Can government force you to pay for someone else’s expression?

Think on these three statements: A law forbids you from posting a sign that says, “Vote for Voldemort.” A law forces you to post a sign that says, “Vote for Voldemort.” … ›

Ninth Circuit sides with PLF in an important free speech decision

The First Amendment doesn’t just protect your right to speak, it also protects your right not to speak. So imagine if your municipal government required you to devote 20% of … ›

PLF submits letter on GMO labeling rule

The government shouldn’t be able to force you to say things you don’t want to say. When the State compels speech for no good reason, Americans may call on the First … ›

Obamacare's First Amendment problem

The Affordable Care Act raises myriad constitutional problems. The Supreme Court has held that the commerce clause does not provide Congress with the power to enact the individual mandate. The Court also invalidated, … ›

Seattle's "democracy vouchers" violate the First Amendment

Today, PLF filed a complaint to uphold Seattle property owners’ right to free speech. In 2015, Seattle passed Initiative 122 and became the first city to adopt “democracy vouchers.” These so-called … ›

Country-of-origin-labeling bill fails in South Dakota Senate

On Friday, the South Dakota Senate rejected SB 135, a country-of-origin-labeling bill that raised significant First Amendment concerns. The bill would have compelled South Dakota grocers to disclose the country-of-origin of beef sold … ›

PLF's Wen Fa speaks to West Valley Republican Women

Last week, I spoke to the West Valley Republican Women in San Jose about the work PLF is doing to advance liberty across the United States. In particular, I told … ›

Wen Fa to discuss soda warnings and union trespass on Andy Caldwell Show

If you liked my most recent blog posts, you’ll love today’s episode of the Andy Caldwell Show. I’ll be joining Andy at 4:30 to discuss two of the hottest issues … ›

Weekly litigation report

Environmental Law: ESA abuse Yesterday, we filed an administrative petition demanding that the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife repeal a regulation that imposes harsh Endangered Species Act restrictions on … ›

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Can government force you to pay for someone else’s expression?

Think on these three statements: A law forbids you from posting a sign that says, “Vote for Voldemort.” A law forces you to post a sign that says, “Vote for Voldemort.” … ›

Ninth Circuit sides with PLF in an important free speech decision

The First Amendment doesn’t just protect your right to speak, it also protects your right not to speak. So imagine if your municipal government required you to devote 20% of … ›

PLF submits letter on GMO labeling rule

The government shouldn’t be able to force you to say things you don’t want to say. When the State compels speech for no good reason, Americans may call on the First … ›

Obamacare's First Amendment problem

The Affordable Care Act raises myriad constitutional problems. The Supreme Court has held that the commerce clause does not provide Congress with the power to enact the individual mandate. The Court also invalidated, … ›

Seattle's "democracy vouchers" violate the First Amendment

Today, PLF filed a complaint to uphold Seattle property owners’ right to free speech. In 2015, Seattle passed Initiative 122 and became the first city to adopt “democracy vouchers.” These so-called … ›

Country-of-origin-labeling bill fails in South Dakota Senate

On Friday, the South Dakota Senate rejected SB 135, a country-of-origin-labeling bill that raised significant First Amendment concerns. The bill would have compelled South Dakota grocers to disclose the country-of-origin of beef sold … ›

PLF's Wen Fa speaks to West Valley Republican Women

Last week, I spoke to the West Valley Republican Women in San Jose about the work PLF is doing to advance liberty across the United States. In particular, I told … ›

Wen Fa to discuss soda warnings and union trespass on Andy Caldwell Show

If you liked my most recent blog posts, you’ll love today’s episode of the Andy Caldwell Show. I’ll be joining Andy at 4:30 to discuss two of the hottest issues … ›

Weekly litigation report

Environmental Law: ESA abuse Yesterday, we filed an administrative petition demanding that the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife repeal a regulation that imposes harsh Endangered Species Act restrictions on … ›

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Can government force you to pay for someone else’s expression?

