Montana school choice case continues to attract media coverage

As our readers know, PLF is representing parents and schools in a federal lawsuit against the Montana Department of Revenue. Our clients want to take advantage of Montana’s recently enacted scholarship tax credit program, which … ›

Montana Department of Revenue adopts discriminatory regulations

Yesterday, the Montana Department of Revenue announced it was adopting regulations that will prohibit religious schools from accepting students that receive scholarships from Montana’s tax credit scholarship law. PLF, on … ›

School choice helps students, families, and schools

The Missoulian has published my guest column on Montana’s Scholarship Tax Credit Program. As you may recall, the Montana legislature enacted the program to provide parents with the opportunity to … ›

Montana residents: PLF is interested in sharing your stories on school choice

As readers of this blog know, PLF will be challenging Montana regulations that impede the ability of Montana parents to send their children to religious private schools. I was in Helena, Montana last month and … ›

School choice in Montana helps public schools too

As my colleague Ethan Blevins discussed yesterday, we filed written testimony urging the Montana Department of Revenue to reconsider proposed regulations that would severely limit school choice in Montana. In … ›

Genuine school choice in Montana faces a new threat

A proposed rule in Montana is threatening to geld the state’s fledgling school choice law. Montana passed a scholarship tax credit law earlier this year. The program offers tax credits for donors … ›

Big win for economic liberty in the Big Sky State

Thanks to PLF’s lawsuit, Montana Governor Steve Bullock signed SB 396 into law on Friday, which gets rid of the state’s Competitor’s Veto law and allows PLF client Tracie Pabst … ›

Montana takes a step toward economic liberty

Thanks to PLF’s lawsuit, yesterday the Montana legislature gave final approval to a bill that would eliminate the state’s Competitor’s Veto law for taxi companies. Under current law, existing transportation businesses are allowed to … ›

Montana tries to get our Competitor's Veto lawsuit kicked out of court

Today we asked a Federal court not to throw out our case challenging Montana’s Competitor’s Veto law.  Our client, Tracie Pabst, has owned shuttle companies in Montana, North Dakota, New … ›

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Montana school choice case continues to attract media coverage

As our readers know, PLF is representing parents and schools in a federal lawsuit against the Montana Department of Revenue. Our clients want to take advantage of Montana’s recently enacted scholarship tax credit program, which … ›

Montana Department of Revenue adopts discriminatory regulations

Yesterday, the Montana Department of Revenue announced it was adopting regulations that will prohibit religious schools from accepting students that receive scholarships from Montana’s tax credit scholarship law. PLF, on … ›

School choice helps students, families, and schools

The Missoulian has published my guest column on Montana’s Scholarship Tax Credit Program. As you may recall, the Montana legislature enacted the program to provide parents with the opportunity to … ›

Montana residents: PLF is interested in sharing your stories on school choice

As readers of this blog know, PLF will be challenging Montana regulations that impede the ability of Montana parents to send their children to religious private schools. I was in Helena, Montana last month and … ›

School choice in Montana helps public schools too

As my colleague Ethan Blevins discussed yesterday, we filed written testimony urging the Montana Department of Revenue to reconsider proposed regulations that would severely limit school choice in Montana. In … ›

Genuine school choice in Montana faces a new threat

A proposed rule in Montana is threatening to geld the state’s fledgling school choice law. Montana passed a scholarship tax credit law earlier this year. The program offers tax credits for donors … ›

Big win for economic liberty in the Big Sky State

Thanks to PLF’s lawsuit, Montana Governor Steve Bullock signed SB 396 into law on Friday, which gets rid of the state’s Competitor’s Veto law and allows PLF client Tracie Pabst … ›

Montana takes a step toward economic liberty

Thanks to PLF’s lawsuit, yesterday the Montana legislature gave final approval to a bill that would eliminate the state’s Competitor’s Veto law for taxi companies. Under current law, existing transportation businesses are allowed to … ›

Montana tries to get our Competitor's Veto lawsuit kicked out of court

Today we asked a Federal court not to throw out our case challenging Montana’s Competitor’s Veto law.  Our client, Tracie Pabst, has owned shuttle companies in Montana, North Dakota, New … ›

