States can't license free speech by calling it "conduct"

December 11, 2015 | By ANASTASIA BODEN

On Tuesday I’ll be arguing our case in Young v. Ricketts in front of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Our client, Leslie Young, is an internet-entrepreneur based in California, and she provides advertising services for people who want to sell their homes on a for-sale-by-owner basis (ie. without the use of a licensed real … ...


President's weekly report — March 21, 2014

March 21, 2014 | By ROB RIVETT

High-Speed Rail Bonds and the California Fantasy Train We filed this answer to the State’s petition for alternative writ of mandate in High Speed Rail Authority v. Superior Court.  When the voters approved California’s high-speed rail project a few years ago, they approved spending $9.5 billion in bonds for a project with very specifi ...