Did the raisin case silently insulate the Endangered Species Act from the Constitution?

A recent article in Greenwire, reports that opponents of robust Constitutional protections for property rights and limits on federal power are finding a kernel of hope in the Supreme Court’s … ›

Tim the Lawyer talks with Armstrong & Getty about the raisin-seizure case

This morning I talked with Armstrong & Getty about the Supreme Court’s Horne decision. If you missed it, you can listen online here.

Supreme Court hears argument in raisin takings case

The Supreme Court yesterday heard oral argument in the “raisin takings case,” Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture. As we have previously explained, the Department of Agriculture brought an … ›

Real property, personal property, and the Takings Clause

The government must pay you if it takes your house. Should that rule be any different if it takes your furniture? The Supreme Court will hear oral argument next month … ›

PLF files amicus brief in support of California raisin farmers

Under a draconian, Depression-era regulatory scheme, California raisin farmers are required to hand over a portion of their crop to the “Raisin Administrative Committee” (RAC), rather than selling it on … ›

Heard through the grapevine: Ninth Circuit holds Koontz allows government price controls

Last week, the Ninth Circuit decided the remand of Horne v. USDA, the raisin case that the Supreme Court overturned last term. The case previously drew attention for what it … ›

The fruits of their labors

Reason.tv has posted an important video about the Horne family’s clash with idiotic federal government controls over the nation’s raisin crop. PLF has opposed these kinds of agricultural price control … ›

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Did the raisin case silently insulate the Endangered Species Act from the Constitution?

A recent article in Greenwire, reports that opponents of robust Constitutional protections for property rights and limits on federal power are finding a kernel of hope in the Supreme Court’s … ›

Tim the Lawyer talks with Armstrong & Getty about the raisin-seizure case

This morning I talked with Armstrong & Getty about the Supreme Court’s Horne decision. If you missed it, you can listen online here.

Supreme Court hears argument in raisin takings case

The Supreme Court yesterday heard oral argument in the “raisin takings case,” Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture. As we have previously explained, the Department of Agriculture brought an … ›

Real property, personal property, and the Takings Clause

The government must pay you if it takes your house. Should that rule be any different if it takes your furniture? The Supreme Court will hear oral argument next month … ›

PLF files amicus brief in support of California raisin farmers

Under a draconian, Depression-era regulatory scheme, California raisin farmers are required to hand over a portion of their crop to the “Raisin Administrative Committee” (RAC), rather than selling it on … ›

Heard through the grapevine: Ninth Circuit holds Koontz allows government price controls

Last week, the Ninth Circuit decided the remand of Horne v. USDA, the raisin case that the Supreme Court overturned last term. The case previously drew attention for what it … ›

The fruits of their labors

Reason.tv has posted an important video about the Horne family’s clash with idiotic federal government controls over the nation’s raisin crop. PLF has opposed these kinds of agricultural price control … ›

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Did the raisin case silently insulate the Endangered Species Act from the Constitution?

A recent article in Greenwire, reports that opponents of robust Constitutional protections for property rights and limits on federal power are finding a kernel of hope in the Supreme Court’s … ›

Tim the Lawyer talks with Armstrong & Getty about the raisin-seizure case

This morning I talked with Armstrong & Getty about the Supreme Court’s Horne decision. If you missed it, you can listen online here.

Supreme Court hears argument in raisin takings case

The Supreme Court yesterday heard oral argument in the “raisin takings case,” Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture. As we have previously explained, the Department of Agriculture brought an … ›

Real property, personal property, and the Takings Clause

The government must pay you if it takes your house. Should that rule be any different if it takes your furniture? The Supreme Court will hear oral argument next month … ›

PLF files amicus brief in support of California raisin farmers

Under a draconian, Depression-era regulatory scheme, California raisin farmers are required to hand over a portion of their crop to the “Raisin Administrative Committee” (RAC), rather than selling it on … ›

Heard through the grapevine: Ninth Circuit holds Koontz allows government price controls

Last week, the Ninth Circuit decided the remand of Horne v. USDA, the raisin case that the Supreme Court overturned last term. The case previously drew attention for what it … ›

The fruits of their labors

Reason.tv has posted an important video about the Horne family’s clash with idiotic federal government controls over the nation’s raisin crop. PLF has opposed these kinds of agricultural price control … ›

Did the raisin case silently insulate the Endangered Species Act from the Constitution?

A recent article in Greenwire, reports that opponents of robust Constitutional protections for property rights and limits on federal power are finding a kernel of hope in the Supreme Court’s … ›

Tim the Lawyer talks with Armstrong & Getty about the raisin-seizure case

This morning I talked with Armstrong & Getty about the Supreme Court’s Horne decision. If you missed it, you can listen online here.

Supreme Court hears argument in raisin takings case

The Supreme Court yesterday heard oral argument in the “raisin takings case,” Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture. As we have previously explained, the Department of Agriculture brought an … ›

Real property, personal property, and the Takings Clause

The government must pay you if it takes your house. Should that rule be any different if it takes your furniture? The Supreme Court will hear oral argument next month … ›

PLF files amicus brief in support of California raisin farmers

Under a draconian, Depression-era regulatory scheme, California raisin farmers are required to hand over a portion of their crop to the “Raisin Administrative Committee” (RAC), rather than selling it on … ›

Heard through the grapevine: Ninth Circuit holds Koontz allows government price controls

Last week, the Ninth Circuit decided the remand of Horne v. USDA, the raisin case that the Supreme Court overturned last term. The case previously drew attention for what it … ›

The fruits of their labors

Reason.tv has posted an important video about the Horne family’s clash with idiotic federal government controls over the nation’s raisin crop. PLF has opposed these kinds of agricultural price control … ›