Hannity will spotlight PLF’s fight against “phantom frog” regulations
August 06, 2013
SACRAMENTO, CA; August 6, 2013: Tonight, Hannity with Sean Hannity, on Fox News Channel, will spotlight one of Pacific Legal Foundation’s legal cases against oppressive environmental regulations — provided there is no breaking news that requires the PLF segment to be rescheduled.
The segment highlights how PLF is challenging a federal land grab for a phantom frog!
In St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, federal officials have imposed restrictions on more than 1,500 acres of private property by labeling the land as “critical habitat” for the dusky gopher frog — even though there aren’t any frogs on the property. In fact, there aren’t any dusky gopher frogs in the entire state!
Among those interviewed on the segment is PLF Principal Attorney M. Reed Hopper.
Hannity with Sean Hannity airs at 9:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. EDT. (6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. PDT).
About Pacific Legal Foundation
Donor-supported Pacific Legal Foundation is the leading legal watchdog organization that litigates for limited government, property rights, and a balanced approach to environmental regulations, in courts across the country.
This year marks PLF’s 40th anniversary. PLF recently won its seventh direct-representation victory at the U.S. Supreme Court for liberty and limited government, in the precedent setting property rights case of Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District.
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Pacific Legal Foundation is a national nonprofit legal organization that defends Americans threatened by government overreach and abuse. Since our founding in 1973, we challenge the government when it violates individual liberty and constitutional rights. With active cases in 34 states plus Washington, D.C., PLF represents clients in state and federal courts, with 14 victories out of 16 cases litigated at the U.S. Supreme Court.