PLF files renewed motion to dismiss in lawsuit that challenges use of the Congressional Review Act

Today, PLF filed a renewed motion to dismiss in Center for Biological Diversity v. Zinke, a case that challenges Congress’ use of the Congressional Review Act to overturn a Department … ›

Helping cottage food vendors out of an Alaskan pickle

PLF receives requests for assistance all the time. Although any request may turn into a major civil rights lawsuit, we must turn down the vast majority of these requests. PLF subsists … ›

President's weekly report — March 25, 2016

Property Rights — Coy Koontz gets paid!!!!  In the “you can’t get something for nothing” category, the St. Johns Water Management District finally paid the Coy Koontz estate $602,000 for … ›

President's weekly report — January 22, 2016

We’re from the Government and we’re doing you a favor That is essentially the government’s theme in its opening brief in Hawkes v. United States, our wetlands jurisdiction case at the … ›

Supreme Court justices consider National Park Service control of private and state property

It is ice cold under sunny skies in the nation’s capitol today, as Washington DC braces for yet another storm of the century this coming weekend. It is a fitting … ›

Supreme Court will decide the reach of federal control over Alaska

The Supreme Court will soon decide how much control federal agencies can exercise over Alaska’s lands and waters. A California-sized chunk of the state sits within federal “conservation system units.” These … ›

PLF files amicus brief in Supreme Court in support of State of Alaska

The State of Alaska has asked the United States Supreme Court to review a decision of the Ninth Circuit which says that the federal government, instead of the state, has … ›

Alaska to sue over polar bear habitat designation

Author:  Reed Hopper In almost all cases, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service overstates Critical Habitat for threatened and endangered species.  This is because the Service is unwilling or unable … ›

Alaska takes aim at polar bear critical habitat

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The State of Alaska announced today that it intends to sue the Fish and Wildlife Service over the agency's 180,000 square mile plus designation of critical habitat … ›

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PLF files renewed motion to dismiss in lawsuit that challenges use of the Congressional Review Act

Today, PLF filed a renewed motion to dismiss in Center for Biological Diversity v. Zinke, a case that challenges Congress’ use of the Congressional Review Act to overturn a Department … ›

Helping cottage food vendors out of an Alaskan pickle

PLF receives requests for assistance all the time. Although any request may turn into a major civil rights lawsuit, we must turn down the vast majority of these requests. PLF subsists … ›

President's weekly report — March 25, 2016

Property Rights — Coy Koontz gets paid!!!!  In the “you can’t get something for nothing” category, the St. Johns Water Management District finally paid the Coy Koontz estate $602,000 for … ›

President's weekly report — January 22, 2016

We’re from the Government and we’re doing you a favor That is essentially the government’s theme in its opening brief in Hawkes v. United States, our wetlands jurisdiction case at the … ›

Supreme Court justices consider National Park Service control of private and state property

It is ice cold under sunny skies in the nation’s capitol today, as Washington DC braces for yet another storm of the century this coming weekend. It is a fitting … ›

Supreme Court will decide the reach of federal control over Alaska

The Supreme Court will soon decide how much control federal agencies can exercise over Alaska’s lands and waters. A California-sized chunk of the state sits within federal “conservation system units.” These … ›

PLF files amicus brief in Supreme Court in support of State of Alaska

The State of Alaska has asked the United States Supreme Court to review a decision of the Ninth Circuit which says that the federal government, instead of the state, has … ›

Alaska to sue over polar bear habitat designation

Author:  Reed Hopper In almost all cases, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service overstates Critical Habitat for threatened and endangered species.  This is because the Service is unwilling or unable … ›

Alaska takes aim at polar bear critical habitat

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The State of Alaska announced today that it intends to sue the Fish and Wildlife Service over the agency's 180,000 square mile plus designation of critical habitat … ›

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PLF files renewed motion to dismiss in lawsuit that challenges use of the Congressional Review Act

Today, PLF filed a renewed motion to dismiss in Center for Biological Diversity v. Zinke, a case that challenges Congress’ use of the Congressional Review Act to overturn a Department … ›

Helping cottage food vendors out of an Alaskan pickle

PLF receives requests for assistance all the time. Although any request may turn into a major civil rights lawsuit, we must turn down the vast majority of these requests. PLF subsists … ›

President's weekly report — March 25, 2016

Property Rights — Coy Koontz gets paid!!!!  In the “you can’t get something for nothing” category, the St. Johns Water Management District finally paid the Coy Koontz estate $602,000 for … ›

President's weekly report — January 22, 2016

We’re from the Government and we’re doing you a favor That is essentially the government’s theme in its opening brief in Hawkes v. United States, our wetlands jurisdiction case at the … ›

Supreme Court justices consider National Park Service control of private and state property

It is ice cold under sunny skies in the nation’s capitol today, as Washington DC braces for yet another storm of the century this coming weekend. It is a fitting … ›

Supreme Court will decide the reach of federal control over Alaska

The Supreme Court will soon decide how much control federal agencies can exercise over Alaska’s lands and waters. A California-sized chunk of the state sits within federal “conservation system units.” These … ›

PLF files amicus brief in Supreme Court in support of State of Alaska

The State of Alaska has asked the United States Supreme Court to review a decision of the Ninth Circuit which says that the federal government, instead of the state, has … ›

Alaska to sue over polar bear habitat designation

Author:  Reed Hopper In almost all cases, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service overstates Critical Habitat for threatened and endangered species.  This is because the Service is unwilling or unable … ›

Alaska takes aim at polar bear critical habitat

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The State of Alaska announced today that it intends to sue the Fish and Wildlife Service over the agency's 180,000 square mile plus designation of critical habitat … ›

PLF files renewed motion to dismiss in lawsuit that challenges use of the Congressional Review Act

Today, PLF filed a renewed motion to dismiss in Center for Biological Diversity v. Zinke, a case that challenges Congress’ use of the Congressional Review Act to overturn a Department … ›

Helping cottage food vendors out of an Alaskan pickle

PLF receives requests for assistance all the time. Although any request may turn into a major civil rights lawsuit, we must turn down the vast majority of these requests. PLF subsists … ›

President's weekly report — March 25, 2016

Property Rights — Coy Koontz gets paid!!!!  In the “you can’t get something for nothing” category, the St. Johns Water Management District finally paid the Coy Koontz estate $602,000 for … ›

President's weekly report — January 22, 2016

We’re from the Government and we’re doing you a favor That is essentially the government’s theme in its opening brief in Hawkes v. United States, our wetlands jurisdiction case at the … ›

Supreme Court justices consider National Park Service control of private and state property

It is ice cold under sunny skies in the nation’s capitol today, as Washington DC braces for yet another storm of the century this coming weekend. It is a fitting … ›

Supreme Court will decide the reach of federal control over Alaska

The Supreme Court will soon decide how much control federal agencies can exercise over Alaska’s lands and waters. A California-sized chunk of the state sits within federal “conservation system units.” These … ›

PLF files amicus brief in Supreme Court in support of State of Alaska

The State of Alaska has asked the United States Supreme Court to review a decision of the Ninth Circuit which says that the federal government, instead of the state, has … ›

Alaska to sue over polar bear habitat designation

Author:  Reed Hopper In almost all cases, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service overstates Critical Habitat for threatened and endangered species.  This is because the Service is unwilling or unable … ›

Alaska takes aim at polar bear critical habitat

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The State of Alaska announced today that it intends to sue the Fish and Wildlife Service over the agency's 180,000 square mile plus designation of critical habitat … ›