PLF's Timothy Sandefur speaks at San Jose State University tomorrow

I’ll be speaking tomorrow at 5:15pm at San Jose State University as part of the David Saurman Provocative Lecture Series. My talk will focus on the right to earn a … ›

What abolishing Missouri's mover licensing cartel has meant

The Missouri Department of Transportation issued its annual report in January, which among other things talks about how long it takes to get a license to operate a moving company. … ›

Victory for economic liberty in Missouri!

This afternoon, at the instigation of PLF’s lawsuit, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed legislation repealing that state’s oppressive licensing law for moving companies. Under the old law, a person applying … ›

Missouri legislature passes bill to repeal the state’s mover monopoly

This afternoon, in the final hours of the legislative session, Missouri lawmakers passed two bills, SB 470 and HB 1402, both of which repeal the state’s anti-competitive laws regulating moving … ›

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.

Rescuing the right to earn a living in Missouri

Today we filed this motion in the case of St. Louis entrepreneur Michael Munie, asking the court to strike down a Missouri state law that essentially forbids anyone from going into … ›

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PLF's Timothy Sandefur speaks at San Jose State University tomorrow

I’ll be speaking tomorrow at 5:15pm at San Jose State University as part of the David Saurman Provocative Lecture Series. My talk will focus on the right to earn a … ›

What abolishing Missouri's mover licensing cartel has meant

The Missouri Department of Transportation issued its annual report in January, which among other things talks about how long it takes to get a license to operate a moving company. … ›

Victory for economic liberty in Missouri!

This afternoon, at the instigation of PLF’s lawsuit, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed legislation repealing that state’s oppressive licensing law for moving companies. Under the old law, a person applying … ›

Missouri legislature passes bill to repeal the state’s mover monopoly

This afternoon, in the final hours of the legislative session, Missouri lawmakers passed two bills, SB 470 and HB 1402, both of which repeal the state’s anti-competitive laws regulating moving … ›

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.

Rescuing the right to earn a living in Missouri

Today we filed this motion in the case of St. Louis entrepreneur Michael Munie, asking the court to strike down a Missouri state law that essentially forbids anyone from going into … ›

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PLF's Timothy Sandefur speaks at San Jose State University tomorrow

I’ll be speaking tomorrow at 5:15pm at San Jose State University as part of the David Saurman Provocative Lecture Series. My talk will focus on the right to earn a … ›

What abolishing Missouri's mover licensing cartel has meant

The Missouri Department of Transportation issued its annual report in January, which among other things talks about how long it takes to get a license to operate a moving company. … ›

Victory for economic liberty in Missouri!

This afternoon, at the instigation of PLF’s lawsuit, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed legislation repealing that state’s oppressive licensing law for moving companies. Under the old law, a person applying … ›

Missouri legislature passes bill to repeal the state’s mover monopoly

This afternoon, in the final hours of the legislative session, Missouri lawmakers passed two bills, SB 470 and HB 1402, both of which repeal the state’s anti-competitive laws regulating moving … ›

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.

Rescuing the right to earn a living in Missouri

Today we filed this motion in the case of St. Louis entrepreneur Michael Munie, asking the court to strike down a Missouri state law that essentially forbids anyone from going into … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur speaks at San Jose State University tomorrow

I’ll be speaking tomorrow at 5:15pm at San Jose State University as part of the David Saurman Provocative Lecture Series. My talk will focus on the right to earn a … ›

What abolishing Missouri's mover licensing cartel has meant

The Missouri Department of Transportation issued its annual report in January, which among other things talks about how long it takes to get a license to operate a moving company. … ›

Victory for economic liberty in Missouri!

This afternoon, at the instigation of PLF’s lawsuit, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed legislation repealing that state’s oppressive licensing law for moving companies. Under the old law, a person applying … ›

Missouri legislature passes bill to repeal the state’s mover monopoly

This afternoon, in the final hours of the legislative session, Missouri lawmakers passed two bills, SB 470 and HB 1402, both of which repeal the state’s anti-competitive laws regulating moving … ›

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.

Rescuing the right to earn a living in Missouri

Today we filed this motion in the case of St. Louis entrepreneur Michael Munie, asking the court to strike down a Missouri state law that essentially forbids anyone from going into … ›