What happens outside of Vegas must stay outside of Vegas?
As we noted last week, PLF is challenging a Nevada law that requires private investigators to keep a “principal place of business” in the state. This law essentially puts up a “keep out” sign at the Nevada border by making it more expensive for P.I.s who live outside the state to compete with Nevada residents. As we argue in our complaint, the Constitution protects the right of all citizens to do business across state lines free of arbitrary or discriminatory burdens. Nevada can’t tell our client Troy Castillo—or people in any profession—that what happens outside of Vegas, must stay outside of Vegas. Check out and share this infographic explaining PLF’s newest economic liberty case, Castillo v. Ingram.
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