Kevin Desormeaux

Digital Content Manager

Sacramento

Kevin joined the PLF Communications Team in March, 2015, as Digital Content Manager.  In his position he is responsible for the design, content, and management of PLF’s Website.

Kevin works closely with the other members of PLF’s communications team in optimizing the non-profit foundation’s on-line information, digital communications, and social media activities, which support the foundation’s legal and development teams.

He has considerable experience in digital entertainment, visual communications, social media, and marketing.

Before joining PLF, he served as the graphic designer and content editor for Firehive Studio in Tracy, CA.  He has performed design and marketing for several businesses in central California.

He holds a bachelors degree from the ITT Technical Institute in Lathrop, where he also served as an instructor of the Adobe Creative Suite.

His hobbies include photography, film, and radio production.

Kevin joined the PLF Communications Team in March, 2015, as Digital Content Manager.  In his position he is responsible for the design, content, and management of PLF’s Website.

Kevin works closely with the other members of PLF’s communications team in optimizing the non-profit foundation’s on-line information, digital communications, and social media activities, which support the foundation’s legal and development teams.

He has considerable experience in digital entertainment, visual communications, social media, and marketing.

Before joining PLF, he served as the graphic designer and content editor for Firehive Studio in Tracy, CA.  He has performed design and marketing for several businesses in central California.

He holds a bachelors degree from the ITT Technical Institute in Lathrop, where he also served as an instructor of the Adobe Creative Suite.

His hobbies include photography, film, and radio production.

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By Kevin Desormeaux

Justices asked to ensure the EPA’s victims their day in court

The Supreme Court was urged today not to allow the EPA to place itself above the law by arbitrarily restricting judicial review of its regulations.

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Kaiden Johnson—Teen Dancer Kicked Out of Competition for Being a Boy

Kaiden Johnson loves competitive dance, and he is a valued member of the varsity dance team at Superior High School in Superior, Wisconsin But the team primarily competes against high schools across the river in Duluth, Minnesota—and the Minnesota State High School League has a “girls only” policy for dance teams

In response, Pacific Legal Foundation is demanding that the Minnesota State High School League end its “girls only” policy for dance teams, so that Kaiden, and any other boy, can compete in high school dance

PLF’s letter to the league, submitted today, warns that if the discriminatory policy is not rescinded, PLF will challenge it on Kaiden’s behalf to vindicate

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Fighting for inclusion and fairness in Minnesota

Hear directly from PLF client Kaiden Johnson and his mother, Miranda Lynch, as they explain their willingness to fight for the right that school athletics can’t turn kids away based on their sex.

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PLF is defending liberty and justice for all

PLF’s Vice President for Litigation Jim Burling hosts a discussion with PLF President and CEO Steven D. Anderson about the dawn of an exciting new time at Pacific Legal Foundation. … ›

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Seattle’s arbitrary and unconstitutional tax on achievement

PLF’s Harold Johnson hosts a discussion with PLF Senior Attorney Brian Hodges about the city of Seattle’s new money making scheme that is certain to effect all Seattle taxpayers. The … ›

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Pacific Legal Foundation Applauds Administration’s Monument Review

Department of Interior and Secretary Zinke announced the conclusion of an extensive, public review of national monuments August 24, 2017 The agency has not disclosed its recommendations for individual monuments, which will be made public after the President reviews them

But the report leaves no doubt that past Antiquities Act abuse has been a serious problem and that President Trump has the authority to modify existing monument boundaries, including significant reductions in size if necessary or appropriate to comply with the text and purpose of the Act

 

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