An unjust loss for property rights in Florida's Fifth DCA

Earlier today, we learned that Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed a jury award for millions of dollars to a family that had its property rights basically ignored by a small … ›

Florida high school administrators lose sense of humor AND fail constitutional law

“Have we lost our sense of humor?” Whoopi Goldberg, co-host of The View, asked this question when talk turned to how a Florida high school punished a top student for … ›

ICYMI: Fox & Friends welcomed PLF client J.P. Krause

On Sunday morning, the Fox and Friends Weekend morning show on the Fox News Channel welcomed PLF client J.P. Krause, a rising senior at Vero Beach High School, as their guest. J.P., … ›

The EPA tries to evade judicial review. Again.

Earlier this week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its principal brief on behalf of the Marquette County (Michigan) Road Commission in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati. In this … ›

Vero Beach High School has a First Amendment problem

Vero Beach High School, a public high school on the east coast of Florida, has a First Amendment problem. The school failed to respect it. And now a student—J.P. Krause, a … ›

A judiciary full of Scalias

Earlier this week, the White House announced a new slate of federal court nominees, a list which included PLF’s own Damien Schiff. In the Daily Caller, I explain that the President’s list of appointees reflects a President who intends to appoint justices to the lower courts who fit the Scalia mold. No legerdemain here; these appointments demonstrate the President intends to make big league appointments to our federal courts.

Trump Delivers What He Promised On Judicial Appointments

Many Americans voted for Donald Trump because they believed him when he promised to appoint a justice to the Supreme Court of the United States similar in philosophy to the … ›

Short-term home rentals and safe neighborhoods can coexist

This week in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Goldwater Institute‘s Executive Vice-President Christina Sandefur and I encourage Florida cities to stop punishing responsible home owners who share their homes with tourists on a short-term basis. Floridians … ›

Short-term home rentals and safe neighborhoods can coexist

When Americans think of Florida, they think of sun, sand and vacation. The old state tourism jingle, “When you need it bad, we got it good — come to Florida!” … ›

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An unjust loss for property rights in Florida's Fifth DCA

Earlier today, we learned that Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed a jury award for millions of dollars to a family that had its property rights basically ignored by a small … ›

Florida high school administrators lose sense of humor AND fail constitutional law

“Have we lost our sense of humor?” Whoopi Goldberg, co-host of The View, asked this question when talk turned to how a Florida high school punished a top student for … ›

ICYMI: Fox & Friends welcomed PLF client J.P. Krause

On Sunday morning, the Fox and Friends Weekend morning show on the Fox News Channel welcomed PLF client J.P. Krause, a rising senior at Vero Beach High School, as their guest. J.P., … ›

The EPA tries to evade judicial review. Again.

Earlier this week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its principal brief on behalf of the Marquette County (Michigan) Road Commission in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati. In this … ›

Vero Beach High School has a First Amendment problem

Vero Beach High School, a public high school on the east coast of Florida, has a First Amendment problem. The school failed to respect it. And now a student—J.P. Krause, a … ›

A judiciary full of Scalias

Earlier this week, the White House announced a new slate of federal court nominees, a list which included PLF’s own Damien Schiff. In the Daily Caller, I explain that the President’s list of appointees reflects a President who intends to appoint justices to the lower courts who fit the Scalia mold. No legerdemain here; these appointments demonstrate the President intends to make big league appointments to our federal courts.

Trump Delivers What He Promised On Judicial Appointments

Many Americans voted for Donald Trump because they believed him when he promised to appoint a justice to the Supreme Court of the United States similar in philosophy to the … ›

Short-term home rentals and safe neighborhoods can coexist

This week in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Goldwater Institute‘s Executive Vice-President Christina Sandefur and I encourage Florida cities to stop punishing responsible home owners who share their homes with tourists on a short-term basis. Floridians … ›

Short-term home rentals and safe neighborhoods can coexist

When Americans think of Florida, they think of sun, sand and vacation. The old state tourism jingle, “When you need it bad, we got it good — come to Florida!” … ›

