A postscript to the Utah prairie dog case: federal agency embraces state-led reform

For decades, a federal agency had forbidden people in southwestern Utah from doing things that most of us take for granted in our own communities, like building homes, starting businesses, … ›

One politician should not have unilateral authority over the use of 640 million acres of public land

Today, PLF filed a brief on behalf of Gregory Yount, a self-employed prospector and miner, that asks the Supreme Court to hear two cases involving the use of federal public … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 31, 2018

Trial court strikes down Seattle’s rule banning landlords from selecting their own tenants PLF asks Supreme Court to clarify “temporary” takings law Florida ends Walton County’s unconstitutional land grab PLF … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 17, 2018

Washington limits the reach of the public trust doctrine. Congress gets an earful on the problems with the federal permitting process Amicus Brief Filed in Challenge to San Francisco’s Discriminatory … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 10, 2018

Supreme Court grants hugely important property rights case! For over thirty years PLF attorneys have been trying to put an end to the infamous “Williamson County” rule that stops property … ›

Weekly litigation update — March 3, 2018

Supreme Court oral argument in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky Ninth Circuit: Unelected bureaucrats can do whatever they want, no matter what the law or facts say. See Chevron. Santa … ›

Balancing the Rights of Washington’s Citizens

This week PLF filed an amicus brief in Washington v. United States, arguing that the United States Supreme Court should overturn the Ninth Circuit’s incorrect reading of the Stevens Treaties. The Ninth Circuit’s reading not only massively expands the Treaties’ traditional interpretation, but it also improperly imposes an environmental servitude on the State of Washington. Instead, we asked the Court to consider a more balanced approach to reading the Treaties, to protect both Indian and non-Indian citizens alike.

Wednesday: PLF argues First Amendment case before the Supreme Court

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear PLF’s First Amendment challenge in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky. The case involves a Minnesota law that allows the government to fine voters … ›

PLF events on Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky

On February 28, PLF will present oral argument in an important First Amendment case before the Supreme Court of the United States. In Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, PLF is … ›

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A postscript to the Utah prairie dog case: federal agency embraces state-led reform

For decades, a federal agency had forbidden people in southwestern Utah from doing things that most of us take for granted in our own communities, like building homes, starting businesses, … ›

One politician should not have unilateral authority over the use of 640 million acres of public land

Today, PLF filed a brief on behalf of Gregory Yount, a self-employed prospector and miner, that asks the Supreme Court to hear two cases involving the use of federal public … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 31, 2018

Trial court strikes down Seattle’s rule banning landlords from selecting their own tenants PLF asks Supreme Court to clarify “temporary” takings law Florida ends Walton County’s unconstitutional land grab PLF … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 17, 2018

Washington limits the reach of the public trust doctrine. Congress gets an earful on the problems with the federal permitting process Amicus Brief Filed in Challenge to San Francisco’s Discriminatory … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 10, 2018

Supreme Court grants hugely important property rights case! For over thirty years PLF attorneys have been trying to put an end to the infamous “Williamson County” rule that stops property … ›

Weekly litigation update — March 3, 2018

Supreme Court oral argument in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky Ninth Circuit: Unelected bureaucrats can do whatever they want, no matter what the law or facts say. See Chevron. Santa … ›

Balancing the Rights of Washington’s Citizens

This week PLF filed an amicus brief in Washington v. United States, arguing that the United States Supreme Court should overturn the Ninth Circuit’s incorrect reading of the Stevens Treaties. The Ninth Circuit’s reading not only massively expands the Treaties’ traditional interpretation, but it also improperly imposes an environmental servitude on the State of Washington. Instead, we asked the Court to consider a more balanced approach to reading the Treaties, to protect both Indian and non-Indian citizens alike.