Think on these three statements: A law forbids you from posting a sign that says, “Vote for Voldemort.” A law forces you to post a sign that says, “Vote for Voldemort.” … ›

Ninth Circuit sides with PLF in an important free speech decision

The First Amendment doesn’t just protect your right to speak, it also protects your right not to speak. So imagine if your municipal government required you to devote 20% of … ›

PLF submits letter on GMO labeling rule

The government shouldn’t be able to force you to say things you don’t want to say. When the State compels speech for no good reason, Americans may call on the First … ›

Obamacare's First Amendment problem

The Affordable Care Act raises myriad constitutional problems. The Supreme Court has held that the commerce clause does not provide Congress with the power to enact the individual mandate. The Court also invalidated, … ›

Seattle's "democracy vouchers" violate the First Amendment

Today, PLF filed a complaint to uphold Seattle property owners’ right to free speech. In 2015, Seattle passed Initiative 122 and became the first city to adopt “democracy vouchers.” These so-called … ›

Country-of-origin-labeling bill fails in South Dakota Senate

On Friday, the South Dakota Senate rejected SB 135, a country-of-origin-labeling bill that raised significant First Amendment concerns. The bill would have compelled South Dakota grocers to disclose the country-of-origin of beef sold … ›

PLF's Wen Fa speaks to West Valley Republican Women

Last week, I spoke to the West Valley Republican Women in San Jose about the work PLF is doing to advance liberty across the United States. In particular, I told … ›

Wen Fa to discuss soda warnings and union trespass on Andy Caldwell Show

If you liked my most recent blog posts, you’ll love today’s episode of the Andy Caldwell Show. I’ll be joining Andy at 4:30 to discuss two of the hottest issues … ›

Weekly litigation report

Environmental Law: ESA abuse Yesterday, we filed an administrative petition demanding that the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife repeal a regulation that imposes harsh Endangered Species Act restrictions on … ›

Can government force you to pay for someone else’s expression?

Think on these three statements: A law forbids you from posting a sign that says, “Vote for Voldemort.” A law forces you to post a sign that says, “Vote for Voldemort.” … ›

Ninth Circuit sides with PLF in an important free speech decision

The First Amendment doesn’t just protect your right to speak, it also protects your right not to speak. So imagine if your municipal government required you to devote 20% of … ›

PLF submits letter on GMO labeling rule

The government shouldn’t be able to force you to say things you don’t want to say. When the State compels speech for no good reason, Americans may call on the First … ›

Obamacare's First Amendment problem

The Affordable Care Act raises myriad constitutional problems. The Supreme Court has held that the commerce clause does not provide Congress with the power to enact the individual mandate. The Court also invalidated, … ›

Seattle's "democracy vouchers" violate the First Amendment

Today, PLF filed a complaint to uphold Seattle property owners’ right to free speech. In 2015, Seattle passed Initiative 122 and became the first city to adopt “democracy vouchers.” These so-called … ›

Country-of-origin-labeling bill fails in South Dakota Senate

On Friday, the South Dakota Senate rejected SB 135, a country-of-origin-labeling bill that raised significant First Amendment concerns. The bill would have compelled South Dakota grocers to disclose the country-of-origin of beef sold … ›

PLF's Wen Fa speaks to West Valley Republican Women

Last week, I spoke to the West Valley Republican Women in San Jose about the work PLF is doing to advance liberty across the United States. In particular, I told … ›

Wen Fa to discuss soda warnings and union trespass on Andy Caldwell Show

If you liked my most recent blog posts, you’ll love today’s episode of the Andy Caldwell Show. I’ll be joining Andy at 4:30 to discuss two of the hottest issues … ›

Weekly litigation report

Environmental Law: ESA abuse Yesterday, we filed an administrative petition demanding that the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife repeal a regulation that imposes harsh Endangered Species Act restrictions on … ›