PLF's Official Statement on Hollingsworth v. Perry, the Supreme Court's Prop. 8 case

Although Pacific Legal Foundation takes no position on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, PLF submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court solely on the issue of standing.  PLF … ›

CEQA versus the Constitution – round two

We have previously reported on the Tuolumne Jobs case, an important appellate decision expanding CEQA and diminishing California voters’ constitutional right of initiative.  The Tuolumne Jobs decision broke with precedent … ›

CEQA: More precious than the Constitution?

We previously reported on the decision from California’s Fifth Appellate District in the case of Tuolumne Jobs, holding that CEQA applies to local voter initiatives under certain circumstances.  Earlier this month, … ›

Cal Supremes will hear Prop 8 standing case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today the California Supreme Court voted unanimously to accept the certified question from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals about whether the official sponsors of Proposition … ›

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PLF's Official Statement on Hollingsworth v. Perry, the Supreme Court's Prop. 8 case

Although Pacific Legal Foundation takes no position on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, PLF submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court solely on the issue of standing.  PLF … ›

CEQA versus the Constitution – round two

We have previously reported on the Tuolumne Jobs case, an important appellate decision expanding CEQA and diminishing California voters’ constitutional right of initiative.  The Tuolumne Jobs decision broke with precedent … ›

CEQA: More precious than the Constitution?

We previously reported on the decision from California’s Fifth Appellate District in the case of Tuolumne Jobs, holding that CEQA applies to local voter initiatives under certain circumstances.  Earlier this month, … ›

Cal Supremes will hear Prop 8 standing case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today the California Supreme Court voted unanimously to accept the certified question from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals about whether the official sponsors of Proposition … ›

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PLF's Official Statement on Hollingsworth v. Perry, the Supreme Court's Prop. 8 case

Although Pacific Legal Foundation takes no position on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, PLF submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court solely on the issue of standing.  PLF … ›

CEQA versus the Constitution – round two

We have previously reported on the Tuolumne Jobs case, an important appellate decision expanding CEQA and diminishing California voters’ constitutional right of initiative.  The Tuolumne Jobs decision broke with precedent … ›

CEQA: More precious than the Constitution?

We previously reported on the decision from California’s Fifth Appellate District in the case of Tuolumne Jobs, holding that CEQA applies to local voter initiatives under certain circumstances.  Earlier this month, … ›

Cal Supremes will hear Prop 8 standing case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today the California Supreme Court voted unanimously to accept the certified question from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals about whether the official sponsors of Proposition … ›

PLF's Official Statement on Hollingsworth v. Perry, the Supreme Court's Prop. 8 case

Although Pacific Legal Foundation takes no position on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, PLF submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court solely on the issue of standing.  PLF … ›

CEQA versus the Constitution – round two

We have previously reported on the Tuolumne Jobs case, an important appellate decision expanding CEQA and diminishing California voters’ constitutional right of initiative.  The Tuolumne Jobs decision broke with precedent … ›

CEQA: More precious than the Constitution?

We previously reported on the decision from California’s Fifth Appellate District in the case of Tuolumne Jobs, holding that CEQA applies to local voter initiatives under certain circumstances.  Earlier this month, … ›

Cal Supremes will hear Prop 8 standing case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today the California Supreme Court voted unanimously to accept the certified question from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals about whether the official sponsors of Proposition … ›