Constitutionality of Kitsap County’s shoreline buffers submitted to U.S. Supreme Court

PLF’s constitutional challenge to Washington state’s shoreline buffer scheme is pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.  The case, Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners v. Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings … ›

A musing on the destructive nature of government power

Good science fiction bends expectations in a way that encourages us to reexamine the way we think about things.  This morning, I finished Zero History, a noire thriller from science … ›

PLF asks U.S. Supreme Court to review big buffer case

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, PLF filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case, Kitsap Alliance for Property Owners v. Central … ›

Victories and unanswered questions in buffer appeal

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, the Kitsap Sun published an op-ed that I co-authored with Jackie Rossworn, executive director of Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners.  The op-ed highlights several … ›

Washington Supreme Court denies request to review the constitutionality of big buffers

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, Washington’s Supreme Court denied PLF’s petition raising a facial challenge to the constitutionality of big, mandatory buffers in the case, Kitsap Alliance for Property … ›

Washington Supreme Court sets conference date for PLF’s big buffer case

Author: Brian T. Hodges Big buffers may be the easiest way for government to protect environmentally sensitive areas, but that does not mean they are necessary – let alone lawful.  … ›

Non-conforming use designations: “the new black” for bureaucrats?

Author: Brian T. Hodges Regulation for its own sake only leads to more regulation.  Case in point:  Washington State’s land use scheme.  The state’s Growth Management Act was adopted in … ›

Like deja-vu all over again: PLF to re-argue Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners

Author: Brian T. Hodges This Thursday, October 7, 2010, at 10:00 a.m., Division II of Washington’s Court of Appeals will hear remand arguments in Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners v. … ›

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Constitutionality of Kitsap County’s shoreline buffers submitted to U.S. Supreme Court

PLF’s constitutional challenge to Washington state’s shoreline buffer scheme is pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.  The case, Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners v. Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings … ›

A musing on the destructive nature of government power

Good science fiction bends expectations in a way that encourages us to reexamine the way we think about things.  This morning, I finished Zero History, a noire thriller from science … ›

PLF asks U.S. Supreme Court to review big buffer case

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, PLF filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case, Kitsap Alliance for Property Owners v. Central … ›

Victories and unanswered questions in buffer appeal

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, the Kitsap Sun published an op-ed that I co-authored with Jackie Rossworn, executive director of Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners.  The op-ed highlights several … ›

Washington Supreme Court denies request to review the constitutionality of big buffers

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, Washington’s Supreme Court denied PLF’s petition raising a facial challenge to the constitutionality of big, mandatory buffers in the case, Kitsap Alliance for Property … ›

Washington Supreme Court sets conference date for PLF’s big buffer case

Author: Brian T. Hodges Big buffers may be the easiest way for government to protect environmentally sensitive areas, but that does not mean they are necessary – let alone lawful.  … ›

Non-conforming use designations: “the new black” for bureaucrats?

Author: Brian T. Hodges Regulation for its own sake only leads to more regulation.  Case in point:  Washington State’s land use scheme.  The state’s Growth Management Act was adopted in … ›

Like deja-vu all over again: PLF to re-argue Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners

Author: Brian T. Hodges This Thursday, October 7, 2010, at 10:00 a.m., Division II of Washington’s Court of Appeals will hear remand arguments in Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners v. … ›

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Constitutionality of Kitsap County’s shoreline buffers submitted to U.S. Supreme Court

PLF’s constitutional challenge to Washington state’s shoreline buffer scheme is pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.  The case, Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners v. Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings … ›

A musing on the destructive nature of government power

Good science fiction bends expectations in a way that encourages us to reexamine the way we think about things.  This morning, I finished Zero History, a noire thriller from science … ›

PLF asks U.S. Supreme Court to review big buffer case

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, PLF filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case, Kitsap Alliance for Property Owners v. Central … ›

Victories and unanswered questions in buffer appeal

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, the Kitsap Sun published an op-ed that I co-authored with Jackie Rossworn, executive director of Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners.  The op-ed highlights several … ›

Washington Supreme Court denies request to review the constitutionality of big buffers

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, Washington’s Supreme Court denied PLF’s petition raising a facial challenge to the constitutionality of big, mandatory buffers in the case, Kitsap Alliance for Property … ›

Washington Supreme Court sets conference date for PLF’s big buffer case

Author: Brian T. Hodges Big buffers may be the easiest way for government to protect environmentally sensitive areas, but that does not mean they are necessary – let alone lawful.  … ›

Non-conforming use designations: “the new black” for bureaucrats?

Author: Brian T. Hodges Regulation for its own sake only leads to more regulation.  Case in point:  Washington State’s land use scheme.  The state’s Growth Management Act was adopted in … ›

Like deja-vu all over again: PLF to re-argue Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners

Author: Brian T. Hodges This Thursday, October 7, 2010, at 10:00 a.m., Division II of Washington’s Court of Appeals will hear remand arguments in Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners v. … ›

Constitutionality of Kitsap County’s shoreline buffers submitted to U.S. Supreme Court

PLF’s constitutional challenge to Washington state’s shoreline buffer scheme is pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.  The case, Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners v. Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings … ›

A musing on the destructive nature of government power

Good science fiction bends expectations in a way that encourages us to reexamine the way we think about things.  This morning, I finished Zero History, a noire thriller from science … ›

PLF asks U.S. Supreme Court to review big buffer case

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, PLF filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case, Kitsap Alliance for Property Owners v. Central … ›

Victories and unanswered questions in buffer appeal

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, the Kitsap Sun published an op-ed that I co-authored with Jackie Rossworn, executive director of Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners.  The op-ed highlights several … ›

Washington Supreme Court denies request to review the constitutionality of big buffers

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, Washington’s Supreme Court denied PLF’s petition raising a facial challenge to the constitutionality of big, mandatory buffers in the case, Kitsap Alliance for Property … ›

Washington Supreme Court sets conference date for PLF’s big buffer case

Author: Brian T. Hodges Big buffers may be the easiest way for government to protect environmentally sensitive areas, but that does not mean they are necessary – let alone lawful.  … ›

Non-conforming use designations: “the new black” for bureaucrats?

Author: Brian T. Hodges Regulation for its own sake only leads to more regulation.  Case in point:  Washington State’s land use scheme.  The state’s Growth Management Act was adopted in … ›

Like deja-vu all over again: PLF to re-argue Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners

Author: Brian T. Hodges This Thursday, October 7, 2010, at 10:00 a.m., Division II of Washington’s Court of Appeals will hear remand arguments in Kitsap Alliance of Property Owners v. … ›