Weekly litigation report — April 21, 2018

Florida turns a deaf ear to economic liberty Today we filed this complaint in Taylor v. Pohill, which challenges Florida’s outdated licensing requirements for sellers of hearing aids.  Our client, … ›

Nevada bureaucrats: we need to "vet" people before they exercise First Amendment rights

Retired Police Detective and PLF client Troy Castillo The right to speak freely isn’t just for political candidates; it’s also a central part of the right to earn a living. That’s why PLF’s … ›

St. Louis license requirement has street performers singing the blues

The Missouri Watchdog had this article yesterday about the lawsuit challenging St. Louis’ requirement that street performers audition before a city official before they can get licenses to perform. We … ›

PLF joins with ACLU to defend the rights of St. Louis street performers

If you want to play a guitar on a street corner in St. Louis, you have to get a license. That’s not so unusual—but what is unusual is that unlike … ›

Silence may be golden, but silencing Gold Dealers is not

In Ohio, you are free to buy gold without having special government permission to do so…as long as you don’t talk about it.  Once you tell others that you buy … ›

No working–by order of the Licensing Board

Even while PLF challenges the constitutionality of Missouri’s anti-competitive licensing law for movers, the state is considering adopting still more restrictions on the right to earn a living.

Licensing for…pet groomers?

The Reason Foundation’s Adam Summers notes the latest bad idea to hit California: a bill to impose licensing laws on pet groomers. The bill would establish minimum age and education … ›

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Weekly litigation report — April 21, 2018

Florida turns a deaf ear to economic liberty Today we filed this complaint in Taylor v. Pohill, which challenges Florida’s outdated licensing requirements for sellers of hearing aids.  Our client, … ›

Nevada bureaucrats: we need to "vet" people before they exercise First Amendment rights

Retired Police Detective and PLF client Troy Castillo The right to speak freely isn’t just for political candidates; it’s also a central part of the right to earn a living. That’s why PLF’s … ›

St. Louis license requirement has street performers singing the blues

The Missouri Watchdog had this article yesterday about the lawsuit challenging St. Louis’ requirement that street performers audition before a city official before they can get licenses to perform. We … ›

PLF joins with ACLU to defend the rights of St. Louis street performers

If you want to play a guitar on a street corner in St. Louis, you have to get a license. That’s not so unusual—but what is unusual is that unlike … ›

Silence may be golden, but silencing Gold Dealers is not

In Ohio, you are free to buy gold without having special government permission to do so…as long as you don’t talk about it.  Once you tell others that you buy … ›

No working–by order of the Licensing Board

Even while PLF challenges the constitutionality of Missouri’s anti-competitive licensing law for movers, the state is considering adopting still more restrictions on the right to earn a living.

Licensing for…pet groomers?

The Reason Foundation’s Adam Summers notes the latest bad idea to hit California: a bill to impose licensing laws on pet groomers. The bill would establish minimum age and education … ›

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Weekly litigation report — April 21, 2018

Florida turns a deaf ear to economic liberty Today we filed this complaint in Taylor v. Pohill, which challenges Florida’s outdated licensing requirements for sellers of hearing aids.  Our client, … ›

Nevada bureaucrats: we need to "vet" people before they exercise First Amendment rights

Retired Police Detective and PLF client Troy Castillo The right to speak freely isn’t just for political candidates; it’s also a central part of the right to earn a living. That’s why PLF’s … ›

St. Louis license requirement has street performers singing the blues

The Missouri Watchdog had this article yesterday about the lawsuit challenging St. Louis’ requirement that street performers audition before a city official before they can get licenses to perform. We … ›

PLF joins with ACLU to defend the rights of St. Louis street performers

If you want to play a guitar on a street corner in St. Louis, you have to get a license. That’s not so unusual—but what is unusual is that unlike … ›

Silence may be golden, but silencing Gold Dealers is not

In Ohio, you are free to buy gold without having special government permission to do so…as long as you don’t talk about it.  Once you tell others that you buy … ›

No working–by order of the Licensing Board

Even while PLF challenges the constitutionality of Missouri’s anti-competitive licensing law for movers, the state is considering adopting still more restrictions on the right to earn a living.

Licensing for…pet groomers?

The Reason Foundation’s Adam Summers notes the latest bad idea to hit California: a bill to impose licensing laws on pet groomers. The bill would establish minimum age and education … ›

Weekly litigation report — April 21, 2018

Florida turns a deaf ear to economic liberty Today we filed this complaint in Taylor v. Pohill, which challenges Florida’s outdated licensing requirements for sellers of hearing aids.  Our client, … ›

Nevada bureaucrats: we need to "vet" people before they exercise First Amendment rights

Retired Police Detective and PLF client Troy Castillo The right to speak freely isn’t just for political candidates; it’s also a central part of the right to earn a living. That’s why PLF’s … ›

St. Louis license requirement has street performers singing the blues

The Missouri Watchdog had this article yesterday about the lawsuit challenging St. Louis’ requirement that street performers audition before a city official before they can get licenses to perform. We … ›

PLF joins with ACLU to defend the rights of St. Louis street performers

If you want to play a guitar on a street corner in St. Louis, you have to get a license. That’s not so unusual—but what is unusual is that unlike … ›

Silence may be golden, but silencing Gold Dealers is not

In Ohio, you are free to buy gold without having special government permission to do so…as long as you don’t talk about it.  Once you tell others that you buy … ›

No working–by order of the Licensing Board

Even while PLF challenges the constitutionality of Missouri’s anti-competitive licensing law for movers, the state is considering adopting still more restrictions on the right to earn a living.

Licensing for…pet groomers?

The Reason Foundation’s Adam Summers notes the latest bad idea to hit California: a bill to impose licensing laws on pet groomers. The bill would establish minimum age and education … ›