PLF at the Supreme Court, Part I on Courting Liberty
PLF attorneys discuss petitions currently before the Supreme Court, including petitions dealing with wetlands, mandatory affordable housing, and the forced merger of parcels for the purpose of avoiding compensating landowners.
In this week’s Courting Liberty Podcast, PLF Director of Litigation Jim Burling leads the discussion on PLF’s petitions with PLF Principal Attorney John Groen, PLF Principal Attorney M. Reed Hopper, and PLF Senior Staff Attorney Tony Francois.
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