PLF files its merits brief in the Knick Supreme Court property case

In late May, PLF attorneys filed this brief on the merits in the case of Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania, which is currently before the United States Supreme Court. The … ›

Pennsylvania public school tries to evade competition (again!)

Second verse, same as the first! We know that teachers’ unions have some serious lobbying power. And we know they use this power to insulate public schools from competition. Take … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2016: The latest in the Philadelphia school district's attempt to stop charter schools from growing

Discovery Charter School is a successful Philadelphia school that serves grades K-8. In light of its academic success, Discovery has amassed a waiting list of 1,448 hopeful students. In 2012, Discovery sought permission … ›

Pennsylvanians benefit from more economic liberty

It has been said that “no man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session.” In Pennsylvania that couldn’t be more true. Two bills are currently … ›

Charter school students prevail in Pennsylvania

Pacific Legal Foundation litigates for liberty from coast to coast. That’s how this Sacramento-based nonprofit was able to preserve school choice for charter school students in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As our readers may … ›

Pennsylvanians deserve clear laws and a good education

It’s no secret that many traditional public schools across the country are failing. Yet school districts have insisted repeatedly that they would rather chain children to substandard schools than give … ›

PLF congratulates Pennsylvania on ending its Competitor’s Veto

Last week, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission finalized a new regulation that abolishes that state’s Competitor’s Veto rule for moving companies, and adopting a new, pro-competitive rule that lets anyone … ›

PLF challenges the Competitor’s Veto in the birthplace of the Constitution

More than two centuries ago, great statesmen assembled in Philadelphia to write a new Constitution that would “preserve the blessings of liberty.” Among them were some of the nation’s leading … ›

PLF urges Pennsylvania Supreme Court to restore the proper level of products liability

Today PLF filed an amicus brief in Tincher v. Omega arguing that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court should determine whether manufacturers are liable for injuries caused by defectively designed products under a … ›

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PLF files its merits brief in the Knick Supreme Court property case

In late May, PLF attorneys filed this brief on the merits in the case of Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania, which is currently before the United States Supreme Court. The … ›

Pennsylvania public school tries to evade competition (again!)

Second verse, same as the first! We know that teachers’ unions have some serious lobbying power. And we know they use this power to insulate public schools from competition. Take … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2016: The latest in the Philadelphia school district's attempt to stop charter schools from growing

Discovery Charter School is a successful Philadelphia school that serves grades K-8. In light of its academic success, Discovery has amassed a waiting list of 1,448 hopeful students. In 2012, Discovery sought permission … ›

Pennsylvanians benefit from more economic liberty

It has been said that “no man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session.” In Pennsylvania that couldn’t be more true. Two bills are currently … ›

Charter school students prevail in Pennsylvania

Pacific Legal Foundation litigates for liberty from coast to coast. That’s how this Sacramento-based nonprofit was able to preserve school choice for charter school students in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As our readers may … ›

Pennsylvanians deserve clear laws and a good education

It’s no secret that many traditional public schools across the country are failing. Yet school districts have insisted repeatedly that they would rather chain children to substandard schools than give … ›

PLF congratulates Pennsylvania on ending its Competitor’s Veto

Last week, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission finalized a new regulation that abolishes that state’s Competitor’s Veto rule for moving companies, and adopting a new, pro-competitive rule that lets anyone … ›

PLF challenges the Competitor’s Veto in the birthplace of the Constitution

More than two centuries ago, great statesmen assembled in Philadelphia to write a new Constitution that would “preserve the blessings of liberty.” Among them were some of the nation’s leading … ›

PLF urges Pennsylvania Supreme Court to restore the proper level of products liability

Today PLF filed an amicus brief in Tincher v. Omega arguing that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court should determine whether manufacturers are liable for injuries caused by defectively designed products under a … ›

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PLF files its merits brief in the Knick Supreme Court property case

In late May, PLF attorneys filed this brief on the merits in the case of Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania, which is currently before the United States Supreme Court. The … ›

Pennsylvania public school tries to evade competition (again!)

Second verse, same as the first! We know that teachers’ unions have some serious lobbying power. And we know they use this power to insulate public schools from competition. Take … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2016: The latest in the Philadelphia school district's attempt to stop charter schools from growing

Discovery Charter School is a successful Philadelphia school that serves grades K-8. In light of its academic success, Discovery has amassed a waiting list of 1,448 hopeful students. In 2012, Discovery sought permission … ›

Pennsylvanians benefit from more economic liberty

It has been said that “no man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session.” In Pennsylvania that couldn’t be more true. Two bills are currently … ›

Charter school students prevail in Pennsylvania

Pacific Legal Foundation litigates for liberty from coast to coast. That’s how this Sacramento-based nonprofit was able to preserve school choice for charter school students in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As our readers may … ›

Pennsylvanians deserve clear laws and a good education

It’s no secret that many traditional public schools across the country are failing. Yet school districts have insisted repeatedly that they would rather chain children to substandard schools than give … ›

PLF congratulates Pennsylvania on ending its Competitor’s Veto

Last week, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission finalized a new regulation that abolishes that state’s Competitor’s Veto rule for moving companies, and adopting a new, pro-competitive rule that lets anyone … ›

PLF challenges the Competitor’s Veto in the birthplace of the Constitution

More than two centuries ago, great statesmen assembled in Philadelphia to write a new Constitution that would “preserve the blessings of liberty.” Among them were some of the nation’s leading … ›

PLF urges Pennsylvania Supreme Court to restore the proper level of products liability

Today PLF filed an amicus brief in Tincher v. Omega arguing that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court should determine whether manufacturers are liable for injuries caused by defectively designed products under a … ›

PLF files its merits brief in the Knick Supreme Court property case

In late May, PLF attorneys filed this brief on the merits in the case of Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania, which is currently before the United States Supreme Court. The … ›

Pennsylvania public school tries to evade competition (again!)

Second verse, same as the first! We know that teachers’ unions have some serious lobbying power. And we know they use this power to insulate public schools from competition. Take … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2016: The latest in the Philadelphia school district's attempt to stop charter schools from growing

Discovery Charter School is a successful Philadelphia school that serves grades K-8. In light of its academic success, Discovery has amassed a waiting list of 1,448 hopeful students. In 2012, Discovery sought permission … ›

Pennsylvanians benefit from more economic liberty

It has been said that “no man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session.” In Pennsylvania that couldn’t be more true. Two bills are currently … ›

Charter school students prevail in Pennsylvania

Pacific Legal Foundation litigates for liberty from coast to coast. That’s how this Sacramento-based nonprofit was able to preserve school choice for charter school students in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As our readers may … ›

Pennsylvanians deserve clear laws and a good education

It’s no secret that many traditional public schools across the country are failing. Yet school districts have insisted repeatedly that they would rather chain children to substandard schools than give … ›

PLF congratulates Pennsylvania on ending its Competitor’s Veto

Last week, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission finalized a new regulation that abolishes that state’s Competitor’s Veto rule for moving companies, and adopting a new, pro-competitive rule that lets anyone … ›

PLF challenges the Competitor’s Veto in the birthplace of the Constitution

More than two centuries ago, great statesmen assembled in Philadelphia to write a new Constitution that would “preserve the blessings of liberty.” Among them were some of the nation’s leading … ›

PLF urges Pennsylvania Supreme Court to restore the proper level of products liability

Today PLF filed an amicus brief in Tincher v. Omega arguing that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court should determine whether manufacturers are liable for injuries caused by defectively designed products under a … ›