Wednesday: PLF argues First Amendment case before the Supreme Court

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear PLF’s First Amendment challenge in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky. The case involves a Minnesota law that allows the government to fine voters … ›

PLF events on Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky

On February 28, PLF will present oral argument in an important First Amendment case before the Supreme Court of the United States. In Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, PLF is … ›

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A postscript to the Utah prairie dog case: federal agency embraces state-led reform

For decades, a federal agency had forbidden people in southwestern Utah from doing things that most of us take for granted in our own communities, like building homes, starting businesses, … ›

One politician should not have unilateral authority over the use of 640 million acres of public land

Today, PLF filed a brief on behalf of Gregory Yount, a self-employed prospector and miner, that asks the Supreme Court to hear two cases involving the use of federal public … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 31, 2018

Trial court strikes down Seattle’s rule banning landlords from selecting their own tenants PLF asks Supreme Court to clarify “temporary” takings law Florida ends Walton County’s unconstitutional land grab PLF … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 17, 2018

Washington limits the reach of the public trust doctrine. Congress gets an earful on the problems with the federal permitting process Amicus Brief Filed in Challenge to San Francisco’s Discriminatory … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 10, 2018

Supreme Court grants hugely important property rights case! For over thirty years PLF attorneys have been trying to put an end to the infamous “Williamson County” rule that stops property … ›

Weekly litigation update — March 3, 2018

Supreme Court oral argument in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky Ninth Circuit: Unelected bureaucrats can do whatever they want, no matter what the law or facts say. See Chevron. Santa … ›

Balancing the Rights of Washington’s Citizens

This week PLF filed an amicus brief in Washington v. United States, arguing that the United States Supreme Court should overturn the Ninth Circuit’s incorrect reading of the Stevens Treaties. The Ninth Circuit’s reading not only massively expands the Treaties’ traditional interpretation, but it also improperly imposes an environmental servitude on the State of Washington. Instead, we asked the Court to consider a more balanced approach to reading the Treaties, to protect both Indian and non-Indian citizens alike.

Wednesday: PLF argues First Amendment case before the Supreme Court

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear PLF’s First Amendment challenge in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky. The case involves a Minnesota law that allows the government to fine voters … ›

PLF events on Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky

On February 28, PLF will present oral argument in an important First Amendment case before the Supreme Court of the United States. In Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, PLF is … ›

A postscript to the Utah prairie dog case: federal agency embraces state-led reform

For decades, a federal agency had forbidden people in southwestern Utah from doing things that most of us take for granted in our own communities, like building homes, starting businesses, … ›

One politician should not have unilateral authority over the use of 640 million acres of public land

Today, PLF filed a brief on behalf of Gregory Yount, a self-employed prospector and miner, that asks the Supreme Court to hear two cases involving the use of federal public … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 31, 2018

Trial court strikes down Seattle’s rule banning landlords from selecting their own tenants PLF asks Supreme Court to clarify “temporary” takings law Florida ends Walton County’s unconstitutional land grab PLF … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 17, 2018

Washington limits the reach of the public trust doctrine. Congress gets an earful on the problems with the federal permitting process Amicus Brief Filed in Challenge to San Francisco’s Discriminatory … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 10, 2018

Supreme Court grants hugely important property rights case! For over thirty years PLF attorneys have been trying to put an end to the infamous “Williamson County” rule that stops property … ›

Weekly litigation update — March 3, 2018

Supreme Court oral argument in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky Ninth Circuit: Unelected bureaucrats can do whatever they want, no matter what the law or facts say. See Chevron. Santa … ›

Balancing the Rights of Washington’s Citizens

This week PLF filed an amicus brief in Washington v. United States, arguing that the United States Supreme Court should overturn the Ninth Circuit’s incorrect reading of the Stevens Treaties. The Ninth Circuit’s reading not only massively expands the Treaties’ traditional interpretation, but it also improperly imposes an environmental servitude on the State of Washington. Instead, we asked the Court to consider a more balanced approach to reading the Treaties, to protect both Indian and non-Indian citizens alike.

Wednesday: PLF argues First Amendment case before the Supreme Court

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear PLF’s First Amendment challenge in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky. The case involves a Minnesota law that allows the government to fine voters … ›

PLF events on Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky

On February 28, PLF will present oral argument in an important First Amendment case before the Supreme Court of the United States. In Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, PLF is … ›