Pacific Legal Foundation Applauds Administration’s Monument Review

The Department of Interior and Secretary Zinke announced the conclusion of an extensive, public review of national monuments.

Ninth circuit should re-examine flawed ESA precedent in re-hearing drakes bay appeal

This morning PLF, joined by the California Cattlemen’s Association and the Building Industry Association of the Bay Area, filed an amicus brief in support of Drakes Bay Oyster Company’s petition … ›

Ninth Circuit fails to protect Drakes Bay Oyster Company from government abuse

Liberty Blog readers will be familiar with the ongoing courtroom battle between Drakes Bay Oyster Company and the Department of the Interior, over whether the oyster farm can remain in … ›

Federal land swaps dealt another blow

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Federal law authorizes agencies to exchange federal lands for private lands.  These land exchanges are often very advantageous to both sides:  the feds get property that … ›

Secretary Salazar's shameful ignorance of the Endangered Species Act

Author: Brandon Middleton Via Aquafornia, we learn of a recent statement by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar concerning new California water legislation and the forthcoming National Academy of Sciences reviews of … ›

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Pacific Legal Foundation Applauds Administration’s Monument Review

The Department of Interior and Secretary Zinke announced the conclusion of an extensive, public review of national monuments.

Ninth circuit should re-examine flawed ESA precedent in re-hearing drakes bay appeal

This morning PLF, joined by the California Cattlemen’s Association and the Building Industry Association of the Bay Area, filed an amicus brief in support of Drakes Bay Oyster Company’s petition … ›

Ninth Circuit fails to protect Drakes Bay Oyster Company from government abuse

Liberty Blog readers will be familiar with the ongoing courtroom battle between Drakes Bay Oyster Company and the Department of the Interior, over whether the oyster farm can remain in … ›

Federal land swaps dealt another blow

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Federal law authorizes agencies to exchange federal lands for private lands.  These land exchanges are often very advantageous to both sides:  the feds get property that … ›

Secretary Salazar's shameful ignorance of the Endangered Species Act

Author: Brandon Middleton Via Aquafornia, we learn of a recent statement by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar concerning new California water legislation and the forthcoming National Academy of Sciences reviews of … ›

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Pacific Legal Foundation Applauds Administration’s Monument Review

The Department of Interior and Secretary Zinke announced the conclusion of an extensive, public review of national monuments.

Ninth circuit should re-examine flawed ESA precedent in re-hearing drakes bay appeal

This morning PLF, joined by the California Cattlemen’s Association and the Building Industry Association of the Bay Area, filed an amicus brief in support of Drakes Bay Oyster Company’s petition … ›

Ninth Circuit fails to protect Drakes Bay Oyster Company from government abuse

Liberty Blog readers will be familiar with the ongoing courtroom battle between Drakes Bay Oyster Company and the Department of the Interior, over whether the oyster farm can remain in … ›

Federal land swaps dealt another blow

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Federal law authorizes agencies to exchange federal lands for private lands.  These land exchanges are often very advantageous to both sides:  the feds get property that … ›

Secretary Salazar's shameful ignorance of the Endangered Species Act

Author: Brandon Middleton Via Aquafornia, we learn of a recent statement by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar concerning new California water legislation and the forthcoming National Academy of Sciences reviews of … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation Applauds Administration’s Monument Review

The Department of Interior and Secretary Zinke announced the conclusion of an extensive, public review of national monuments.

Ninth circuit should re-examine flawed ESA precedent in re-hearing drakes bay appeal

This morning PLF, joined by the California Cattlemen’s Association and the Building Industry Association of the Bay Area, filed an amicus brief in support of Drakes Bay Oyster Company’s petition … ›

Ninth Circuit fails to protect Drakes Bay Oyster Company from government abuse

Liberty Blog readers will be familiar with the ongoing courtroom battle between Drakes Bay Oyster Company and the Department of the Interior, over whether the oyster farm can remain in … ›

Federal land swaps dealt another blow

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Federal law authorizes agencies to exchange federal lands for private lands.  These land exchanges are often very advantageous to both sides:  the feds get property that … ›

Secretary Salazar's shameful ignorance of the Endangered Species Act

Author: Brandon Middleton Via Aquafornia, we learn of a recent statement by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar concerning new California water legislation and the forthcoming National Academy of Sciences reviews of … ›