Daily Journal publishes PLF op-ed on bill of attainder case
The op-ed highlights the deficiencies of a California law that excludes two agricultural businesses from statutory protections afforded to every other employer in the State. PLF argued in an amicus brief — and again in this op-ed — that the law violated the “time-honored prohibition against . . . trials by Legislature.”
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