California should turn to markets to solve its water woes

Originally published by the The Hill June 30, 2018. After a brief reprieve, California once again is entering a drought. Having just climbed out of the state’s worst drought in centuries, … ›

Land ahoy! Fishermen challenge presidential designations of ocean monuments

Originally published by the Washington Examiner June 30, 2018. This month, the Antiquities Act turned 112 years old. Originally conceived to protect Native American artifacts in the Southwest, the law … ›

Free speech wins again at the high court

Originally published by the The Hill June 27, 2018. On Tuesday the Supreme Court came down on the side of free speech and freedom of thought in NIFLA v. Becerra, a closely-watched case … ›

Time to repeal and replace unconstitutional federal waters rule

Originally published by the The Hill June 25, 2018. The Obama administration’s embattled “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule, which expanded the scope of the federal Clean Water Act, lingers on … ›

Bill to protect work licenses of student loan debtors is welcome development

Originally published by The Hill June 22, 2018. Americans owe nearly $1.5 trillion in student loans, with the average borrower owing around $30,000. Unfortunately, because of a number of factors, about 5 million Americans are … ›

Supreme Court polling place dress code decision is victory for free speech

Originally published by The Hill June 14, 2018. In striking down a Minnesota law that bans voters from wearing clothing featuring political views, the Supreme Court has delivered a critical … ›

Why state needs to follow endangered species review mandate

Originally published by Capital Press June 11, 2018. Under the California Endangered Species Act (CESA), the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is required to conduct status reviews of … ›

Make environmental regulations sensible again

Originally published by The Hill June 12, 2018. In one of his first executive actions after moving into the White House, President Trump declared war on harmful, job-killing regulations. Indeed, according to the … ›

Diversity quotas: New name, same discrimination

Originally published in the New Haven Register June 10, 2018. In 1967, the Supreme Court struck down a Virginia law banning interracial marriages, on the grounds that the ban violated … ›

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California should turn to markets to solve its water woes

Originally published by the The Hill June 30, 2018. After a brief reprieve, California once again is entering a drought. Having just climbed out of the state’s worst drought in centuries, … ›

Land ahoy! Fishermen challenge presidential designations of ocean monuments

Originally published by the Washington Examiner June 30, 2018. This month, the Antiquities Act turned 112 years old. Originally conceived to protect Native American artifacts in the Southwest, the law … ›

Free speech wins again at the high court

Originally published by the The Hill June 27, 2018. On Tuesday the Supreme Court came down on the side of free speech and freedom of thought in NIFLA v. Becerra, a closely-watched case … ›

Time to repeal and replace unconstitutional federal waters rule

Originally published by the The Hill June 25, 2018. The Obama administration’s embattled “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule, which expanded the scope of the federal Clean Water Act, lingers on … ›

Bill to protect work licenses of student loan debtors is welcome development

Originally published by The Hill June 22, 2018. Americans owe nearly $1.5 trillion in student loans, with the average borrower owing around $30,000. Unfortunately, because of a number of factors, about 5 million Americans are … ›

Supreme Court polling place dress code decision is victory for free speech

Originally published by The Hill June 14, 2018. In striking down a Minnesota law that bans voters from wearing clothing featuring political views, the Supreme Court has delivered a critical … ›

Why state needs to follow endangered species review mandate

Originally published by Capital Press June 11, 2018. Under the California Endangered Species Act (CESA), the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is required to conduct status reviews of … ›

Make environmental regulations sensible again

Originally published by The Hill June 12, 2018. In one of his first executive actions after moving into the White House, President Trump declared war on harmful, job-killing regulations. Indeed, according to the … ›

Diversity quotas: New name, same discrimination

Originally published in the New Haven Register June 10, 2018. In 1967, the Supreme Court struck down a Virginia law banning interracial marriages, on the grounds that the ban violated … ›

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California should turn to markets to solve its water woes

Originally published by the The Hill June 30, 2018. After a brief reprieve, California once again is entering a drought. Having just climbed out of the state’s worst drought in centuries, … ›

Land ahoy! Fishermen challenge presidential designations of ocean monuments

Originally published by the Washington Examiner June 30, 2018. This month, the Antiquities Act turned 112 years old. Originally conceived to protect Native American artifacts in the Southwest, the law … ›

Free speech wins again at the high court

Originally published by the The Hill June 27, 2018. On Tuesday the Supreme Court came down on the side of free speech and freedom of thought in NIFLA v. Becerra, a closely-watched case … ›

Time to repeal and replace unconstitutional federal waters rule

Originally published by the The Hill June 25, 2018. The Obama administration’s embattled “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule, which expanded the scope of the federal Clean Water Act, lingers on … ›

Bill to protect work licenses of student loan debtors is welcome development

Originally published by The Hill June 22, 2018. Americans owe nearly $1.5 trillion in student loans, with the average borrower owing around $30,000. Unfortunately, because of a number of factors, about 5 million Americans are … ›

Supreme Court polling place dress code decision is victory for free speech

Originally published by The Hill June 14, 2018. In striking down a Minnesota law that bans voters from wearing clothing featuring political views, the Supreme Court has delivered a critical … ›

Why state needs to follow endangered species review mandate

Originally published by Capital Press June 11, 2018. Under the California Endangered Species Act (CESA), the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is required to conduct status reviews of … ›

Make environmental regulations sensible again

Originally published by The Hill June 12, 2018. In one of his first executive actions after moving into the White House, President Trump declared war on harmful, job-killing regulations. Indeed, according to the … ›

Diversity quotas: New name, same discrimination

Originally published in the New Haven Register June 10, 2018. In 1967, the Supreme Court struck down a Virginia law banning interracial marriages, on the grounds that the ban violated … ›

California should turn to markets to solve its water woes

Originally published by the The Hill June 30, 2018. After a brief reprieve, California once again is entering a drought. Having just climbed out of the state’s worst drought in centuries, … ›

Land ahoy! Fishermen challenge presidential designations of ocean monuments

Originally published by the Washington Examiner June 30, 2018. This month, the Antiquities Act turned 112 years old. Originally conceived to protect Native American artifacts in the Southwest, the law … ›

Free speech wins again at the high court

Originally published by the The Hill June 27, 2018. On Tuesday the Supreme Court came down on the side of free speech and freedom of thought in NIFLA v. Becerra, a closely-watched case … ›

Time to repeal and replace unconstitutional federal waters rule

Originally published by the The Hill June 25, 2018. The Obama administration’s embattled “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule, which expanded the scope of the federal Clean Water Act, lingers on … ›

Bill to protect work licenses of student loan debtors is welcome development

Originally published by The Hill June 22, 2018. Americans owe nearly $1.5 trillion in student loans, with the average borrower owing around $30,000. Unfortunately, because of a number of factors, about 5 million Americans are … ›

Supreme Court polling place dress code decision is victory for free speech

Originally published by The Hill June 14, 2018. In striking down a Minnesota law that bans voters from wearing clothing featuring political views, the Supreme Court has delivered a critical … ›

Why state needs to follow endangered species review mandate

Originally published by Capital Press June 11, 2018. Under the California Endangered Species Act (CESA), the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is required to conduct status reviews of … ›

Make environmental regulations sensible again

Originally published by The Hill June 12, 2018. In one of his first executive actions after moving into the White House, President Trump declared war on harmful, job-killing regulations. Indeed, according to the … ›

Diversity quotas: New name, same discrimination

Originally published in the New Haven Register June 10, 2018. In 1967, the Supreme Court struck down a Virginia law banning interracial marriages, on the grounds that the ban violated … ›