Did PLF clients influence Trump executive order? Hopefully.

For years, Pacific Legal Foundation has been helping to protect individuals from the irrational and abusive expansion of the Clean Water Act (CWA). In far too many cases, the government … ›

What if the Clean Water Act is unconstitutionally vague?

As regular readers know, PLF argued a case in the Supreme Court of the United States last week, U.S. Army Corps v. Hawkes Co., concerning whether property owners can have … ›

Is Congress going to clear up the Clean Water Act morass?

Over at the Cato at Liberty blog, Ilya Shapiro reports on an effort to rein in the EPA’s abuse of property rights under the Clean Water Act.  PLF has long … ›

Reason covers PLF's Smith Clean Water Act victory

Thanks to Tom Steward for covering Peter and Frankie Smiths’ victory against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in this article on Reason.com.  In the article, Steward also discusses an important case … ›

My two-year battle with the United States Army

The following is PLF client Peter Smith’s retelling of the events leading up to and including his lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. My wife, Frankie, and I … ›

Talking about Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

This Saturday, March 16th, Peter Smith and I will be speaking with radio talk show host Barbara Simpson on KSFO 560 San Francisco at 5:30pm.  For those of you who don’t live in … ›

Feds say dry creek bed is not a “water of the United States” after all

In a surprising move, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did an about face in the lawsuit PLF filed on behalf of Santa Fe property owners Peter and Frankie Smith.  … ›

Editorializing Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Yesterday’s Albuquerque Journal ran an editorial on PLF’s new lawsuit, Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  It begins: To paraphrase, the arroyo to hell is paved with good intentions, … ›

More on PLF's new lawsuit: Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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Did PLF clients influence Trump executive order? Hopefully.

For years, Pacific Legal Foundation has been helping to protect individuals from the irrational and abusive expansion of the Clean Water Act (CWA). In far too many cases, the government … ›

What if the Clean Water Act is unconstitutionally vague?

As regular readers know, PLF argued a case in the Supreme Court of the United States last week, U.S. Army Corps v. Hawkes Co., concerning whether property owners can have … ›

Is Congress going to clear up the Clean Water Act morass?

Over at the Cato at Liberty blog, Ilya Shapiro reports on an effort to rein in the EPA’s abuse of property rights under the Clean Water Act.  PLF has long … ›

Reason covers PLF's Smith Clean Water Act victory

Thanks to Tom Steward for covering Peter and Frankie Smiths’ victory against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in this article on Reason.com.  In the article, Steward also discusses an important case … ›

My two-year battle with the United States Army

The following is PLF client Peter Smith’s retelling of the events leading up to and including his lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. My wife, Frankie, and I … ›

Talking about Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

This Saturday, March 16th, Peter Smith and I will be speaking with radio talk show host Barbara Simpson on KSFO 560 San Francisco at 5:30pm.  For those of you who don’t live in … ›

Feds say dry creek bed is not a “water of the United States” after all

In a surprising move, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did an about face in the lawsuit PLF filed on behalf of Santa Fe property owners Peter and Frankie Smith.  … ›

Editorializing Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Yesterday’s Albuquerque Journal ran an editorial on PLF’s new lawsuit, Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  It begins: To paraphrase, the arroyo to hell is paved with good intentions, … ›

More on PLF's new lawsuit: Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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Did PLF clients influence Trump executive order? Hopefully.

For years, Pacific Legal Foundation has been helping to protect individuals from the irrational and abusive expansion of the Clean Water Act (CWA). In far too many cases, the government … ›

What if the Clean Water Act is unconstitutionally vague?

As regular readers know, PLF argued a case in the Supreme Court of the United States last week, U.S. Army Corps v. Hawkes Co., concerning whether property owners can have … ›

Is Congress going to clear up the Clean Water Act morass?

Over at the Cato at Liberty blog, Ilya Shapiro reports on an effort to rein in the EPA’s abuse of property rights under the Clean Water Act.  PLF has long … ›

Reason covers PLF's Smith Clean Water Act victory

Thanks to Tom Steward for covering Peter and Frankie Smiths’ victory against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in this article on Reason.com.  In the article, Steward also discusses an important case … ›

My two-year battle with the United States Army

The following is PLF client Peter Smith’s retelling of the events leading up to and including his lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. My wife, Frankie, and I … ›

Talking about Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

This Saturday, March 16th, Peter Smith and I will be speaking with radio talk show host Barbara Simpson on KSFO 560 San Francisco at 5:30pm.  For those of you who don’t live in … ›

Feds say dry creek bed is not a “water of the United States” after all

In a surprising move, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did an about face in the lawsuit PLF filed on behalf of Santa Fe property owners Peter and Frankie Smith.  … ›

Editorializing Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Yesterday’s Albuquerque Journal ran an editorial on PLF’s new lawsuit, Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  It begins: To paraphrase, the arroyo to hell is paved with good intentions, … ›

More on PLF's new lawsuit: Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Did PLF clients influence Trump executive order? Hopefully.

For years, Pacific Legal Foundation has been helping to protect individuals from the irrational and abusive expansion of the Clean Water Act (CWA). In far too many cases, the government … ›

What if the Clean Water Act is unconstitutionally vague?

As regular readers know, PLF argued a case in the Supreme Court of the United States last week, U.S. Army Corps v. Hawkes Co., concerning whether property owners can have … ›

Is Congress going to clear up the Clean Water Act morass?

Over at the Cato at Liberty blog, Ilya Shapiro reports on an effort to rein in the EPA’s abuse of property rights under the Clean Water Act.  PLF has long … ›

Reason covers PLF's Smith Clean Water Act victory

Thanks to Tom Steward for covering Peter and Frankie Smiths’ victory against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in this article on Reason.com.  In the article, Steward also discusses an important case … ›

My two-year battle with the United States Army

The following is PLF client Peter Smith’s retelling of the events leading up to and including his lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. My wife, Frankie, and I … ›

Talking about Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

This Saturday, March 16th, Peter Smith and I will be speaking with radio talk show host Barbara Simpson on KSFO 560 San Francisco at 5:30pm.  For those of you who don’t live in … ›

Feds say dry creek bed is not a “water of the United States” after all

In a surprising move, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did an about face in the lawsuit PLF filed on behalf of Santa Fe property owners Peter and Frankie Smith.  … ›

Editorializing Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Yesterday’s Albuquerque Journal ran an editorial on PLF’s new lawsuit, Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  It begins: To paraphrase, the arroyo to hell is paved with good intentions, … ›

More on PLF's new lawsuit: Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers