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By David J. Deerson

PLF files Answering Brief in Center for Biological Diversity v. Zinke

Today, PLF filed our Answering Brief in the Ninth Circuit in the case of Center for Biological Diversity v. Zinke urging the court to affirm the District of Alaska’s dismissal. During the … ›

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By Kathy Hoekstra

Ms. Knick goes to Washington. Again.

When you first meet Rose Knick, you’re hard-pressed to find evidence that she could trigger a true property rights renaissance across the country. That was certainly the case for the … ›

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By Erin Wilcox

Time’s up for exclusive representation

Exclusive representation is the rule that gives unions a monopoly on talking to employers on behalf of all employees in a workplace. It’s also a rule whose time has come. … ›

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By James S. Burling

Weekly litigation update — January 12, 2019

Washington Supreme Court spurns Seattle’s tax gamble Washington State is one of a handful of states that characterizes individual income as private property, subject to the same protections as all … ›

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By Christina M. Martin

Southwest ranchers are fighting back against federal bureaucrats’ abusive word games

Making a living ranching or farming in the harsh desert lands of American southwest is demanding enough. But federal bureaucrats have managed to make it even harder by playing word … ›

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By Caleb R. Trotter

Home-sharing is an economic boon. So why are cities trying to stamp it out?

Last year, Iowa property owners earned a cool $9.3 million renting out their properties through the popular home-sharing service Airbnb. That’s $9.3 million that helps the owners to pay mortgages … ›

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By James S. Burling

Weekly litigation report — January 5, 2019

PLF files opposition to summary judgment in suit to protect happy hour speech Since PLF client Geoff Tracy filed his lawsuit to strike down Virginia’s ban on Happy Hour advertising, … ›

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By Timothy R. Snowball

Government Shutdown: Fake News!

It seems like every week the mainstream media announces a new crisis facing the country. First, we were told that the election of Donald Trump as president would “literally” destroy … ›

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By Christina M. Martin

Former homeowner fights Gratiot County’s theft of home

In 2017, officials in Gratiot County, Michigan, seized Donald Freed’s $97,000 home to pay an overdue tax debt of $1,100. The county sold his property at auction for $42,000 and … ›

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