Like a good neighbor…: the Supreme Court must enforce limits on state regulation of interstate commerce

We’ve filed a brief in the Supreme Court, on behalf of PLF, the Cato Institute, National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Legal Center, and Reason Foundation, asking it to … ›

Dragon slayers and fruit pickers

Backwards laws that stifle our economy deserve fresh scrutiny. In a recent paper called “Low-Hanging Fruit Guarded by Dragons,” Brink Lindsey analyzes the evils of regressive regulation, “policies whose primary effect is to inflate … ›

NEPA and Sackett v. EPA

Professor Joel Mintz of Nova Southeastern University has published Sackett v. EPA and Judicial Interpretations of Environmental Statutes:  What Role for NEPA?, in a recent issue of Environmental Law.  Professor Mintz’s thesis … ›

Cato and IJ file brief supporting PLF's petition in milk price restriction lawsuit

Our friends at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice filed this brief today in support of our cert. petition in the case of Hein Hettinga. The brief highlights … ›

Inside baseball on Sackett v. EPA

Now available online is Cato’s 2011-2012 volume of its Supreme Court Review.  In it, you’ll find my article on Sackett v. EPA.  The piece not only discusses the decision and … ›

Sackett and Constitution Day

Last week,  I spoke on a panel at Cato’s annual Constitution Day conference.  The panel’s focus was the Supreme Court’s recently completed term, viewed from a property rights perspective.  I … ›

PLF’s Sandefur to speak at Cato pre-Supreme Court conference on Obamacare

I’ll be participating in the Cato Institute’s conference on the Obamacare cases on March 23—that’s the Friday before the oral arguments, which are scheduled for March 26, 27, and 28. … ›

School Choice Week: The fighters

In honor of School Choice Week, I will be doing a 5-part blog series on school choice. While PLF is prominent in school choice litigation, I thought I would start this … ›

Akaka Bill defeated

Author: Joshua Thompson     Earlier this month, I reported about the efforts of our friends from the Center for Equal Opportunity to defeat the Akaka Bill.  The Akaka Bill would have … ›

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Like a good neighbor…: the Supreme Court must enforce limits on state regulation of interstate commerce

We’ve filed a brief in the Supreme Court, on behalf of PLF, the Cato Institute, National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Legal Center, and Reason Foundation, asking it to … ›

Dragon slayers and fruit pickers

Backwards laws that stifle our economy deserve fresh scrutiny. In a recent paper called “Low-Hanging Fruit Guarded by Dragons,” Brink Lindsey analyzes the evils of regressive regulation, “policies whose primary effect is to inflate … ›

NEPA and Sackett v. EPA

Professor Joel Mintz of Nova Southeastern University has published Sackett v. EPA and Judicial Interpretations of Environmental Statutes:  What Role for NEPA?, in a recent issue of Environmental Law.  Professor Mintz’s thesis … ›

Cato and IJ file brief supporting PLF's petition in milk price restriction lawsuit

Our friends at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice filed this brief today in support of our cert. petition in the case of Hein Hettinga. The brief highlights … ›

Inside baseball on Sackett v. EPA

Now available online is Cato’s 2011-2012 volume of its Supreme Court Review.  In it, you’ll find my article on Sackett v. EPA.  The piece not only discusses the decision and … ›

Sackett and Constitution Day

Last week,  I spoke on a panel at Cato’s annual Constitution Day conference.  The panel’s focus was the Supreme Court’s recently completed term, viewed from a property rights perspective.  I … ›

PLF’s Sandefur to speak at Cato pre-Supreme Court conference on Obamacare

I’ll be participating in the Cato Institute’s conference on the Obamacare cases on March 23—that’s the Friday before the oral arguments, which are scheduled for March 26, 27, and 28. … ›

School Choice Week: The fighters

In honor of School Choice Week, I will be doing a 5-part blog series on school choice. While PLF is prominent in school choice litigation, I thought I would start this … ›

Akaka Bill defeated

Author: Joshua Thompson     Earlier this month, I reported about the efforts of our friends from the Center for Equal Opportunity to defeat the Akaka Bill.  The Akaka Bill would have … ›

