Zip Kombucha, et al. v. Joan Wilson, et al.

Alaska breweries battle unfair restrictions to restore economic liberty

After a decade of wrangling to bring the state's alcohol laws up to date, not much has changed. Breweries and wineries are now "generously" allowed to host up to four events per year, but only if the proprietor pays a $100 fee per event and obtains a permit. (Games like darts and pool remain strictly prohibited.) These businesses can now stay open ...

Chu, et al. v. Rosa

New York parents fight for equal treatment and educational opportunity in STEP program

If the government wants to fund educational opportunities for children in need, it can do so. What it can't do is use economic need as a way to treat applicants differently based on their race. ...

Jennifer Schultz and Ceanna Johnston v. Washington Vet Board and Secretary of Health

Defending the right to practice horse floating against unreasonable licensing requirements

Floating has a long history of being practiced by professionals who are not veterinarians. Washington should encourage, rather than criminalize, such skilled and caring trained professionals. Washington's overly restrictive law harms horses and unreasonably denies citizens their right to earn a living—a blatant violation of the Washington Constit ...