Greetings from the Atlantic Center!
On Thursday, our Director of Development Doug Kruse and I will speak at the Florida Farm Bureau‘s Annual Meetings in Orlando about the Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, and PLF‘s crusade to reel in the federal government’s efforts to control private property under the guise of those laws.
That speaking engagement comes close on the heels of Doug and PLF staff attorney Christina Martin‘s visit with the local farm bureaus in north Florida for Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, Jefferson, Taylor, and Columbia Counties earlier this month.
And finally, thanks to the great work of our east-coast in-house PLF press team, especially Kate Pomeroy and Collin Callahan, I have appeared all over this nation’s airwaves this month to talk about PLF’s important work for liberty. You can listen to my appearances on the Andy Caldwell show in Santa Barbara here, the Paul Malloy show in Tampa here, and my appearance on the Zeb at the Ranch radio show in Idaho here.
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