President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

President's weekly report — May 22, 2015

School choice — good result in Florida A Florida trial court a dismissed a union-led lawsuit, Mcall v. Scott, challenging the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program. The Florida Legislature created the Tax Credit … ›

My congressional testimony this week: EPA's Science Advisory Board

On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, I testified before a senate subcommittee seeking to make EPA’s Science Advisory Board more transparent, effective, and fair.  The senate bill at issue, S. 543, is … ›

Watch Ted Hadzi-Antich's Testimony on EPA Accountability

UPDATE: View Ted Hadzi-Antich’s testimony on EPA accountabiliy during a hearing entitled, “Oversight of Scientific Advisory Panels and Processes at the Environmental Protection Agency.” The panel discussion begins on May … ›

President's weekly report — April 24, 2015

Tort reform in Washington State — the virtues of at-will employment We filed this amicus brief in Rickman v. Premera Blue Cross in the Washington Supreme Court. While working for Premera, … ›

President's weekly report — January 9, 2015

United States Supreme Court — awaiting orders in three of our cases We’re hoping for good news on Monday when the Court is set to issue orders in three of … ›

PLF environmental attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich interviewed on CBN regarding EPA's CO2 endangerment regulation

Today, CBN News posted an interview with PLF attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich on the EPA’s regulation of CO2 (carbon dioxide) as a “pollutant” under the Clean Water Act.  PLF’s lawsuit challenging … ›

EPA's illegal light duty vehicle rule must go

Author: Ted Hadzi-Antich  EPA has done it again.  It has failed to send yet another greenhouse gas regulation for review to it's own blue ribbon panel of experts known as the … ›

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President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

President's weekly report — May 22, 2015

School choice — good result in Florida A Florida trial court a dismissed a union-led lawsuit, Mcall v. Scott, challenging the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program. The Florida Legislature created the Tax Credit … ›

My congressional testimony this week: EPA's Science Advisory Board

On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, I testified before a senate subcommittee seeking to make EPA’s Science Advisory Board more transparent, effective, and fair.  The senate bill at issue, S. 543, is … ›

Watch Ted Hadzi-Antich's Testimony on EPA Accountability

UPDATE: View Ted Hadzi-Antich’s testimony on EPA accountabiliy during a hearing entitled, “Oversight of Scientific Advisory Panels and Processes at the Environmental Protection Agency.” The panel discussion begins on May … ›

President's weekly report — April 24, 2015

Tort reform in Washington State — the virtues of at-will employment We filed this amicus brief in Rickman v. Premera Blue Cross in the Washington Supreme Court. While working for Premera, … ›

President's weekly report — January 9, 2015

United States Supreme Court — awaiting orders in three of our cases We’re hoping for good news on Monday when the Court is set to issue orders in three of … ›

PLF environmental attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich interviewed on CBN regarding EPA's CO2 endangerment regulation

Today, CBN News posted an interview with PLF attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich on the EPA’s regulation of CO2 (carbon dioxide) as a “pollutant” under the Clean Water Act.  PLF’s lawsuit challenging … ›

EPA's illegal light duty vehicle rule must go

Author: Ted Hadzi-Antich  EPA has done it again.  It has failed to send yet another greenhouse gas regulation for review to it's own blue ribbon panel of experts known as the … ›

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President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

President's weekly report — May 22, 2015

School choice — good result in Florida A Florida trial court a dismissed a union-led lawsuit, Mcall v. Scott, challenging the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program. The Florida Legislature created the Tax Credit … ›

My congressional testimony this week: EPA's Science Advisory Board

On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, I testified before a senate subcommittee seeking to make EPA’s Science Advisory Board more transparent, effective, and fair.  The senate bill at issue, S. 543, is … ›

Watch Ted Hadzi-Antich's Testimony on EPA Accountability

UPDATE: View Ted Hadzi-Antich’s testimony on EPA accountabiliy during a hearing entitled, “Oversight of Scientific Advisory Panels and Processes at the Environmental Protection Agency.” The panel discussion begins on May … ›

President's weekly report — April 24, 2015

Tort reform in Washington State — the virtues of at-will employment We filed this amicus brief in Rickman v. Premera Blue Cross in the Washington Supreme Court. While working for Premera, … ›

President's weekly report — January 9, 2015

United States Supreme Court — awaiting orders in three of our cases We’re hoping for good news on Monday when the Court is set to issue orders in three of … ›

PLF environmental attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich interviewed on CBN regarding EPA's CO2 endangerment regulation

Today, CBN News posted an interview with PLF attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich on the EPA’s regulation of CO2 (carbon dioxide) as a “pollutant” under the Clean Water Act.  PLF’s lawsuit challenging … ›

EPA's illegal light duty vehicle rule must go

Author: Ted Hadzi-Antich  EPA has done it again.  It has failed to send yet another greenhouse gas regulation for review to it's own blue ribbon panel of experts known as the … ›

President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

President's weekly report — May 22, 2015

School choice — good result in Florida A Florida trial court a dismissed a union-led lawsuit, Mcall v. Scott, challenging the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program. The Florida Legislature created the Tax Credit … ›

My congressional testimony this week: EPA's Science Advisory Board

On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, I testified before a senate subcommittee seeking to make EPA’s Science Advisory Board more transparent, effective, and fair.  The senate bill at issue, S. 543, is … ›

Watch Ted Hadzi-Antich's Testimony on EPA Accountability

UPDATE: View Ted Hadzi-Antich’s testimony on EPA accountabiliy during a hearing entitled, “Oversight of Scientific Advisory Panels and Processes at the Environmental Protection Agency.” The panel discussion begins on May … ›

President's weekly report — April 24, 2015

Tort reform in Washington State — the virtues of at-will employment We filed this amicus brief in Rickman v. Premera Blue Cross in the Washington Supreme Court. While working for Premera, … ›

President's weekly report — January 9, 2015

United States Supreme Court — awaiting orders in three of our cases We’re hoping for good news on Monday when the Court is set to issue orders in three of … ›

PLF environmental attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich interviewed on CBN regarding EPA's CO2 endangerment regulation

Today, CBN News posted an interview with PLF attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich on the EPA’s regulation of CO2 (carbon dioxide) as a “pollutant” under the Clean Water Act.  PLF’s lawsuit challenging … ›

EPA's illegal light duty vehicle rule must go

Author: Ted Hadzi-Antich  EPA has done it again.  It has failed to send yet another greenhouse gas regulation for review to it's own blue ribbon panel of experts known as the … ›