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Montana school choice case continues to attract media coverage

As our readers know, PLF is representing parents and schools in a federal lawsuit against the Montana Department of Revenue. Our clients want to take advantage of Montana’s recently enacted scholarship tax credit program, which … ›

Montana Department of Revenue adopts discriminatory regulations

Yesterday, the Montana Department of Revenue announced it was adopting regulations that will prohibit religious schools from accepting students that receive scholarships from Montana’s tax credit scholarship law. PLF, on … ›

School choice helps students, families, and schools

The Missoulian has published my guest column on Montana’s Scholarship Tax Credit Program. As you may recall, the Montana legislature enacted the program to provide parents with the opportunity to … ›

Montana residents: PLF is interested in sharing your stories on school choice

As readers of this blog know, PLF will be challenging Montana regulations that impede the ability of Montana parents to send their children to religious private schools. I was in Helena, Montana last month and … ›

School choice in Montana helps public schools too

As my colleague Ethan Blevins discussed yesterday, we filed written testimony urging the Montana Department of Revenue to reconsider proposed regulations that would severely limit school choice in Montana. In … ›

Genuine school choice in Montana faces a new threat

A proposed rule in Montana is threatening to geld the state’s fledgling school choice law. Montana passed a scholarship tax credit law earlier this year. The program offers tax credits for donors … ›

Big win for economic liberty in the Big Sky State

Thanks to PLF’s lawsuit, Montana Governor Steve Bullock signed SB 396 into law on Friday, which gets rid of the state’s Competitor’s Veto law and allows PLF client Tracie Pabst … ›

Montana takes a step toward economic liberty

Thanks to PLF’s lawsuit, yesterday the Montana legislature gave final approval to a bill that would eliminate the state’s Competitor’s Veto law for taxi companies. Under current law, existing transportation businesses are allowed to … ›

Montana tries to get our Competitor's Veto lawsuit kicked out of court

Today we asked a Federal court not to throw out our case challenging Montana’s Competitor’s Veto law.  Our client, Tracie Pabst, has owned shuttle companies in Montana, North Dakota, New … ›

Montana school choice case continues to attract media coverage

As our readers know, PLF is representing parents and schools in a federal lawsuit against the Montana Department of Revenue. Our clients want to take advantage of Montana’s recently enacted scholarship tax credit program, which … ›

Montana Department of Revenue adopts discriminatory regulations

Yesterday, the Montana Department of Revenue announced it was adopting regulations that will prohibit religious schools from accepting students that receive scholarships from Montana’s tax credit scholarship law. PLF, on … ›

School choice helps students, families, and schools

The Missoulian has published my guest column on Montana’s Scholarship Tax Credit Program. As you may recall, the Montana legislature enacted the program to provide parents with the opportunity to … ›

Montana residents: PLF is interested in sharing your stories on school choice

As readers of this blog know, PLF will be challenging Montana regulations that impede the ability of Montana parents to send their children to religious private schools. I was in Helena, Montana last month and … ›

School choice in Montana helps public schools too

As my colleague Ethan Blevins discussed yesterday, we filed written testimony urging the Montana Department of Revenue to reconsider proposed regulations that would severely limit school choice in Montana. In … ›

Genuine school choice in Montana faces a new threat

A proposed rule in Montana is threatening to geld the state’s fledgling school choice law. Montana passed a scholarship tax credit law earlier this year. The program offers tax credits for donors … ›

Big win for economic liberty in the Big Sky State

Thanks to PLF’s lawsuit, Montana Governor Steve Bullock signed SB 396 into law on Friday, which gets rid of the state’s Competitor’s Veto law and allows PLF client Tracie Pabst … ›

Montana takes a step toward economic liberty

Thanks to PLF’s lawsuit, yesterday the Montana legislature gave final approval to a bill that would eliminate the state’s Competitor’s Veto law for taxi companies. Under current law, existing transportation businesses are allowed to … ›

Montana tries to get our Competitor's Veto lawsuit kicked out of court

Today we asked a Federal court not to throw out our case challenging Montana’s Competitor’s Veto law.  Our client, Tracie Pabst, has owned shuttle companies in Montana, North Dakota, New … ›