Unions seek exemption to union-backed minimum wage law

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that labor unions are seeking an exemption to the minimum wage rule that they helped pushed through. In a statement dripping with irony, Rusty Hicks, who … ›

Los Angeles Superior Court rules teacher tenure laws are unconstitutional

A decision in a lawsuit that PLF has been following for some time came down minutes ago. The Superior Court for Los Angeles County ruled that teacher tenure laws violate … ›

Los Angeles responds to our General Plan 2035 letter

The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission is currently in the process of adopting General Plan 2035. Like Obamacare, General Plan 2035 checks in at a whopping 900 pages. It … ›

A kind of bad decision by the California Supreme Court in Today's Fresh Start

Earlier today the California Supreme Court issued its opinion in an important charter school case, Today’s Fresh Start v. Los Angeles County of Education.  PLF had filed an amicus brief … ›

Children are forgotten in school choice battle

Author: Joshua Thompson   Last week I blogged about the fight between Rowland Unified School District and Walnut Valley Unified School District over the District of Choice Act.  The District of Choice Act is … ›

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Unions seek exemption to union-backed minimum wage law

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that labor unions are seeking an exemption to the minimum wage rule that they helped pushed through. In a statement dripping with irony, Rusty Hicks, who … ›

Los Angeles Superior Court rules teacher tenure laws are unconstitutional

A decision in a lawsuit that PLF has been following for some time came down minutes ago. The Superior Court for Los Angeles County ruled that teacher tenure laws violate … ›

Los Angeles responds to our General Plan 2035 letter

The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission is currently in the process of adopting General Plan 2035. Like Obamacare, General Plan 2035 checks in at a whopping 900 pages. It … ›

A kind of bad decision by the California Supreme Court in Today's Fresh Start

Earlier today the California Supreme Court issued its opinion in an important charter school case, Today’s Fresh Start v. Los Angeles County of Education.  PLF had filed an amicus brief … ›

Children are forgotten in school choice battle

Author: Joshua Thompson   Last week I blogged about the fight between Rowland Unified School District and Walnut Valley Unified School District over the District of Choice Act.  The District of Choice Act is … ›

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Unions seek exemption to union-backed minimum wage law

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that labor unions are seeking an exemption to the minimum wage rule that they helped pushed through. In a statement dripping with irony, Rusty Hicks, who … ›

Los Angeles Superior Court rules teacher tenure laws are unconstitutional

A decision in a lawsuit that PLF has been following for some time came down minutes ago. The Superior Court for Los Angeles County ruled that teacher tenure laws violate … ›

Los Angeles responds to our General Plan 2035 letter

The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission is currently in the process of adopting General Plan 2035. Like Obamacare, General Plan 2035 checks in at a whopping 900 pages. It … ›

A kind of bad decision by the California Supreme Court in Today's Fresh Start

Earlier today the California Supreme Court issued its opinion in an important charter school case, Today’s Fresh Start v. Los Angeles County of Education.  PLF had filed an amicus brief … ›

Children are forgotten in school choice battle

Author: Joshua Thompson   Last week I blogged about the fight between Rowland Unified School District and Walnut Valley Unified School District over the District of Choice Act.  The District of Choice Act is … ›

Unions seek exemption to union-backed minimum wage law

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that labor unions are seeking an exemption to the minimum wage rule that they helped pushed through. In a statement dripping with irony, Rusty Hicks, who … ›

Los Angeles Superior Court rules teacher tenure laws are unconstitutional

A decision in a lawsuit that PLF has been following for some time came down minutes ago. The Superior Court for Los Angeles County ruled that teacher tenure laws violate … ›

Los Angeles responds to our General Plan 2035 letter

The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission is currently in the process of adopting General Plan 2035. Like Obamacare, General Plan 2035 checks in at a whopping 900 pages. It … ›

A kind of bad decision by the California Supreme Court in Today's Fresh Start

Earlier today the California Supreme Court issued its opinion in an important charter school case, Today’s Fresh Start v. Los Angeles County of Education.  PLF had filed an amicus brief … ›

Children are forgotten in school choice battle

Author: Joshua Thompson   Last week I blogged about the fight between Rowland Unified School District and Walnut Valley Unified School District over the District of Choice Act.  The District of Choice Act is … ›