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An unjust loss for property rights in Florida's Fifth DCA

Earlier today, we learned that Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed a jury award for millions of dollars to a family that had its property rights basically ignored by a small … ›

Florida high school administrators lose sense of humor AND fail constitutional law

“Have we lost our sense of humor?” Whoopi Goldberg, co-host of The View, asked this question when talk turned to how a Florida high school punished a top student for … ›

ICYMI: Fox & Friends welcomed PLF client J.P. Krause

On Sunday morning, the Fox and Friends Weekend morning show on the Fox News Channel welcomed PLF client J.P. Krause, a rising senior at Vero Beach High School, as their guest. J.P., … ›

The EPA tries to evade judicial review. Again.

Earlier this week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its principal brief on behalf of the Marquette County (Michigan) Road Commission in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati. In this … ›

Vero Beach High School has a First Amendment problem

Vero Beach High School, a public high school on the east coast of Florida, has a First Amendment problem. The school failed to respect it. And now a student—J.P. Krause, a … ›

A judiciary full of Scalias

Earlier this week, the White House announced a new slate of federal court nominees, a list which included PLF’s own Damien Schiff. In the Daily Caller, I explain that the President’s list of appointees reflects a President who intends to appoint justices to the lower courts who fit the Scalia mold. No legerdemain here; these appointments demonstrate the President intends to make big league appointments to our federal courts.

Trump Delivers What He Promised On Judicial Appointments

Many Americans voted for Donald Trump because they believed him when he promised to appoint a justice to the Supreme Court of the United States similar in philosophy to the … ›

Short-term home rentals and safe neighborhoods can coexist

This week in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Goldwater Institute‘s Executive Vice-President Christina Sandefur and I encourage Florida cities to stop punishing responsible home owners who share their homes with tourists on a short-term basis. Floridians … ›

Short-term home rentals and safe neighborhoods can coexist

When Americans think of Florida, they think of sun, sand and vacation. The old state tourism jingle, “When you need it bad, we got it good — come to Florida!” … ›

An unjust loss for property rights in Florida's Fifth DCA

Earlier today, we learned that Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed a jury award for millions of dollars to a family that had its property rights basically ignored by a small … ›

Florida high school administrators lose sense of humor AND fail constitutional law

“Have we lost our sense of humor?” Whoopi Goldberg, co-host of The View, asked this question when talk turned to how a Florida high school punished a top student for … ›

ICYMI: Fox & Friends welcomed PLF client J.P. Krause

On Sunday morning, the Fox and Friends Weekend morning show on the Fox News Channel welcomed PLF client J.P. Krause, a rising senior at Vero Beach High School, as their guest. J.P., … ›

The EPA tries to evade judicial review. Again.

Earlier this week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its principal brief on behalf of the Marquette County (Michigan) Road Commission in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati. In this … ›

Vero Beach High School has a First Amendment problem

Vero Beach High School, a public high school on the east coast of Florida, has a First Amendment problem. The school failed to respect it. And now a student—J.P. Krause, a … ›

A judiciary full of Scalias

Earlier this week, the White House announced a new slate of federal court nominees, a list which included PLF’s own Damien Schiff. In the Daily Caller, I explain that the President’s list of appointees reflects a President who intends to appoint justices to the lower courts who fit the Scalia mold. No legerdemain here; these appointments demonstrate the President intends to make big league appointments to our federal courts.

Trump Delivers What He Promised On Judicial Appointments

Many Americans voted for Donald Trump because they believed him when he promised to appoint a justice to the Supreme Court of the United States similar in philosophy to the … ›

Short-term home rentals and safe neighborhoods can coexist

This week in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Goldwater Institute‘s Executive Vice-President Christina Sandefur and I encourage Florida cities to stop punishing responsible home owners who share their homes with tourists on a short-term basis. Floridians … ›

Short-term home rentals and safe neighborhoods can coexist

When Americans think of Florida, they think of sun, sand and vacation. The old state tourism jingle, “When you need it bad, we got it good — come to Florida!” … ›