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November 18, 2017

Weekly litigation update — November 18, 2017

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear PLF's First Amendment challenge to political apparel ban, PLF presents oral argument on challenge to access regulation in the Ninth Circuit, and since the Feds get to regulate "species" and "subspecies," shouldn't we have an understandable definition of "species" and "subspecies"? ...

October 14, 2017

Weekly litigation update — October 14, 2017

Oral argument held in WOTUS case The Supreme Court held oral argument this last Wednesday in  National Manufacturers Association v. U.S., a case that our Washington Cattlemen’s Association case had been consolidated into. These cases challenge the Obama administrations “Waters of the United States” rule. At issue in this particu ...

October 07, 2017

Weekly litigation update — October 7, 2017

New lawsuit challenging ESA overreach WOTUS at SCOTUS on Wednesday An end to mobilehome park fight in Palo Alto Opposing another legislative tax-limitation end-run, this time in Arizona Motion for Judgment attacking unconstitutional permit fees New lawsuit challenging ESA overreach This week we filed a complaint challenging the 2016 biological opin ...

April 29, 2017

Weekly litigation report — April 29, 2017

Supreme Court requests further briefing in affordable housing case Victory in Anaheim parent-trigger case Brief opposing EPA regulatory overkill Senate hearing addresses PLF wetlands case WOTUS at SCOTUS Wolf Releases Revived Supreme Court requests further briefing in affordable housing case At least some of the justices at the Supreme Court are in ...

December 03, 2016

Weekly litigation report — December 2, 2016

Right to say you are who you are We filed this complaint on behalf of Peggy Fontenot against the State of Oklahoma. The rub of Fontenot v. Pruitt is that Peggy Fontenot, who is a member of the Patawomeck Indian Tribe, is not allowed to say in Oklahoma that her photographs and artwork are made ...

April 03, 2015

President's weekly report — April 3, 2015

Big day for Liberty — Property rights in California The California Supreme Court will hear arguments this Wednesday, April 8, in California Building Industry Association v. San Jose.  This is the case where the City is demanding that builders of 20 or more market-rate homes contribute three homes to the city’s supply of “affordab ...