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Fighting for inclusion and fairness in Minnesota

Hear directly from PLF client Kaiden Johnson and his mother, Miranda Lynch, as they explain their willingness to fight for the right that school athletics can’t turn kids away based on their sex.

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Defending property rights and prairie dog conservation from overreaching federal bureaucrats

Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys Jonathan Wood and Damien Schiff have a conversation with Collin Callahan about the Utah prairie dog, a rare species of rodent found in Southwestern Utah. For … ›

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PLF is defending liberty and justice for all

PLF’s Vice President for Litigation Jim Burling hosts a discussion with PLF President and CEO Steven D. Anderson about the dawn of an exciting new time at Pacific Legal Foundation. … ›

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Seattle’s arbitrary and unconstitutional tax on achievement

PLF’s Harold Johnson hosts a discussion with PLF Senior Attorney Brian Hodges about the city of Seattle’s new money making scheme that is certain to effect all Seattle taxpayers. The … ›

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Michigan exploits minor tax debts as an excuse for taking

PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson hosts a discussion with PLF Attorney Christina Martin and Reginald Hill, a Church Deacon at Wayside Church.

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Michigan exploits minor tax debts as an excuse for taking

PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson hosts a discussion with PLF Attorney Christina Martin and Reginald Hill, a Church Deacon at Wayside Church Several small property owners, including Reginald, are turning to the Supreme Court for help after they were victimized by Michigan’s abusive foreclosure law

Their appeal—a petition for certiorari — asks the justices to review and strike down the Michigan General Property Tax Act, which allows local government to sell people’s property for delinquent taxes, and hoard any extra profits for itself

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A victory for common sense

PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson hosts a discussion with PLF Senior Attorney Mark Miller about how officials at Vero Beach High School and the Indian River County School Board have finally withdrawn all punishment of student JP Krause – a rising senior whom they unlawfully penalized for the “offense” of delivering a tongue-in-cheek speech in his successful candidacy for student body president

Vero Beach High School withdrew their order disqualifying him from serving in the post that he won by a landslide On June 19 they announced that they will also rescind their finding that his harmless, humorous speech somehow violated the school’s anti-harassment policy

https://soundcloudcom/courting-liberty/a-victory-for-common-sense

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Vero Beach High School has a First Amendment problem

PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson leads an impassioned discussion with PLF Senior Attorney Mark Miller and PLF client JP Krause about how Vero Beach High School has trampled on JP’s First Amendment rights

PLF has sent a formal letter to officials with Vero Beach High School, calling on them to rescind their unwarranted and unconstitutional punishment of PLF’s client, JP Krause, for the “offense” of delivering a harmless, tongue-in-cheek speech as a candidate for student body president

https://soundcloudcom/courting-liberty/vero-beach-high-school-has-a-first-amendment-problem

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Minnesota’s clothing ban turns voters into criminals

PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson is joined by PLF Attorney Wen Fa and PLF Client Andy Cilek to discuss how The Supreme Court is being asked to review Minnesota’s speech-stifling restrictions on voter apparel

The law tramples free speech rights by forbidding voters from wearing anything to the polls that might be interpreted as even slightly political or ideological, even if it has no relation to any candidate, ballot measure, or political party

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