Remembering Scalia, giant among the courts on Courting Liberty
Members of PLF look at the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and his impact on property rights, views on upholding the constitution and his involvement in some of PLF’s most important victories.
The round table discussion is hosted by PLF Litigation Director Jim Burling, who is joined by PLF DC Executive Director Todd Gaziano, former PLF Attorney and President Bob Best, and PLF Northwest Principal Attorney Brian Hodges.
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One of the most fundamental rights of American citizens is the right to seek redress from illegal government action in a court of law. But the federal government has an arsenal of weapons it wields to deny or curtail this right. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in the government’s attempts to stifle landowner suits challenging federal agency action under the Clean Water Act.