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Like a good neighbor…: the Supreme Court must enforce limits on state regulation of interstate commerce

We’ve filed a brief in the Supreme Court, on behalf of PLF, the Cato Institute, National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Legal Center, and Reason Foundation, asking it to … ›

Dragon slayers and fruit pickers

Backwards laws that stifle our economy deserve fresh scrutiny. In a recent paper called “Low-Hanging Fruit Guarded by Dragons,” Brink Lindsey analyzes the evils of regressive regulation, “policies whose primary effect is to inflate … ›

NEPA and Sackett v. EPA

Professor Joel Mintz of Nova Southeastern University has published Sackett v. EPA and Judicial Interpretations of Environmental Statutes:  What Role for NEPA?, in a recent issue of Environmental Law.  Professor Mintz’s thesis … ›

Cato and IJ file brief supporting PLF's petition in milk price restriction lawsuit

Our friends at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice filed this brief today in support of our cert. petition in the case of Hein Hettinga. The brief highlights … ›

Inside baseball on Sackett v. EPA

Now available online is Cato’s 2011-2012 volume of its Supreme Court Review.  In it, you’ll find my article on Sackett v. EPA.  The piece not only discusses the decision and … ›

Sackett and Constitution Day

Last week,  I spoke on a panel at Cato’s annual Constitution Day conference.  The panel’s focus was the Supreme Court’s recently completed term, viewed from a property rights perspective.  I … ›

PLF’s Sandefur to speak at Cato pre-Supreme Court conference on Obamacare

I’ll be participating in the Cato Institute’s conference on the Obamacare cases on March 23—that’s the Friday before the oral arguments, which are scheduled for March 26, 27, and 28. … ›

School Choice Week: The fighters

In honor of School Choice Week, I will be doing a 5-part blog series on school choice. While PLF is prominent in school choice litigation, I thought I would start this … ›

Akaka Bill defeated

Author: Joshua Thompson     Earlier this month, I reported about the efforts of our friends from the Center for Equal Opportunity to defeat the Akaka Bill.  The Akaka Bill would have … ›

Like a good neighbor…: the Supreme Court must enforce limits on state regulation of interstate commerce

We’ve filed a brief in the Supreme Court, on behalf of PLF, the Cato Institute, National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Legal Center, and Reason Foundation, asking it to … ›

Dragon slayers and fruit pickers

Backwards laws that stifle our economy deserve fresh scrutiny. In a recent paper called “Low-Hanging Fruit Guarded by Dragons,” Brink Lindsey analyzes the evils of regressive regulation, “policies whose primary effect is to inflate … ›

NEPA and Sackett v. EPA

Professor Joel Mintz of Nova Southeastern University has published Sackett v. EPA and Judicial Interpretations of Environmental Statutes:  What Role for NEPA?, in a recent issue of Environmental Law.  Professor Mintz’s thesis … ›

Cato and IJ file brief supporting PLF's petition in milk price restriction lawsuit

Our friends at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice filed this brief today in support of our cert. petition in the case of Hein Hettinga. The brief highlights … ›

Inside baseball on Sackett v. EPA

Now available online is Cato’s 2011-2012 volume of its Supreme Court Review.  In it, you’ll find my article on Sackett v. EPA.  The piece not only discusses the decision and … ›

Sackett and Constitution Day

Last week,  I spoke on a panel at Cato’s annual Constitution Day conference.  The panel’s focus was the Supreme Court’s recently completed term, viewed from a property rights perspective.  I … ›

PLF’s Sandefur to speak at Cato pre-Supreme Court conference on Obamacare

I’ll be participating in the Cato Institute’s conference on the Obamacare cases on March 23—that’s the Friday before the oral arguments, which are scheduled for March 26, 27, and 28. … ›

School Choice Week: The fighters

In honor of School Choice Week, I will be doing a 5-part blog series on school choice. While PLF is prominent in school choice litigation, I thought I would start this … ›

Akaka Bill defeated

Author: Joshua Thompson     Earlier this month, I reported about the efforts of our friends from the Center for Equal Opportunity to defeat the Akaka Bill.  The Akaka Bill would have … ›