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Family sues over Kentucky’s unconstitutional Competitor’s Veto law

Legacy Medical Transport, LLC and Phillip Truesdell v. Adam Meier, et al.

Phillip Truesdell and his family launched Legacy Medical Transport in 2017 with one ambulance and high hopes of thriving in the wake of job losses. Their hard work paid off—today, their non-emergency ambulance company in Aberdeen, Ohio, has grown to seven vehicles. Located just miles from the Kentucky border, the company often takes clients from ...

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November 14, 2019

Washington Supreme Court rules in Yim v. City of Seattle

Olympia, Washington; November 14, 2019: This morning, the Washington Supreme Court delivered a disappointing ruling for Pacific Legal Foundation clients Chong and MariLyn Yim; Kelly Lyles; Eileen, LLC; the Rental Housing Association of Washington; and property owners across the state in a pair of cases titled Yim v. City of Seattle. The ...

November 13, 2019

California’s “woman quota” targeted in new lawsuit

Sacramento, California; November 13, 2019: A lawsuit filed today challenges California's first-in-the-nation requirement that publicly traded companies have a certain number of women on their boards of directors. "This law puts equal numbers above equal treatment," said Anastasia Boden, a senior attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation. "This law is bu ...

November 12, 2019

Scott Township, PA agrees to settlement in landmark Supreme Court case

Scott Township, Pennsylvania; November 12, 2019: In a case that made it all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, Scott Township, Pennsylvania, agreed last week to rescind an ordinance authorizing public access to Rose Knick's private property. The Township's action follows the Supreme Court's landmark ruling — announced June 21, 2019 — that feder ...

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November 14, 2019

The Hill: Seattle is trying to handcuff landlords — so they’re fighting to protect their rights

On November 14, 2019, the Washington Supreme Court delivered a disappointing decision for the pair of cases titled Yim v. City of Seattle. Earlier this year, Ethan Blevins wrote in The Hill about these cases and Seattle’s ongoing assault on property rights. ~~~ Last week, the Washington Supreme Court heard arguments about the constitutionalit ...

November 11, 2019

The Hill: Tech industry’s massive pledge to affordable housing distracts from the real problem

Last week, Apple joined other big tech companies in tossing loads of cash at California's housing crisis. They outdid Facebook and Google with a whopping pledge of $2.5 billion. The money is split into, among other things, an affordable housing investment fund and construction of affordable units on Apple-owned property. Charity no doubt will help ...

November 04, 2019

The Hill: Free speech rights don’t stop at the voting booth

Voters across the country know tomorrow is Election Day. But what they probably don't know is that when they go to vote, they'll be subject to stringent restrictions on their freedom of speech from the moment they arrive at their polling place. Free speech may be one of our nation's bedrock civil liberties under the ...

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