PLF attorneys discuss the California Raisin case in new article
Earlier this week, PLF attorneys Brian Hodges and Christopher Kieser published a professional commentary in Jurist, discussing the Supreme Court’s decision in the raisin case, Horne v. Department of Agriculture. In it, they argue that Horne provides more evidence that the Court is returning to a common-sense, limited government interpretation of the Takings Clause. The article can be read here.
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