PLF's message to water rally: TVA v Hill's days are numbered

Last Friday I spoke at the Take Back Our Water rally in Mendota, California. The theme of almost every speaker on the dais was that the use of the Endangered … ›

Why do they celebrate when they take our property rights away?

Last Friday I attended a meeting of the Central Valley Flood Protection Board.  The Board unanimously approved a plan that has received both national and local coverage.  The plan will … ›

One step forward, two steps back for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The story of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the valley elderberry longhorn beetle is a frustrating one, demonstrating the absurd realities of federal environmental regulation and putting to … ›

"Time For Congress to Listen And Act?" Let's hope, for the farmers' sake, they mean it

Author:  Anne Hayes On Monday, the House Natural Resources Committee Subcommittee on Water and Power will be holding a field hearing in Fresno, California titled "Creating Jobs by Overcoming Man-Made … ›

Zingers from Judge Wanger

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Judge Oliver Wanger of the Eastern District of Sacramento overturned the Delta Smelt biological opinion imposing severe water cutbacks on Central Valley farms and … ›

The people win, junk science loses

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Below is PLF's press release applauding Judge Wanger's favorable ruling today in The Consolidated Delta Smelt Cases.

Our federal government: quick to regulate, slow to liberate

Author: Brandon Middleton You may recall that Pacific Legal Foundation recently filed a petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, asking the agency to remove the valley elderberry longhorn … ›

The Endangered Species Act and the importance of Sean Hannity

Author: Brandon Middleton Judging by the reaction of some environmentalists, you might think that Sean Hannity's visit to the Central Valley last month was the beginning of the end. According … ›

Real failure: Obama administration refuses to admit that the ESA is hurting the Central Valley

Author: Brandon Middleton The Obama administration has previously had trouble admitting that the Endangered Species act has prevented water from flowing to the Central Valley. The last week has seen … ›

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PLF's message to water rally: TVA v Hill's days are numbered

Last Friday I spoke at the Take Back Our Water rally in Mendota, California. The theme of almost every speaker on the dais was that the use of the Endangered … ›

Why do they celebrate when they take our property rights away?

Last Friday I attended a meeting of the Central Valley Flood Protection Board.  The Board unanimously approved a plan that has received both national and local coverage.  The plan will … ›

One step forward, two steps back for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The story of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the valley elderberry longhorn beetle is a frustrating one, demonstrating the absurd realities of federal environmental regulation and putting to … ›

"Time For Congress to Listen And Act?" Let's hope, for the farmers' sake, they mean it

Author:  Anne Hayes On Monday, the House Natural Resources Committee Subcommittee on Water and Power will be holding a field hearing in Fresno, California titled "Creating Jobs by Overcoming Man-Made … ›

Zingers from Judge Wanger

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Judge Oliver Wanger of the Eastern District of Sacramento overturned the Delta Smelt biological opinion imposing severe water cutbacks on Central Valley farms and … ›

The people win, junk science loses

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Below is PLF's press release applauding Judge Wanger's favorable ruling today in The Consolidated Delta Smelt Cases.

Our federal government: quick to regulate, slow to liberate

Author: Brandon Middleton You may recall that Pacific Legal Foundation recently filed a petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, asking the agency to remove the valley elderberry longhorn … ›

The Endangered Species Act and the importance of Sean Hannity

Author: Brandon Middleton Judging by the reaction of some environmentalists, you might think that Sean Hannity's visit to the Central Valley last month was the beginning of the end. According … ›

Real failure: Obama administration refuses to admit that the ESA is hurting the Central Valley

Author: Brandon Middleton The Obama administration has previously had trouble admitting that the Endangered Species act has prevented water from flowing to the Central Valley. The last week has seen … ›

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PLF's message to water rally: TVA v Hill's days are numbered

Last Friday I spoke at the Take Back Our Water rally in Mendota, California. The theme of almost every speaker on the dais was that the use of the Endangered … ›

Why do they celebrate when they take our property rights away?

Last Friday I attended a meeting of the Central Valley Flood Protection Board.  The Board unanimously approved a plan that has received both national and local coverage.  The plan will … ›

One step forward, two steps back for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The story of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the valley elderberry longhorn beetle is a frustrating one, demonstrating the absurd realities of federal environmental regulation and putting to … ›

"Time For Congress to Listen And Act?" Let's hope, for the farmers' sake, they mean it

Author:  Anne Hayes On Monday, the House Natural Resources Committee Subcommittee on Water and Power will be holding a field hearing in Fresno, California titled "Creating Jobs by Overcoming Man-Made … ›

Zingers from Judge Wanger

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Judge Oliver Wanger of the Eastern District of Sacramento overturned the Delta Smelt biological opinion imposing severe water cutbacks on Central Valley farms and … ›

The people win, junk science loses

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Below is PLF's press release applauding Judge Wanger's favorable ruling today in The Consolidated Delta Smelt Cases.

Our federal government: quick to regulate, slow to liberate

Author: Brandon Middleton You may recall that Pacific Legal Foundation recently filed a petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, asking the agency to remove the valley elderberry longhorn … ›

The Endangered Species Act and the importance of Sean Hannity

Author: Brandon Middleton Judging by the reaction of some environmentalists, you might think that Sean Hannity's visit to the Central Valley last month was the beginning of the end. According … ›

Real failure: Obama administration refuses to admit that the ESA is hurting the Central Valley

Author: Brandon Middleton The Obama administration has previously had trouble admitting that the Endangered Species act has prevented water from flowing to the Central Valley. The last week has seen … ›

PLF's message to water rally: TVA v Hill's days are numbered

Last Friday I spoke at the Take Back Our Water rally in Mendota, California. The theme of almost every speaker on the dais was that the use of the Endangered … ›

Why do they celebrate when they take our property rights away?

Last Friday I attended a meeting of the Central Valley Flood Protection Board.  The Board unanimously approved a plan that has received both national and local coverage.  The plan will … ›

One step forward, two steps back for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The story of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the valley elderberry longhorn beetle is a frustrating one, demonstrating the absurd realities of federal environmental regulation and putting to … ›

"Time For Congress to Listen And Act?" Let's hope, for the farmers' sake, they mean it

Author:  Anne Hayes On Monday, the House Natural Resources Committee Subcommittee on Water and Power will be holding a field hearing in Fresno, California titled "Creating Jobs by Overcoming Man-Made … ›

Zingers from Judge Wanger

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, Judge Oliver Wanger of the Eastern District of Sacramento overturned the Delta Smelt biological opinion imposing severe water cutbacks on Central Valley farms and … ›

The people win, junk science loses

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Below is PLF's press release applauding Judge Wanger's favorable ruling today in The Consolidated Delta Smelt Cases.

Our federal government: quick to regulate, slow to liberate

Author: Brandon Middleton You may recall that Pacific Legal Foundation recently filed a petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, asking the agency to remove the valley elderberry longhorn … ›

The Endangered Species Act and the importance of Sean Hannity

Author: Brandon Middleton Judging by the reaction of some environmentalists, you might think that Sean Hannity's visit to the Central Valley last month was the beginning of the end. According … ›

Real failure: Obama administration refuses to admit that the ESA is hurting the Central Valley

Author: Brandon Middleton The Obama administration has previously had trouble admitting that the Endangered Species act has prevented water from flowing to the Central Valley. The last week has seen … ›