our happy hour advertising lawsuit against Virginia’s absurd censorship regime. It’s been a struggle. As I detailed in the Washington Post, the ... ›

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By Erin Wilcox

Water rights are property rights too!

Stanford Vina Ranch Irrigation Company is a California non-profit water company that has been lawfully using water from Deer Creek for irrigation since 1862. When drought struck the state in ... ›

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By David J. Deerson

Let’s make Tennessee’s protectionist alcohol policies a thing of the past

You’ve just moved to Tennessee, hoping to realize your entrepreneurial dream of opening your own liquor store. Sorry, but you’re out of luck: the Volunteer State refuses to issue a ... ›

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By Daniel M. Ortner

PLF urges Supreme Court to keep government hands off the internet in free speech case

If you care about issues like free speech and private property rights, keep an eye on the case of Manhattan Community Access Corp. v. Halleck, currently before the U.S. Supreme ... ›

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Florida Has Terrible Regulations for Selling Hearing Aids, So We’re Suing

In Florida, you need a license to sell hearing aids. Dan Taylor of Melbourne, Florida, gave up his license after 30 years, because Florida’s outdated regulations were made for older … ›

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Dance prodigy Freddie Linden — banned from dance because of discriminatory ‘girls only’ rule

15-year-old dance prodigy Freddie Linden — banned from school dance teams by South Dakota’s discriminatory ‘girls only’ policy.

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PLF’s First Amendment battle heads to the U.S. Supreme Court

The Supreme Court announced that it will hear a First Amendment challenge to Minnesota’s sweeping, speech-stifling restrictions on what can be worn while voting. In this week’s episode of PLF’s Courting Liberty podcast, hear from case attorney Wen Fa and client Andy Cilek as they break down the importance and gravity of their fight for free speech.

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Seattle decides to continue to violate the First Amendment

In this week’s episode of PLF’s Courting Liberty podcast, hear from case attorney Ethan Blevins about this decision and how First Amendment rights include both the right to speak and the right not to speak.

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