It’s time for Minnesota to let Kaiden dance

The Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) governs interscholastic sports in Minnesota. It creates the eligibility criteria for sports, establishes the rules, governs sportsmanship, and is in charge of officiating. One … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 4, 2017

POTUS on WOTUS: “It’s a horrible, horrible rule. Has sort of a nice name, but everything else is bad.” Victory in California Supreme Court on Coho Salmon delisting petition Petition … ›

Do minor bureaucrats tell federal judges what to think?

Last week PLF filed this amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Gloucester County School Board v. G.G. The question in this case is whether federal judges … ›

Title IX claims latest victim

Temple University was forced to cut 7 sports to remain compliant with Title IX.  Title IX, which was once used to prevent sex-based discrimination, is now its cause.

What does suing schools have to do with supporting our troops?

Hans Bader, of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, wonders too.  In his latest article, he writes about a peculiar attempt by Congress to overrule the Supreme Court with respect to Title VI of … ›

Cheerleading is still not a sport

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that competitive cheerleading is not a sport.  This is a very disappointing decision.  It is a slap in the face to the athletes that … ›

American Sports Council denied their day in court

PLF’s lawsuit, American Sports Council v. Department of Education, was dismissed yesterday.  This is really unfortunate news.  The court held that American Sports Council (ASC) did not suffer any injury as … ›

Does Title IX reach voluntary donations?

It shouldn’t, but that hasn’t stopped gender quota activists from tying to prevent voluntary booster clubs from supporting student athletes. Yes, these crusaders have even tried to stop bake sales … ›

Fact checking the Department of Education on Title IX

Check out this post from our friends (and clients) at the American Sports Council.

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It’s time for Minnesota to let Kaiden dance

The Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) governs interscholastic sports in Minnesota. It creates the eligibility criteria for sports, establishes the rules, governs sportsmanship, and is in charge of officiating. One … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 4, 2017

POTUS on WOTUS: “It’s a horrible, horrible rule. Has sort of a nice name, but everything else is bad.” Victory in California Supreme Court on Coho Salmon delisting petition Petition … ›

Do minor bureaucrats tell federal judges what to think?

Last week PLF filed this amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Gloucester County School Board v. G.G. The question in this case is whether federal judges … ›

Title IX claims latest victim

Temple University was forced to cut 7 sports to remain compliant with Title IX.  Title IX, which was once used to prevent sex-based discrimination, is now its cause.

What does suing schools have to do with supporting our troops?

Hans Bader, of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, wonders too.  In his latest article, he writes about a peculiar attempt by Congress to overrule the Supreme Court with respect to Title VI of … ›

Cheerleading is still not a sport

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that competitive cheerleading is not a sport.  This is a very disappointing decision.  It is a slap in the face to the athletes that … ›

American Sports Council denied their day in court

PLF’s lawsuit, American Sports Council v. Department of Education, was dismissed yesterday.  This is really unfortunate news.  The court held that American Sports Council (ASC) did not suffer any injury as … ›

Does Title IX reach voluntary donations?

It shouldn’t, but that hasn’t stopped gender quota activists from tying to prevent voluntary booster clubs from supporting student athletes. Yes, these crusaders have even tried to stop bake sales … ›

Fact checking the Department of Education on Title IX

Check out this post from our friends (and clients) at the American Sports Council.

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It’s time for Minnesota to let Kaiden dance

The Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) governs interscholastic sports in Minnesota. It creates the eligibility criteria for sports, establishes the rules, governs sportsmanship, and is in charge of officiating. One … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 4, 2017

POTUS on WOTUS: “It’s a horrible, horrible rule. Has sort of a nice name, but everything else is bad.” Victory in California Supreme Court on Coho Salmon delisting petition Petition … ›

Do minor bureaucrats tell federal judges what to think?

Last week PLF filed this amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Gloucester County School Board v. G.G. The question in this case is whether federal judges … ›

Title IX claims latest victim

Temple University was forced to cut 7 sports to remain compliant with Title IX.  Title IX, which was once used to prevent sex-based discrimination, is now its cause.

What does suing schools have to do with supporting our troops?

Hans Bader, of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, wonders too.  In his latest article, he writes about a peculiar attempt by Congress to overrule the Supreme Court with respect to Title VI of … ›

Cheerleading is still not a sport

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that competitive cheerleading is not a sport.  This is a very disappointing decision.  It is a slap in the face to the athletes that … ›

American Sports Council denied their day in court

PLF’s lawsuit, American Sports Council v. Department of Education, was dismissed yesterday.  This is really unfortunate news.  The court held that American Sports Council (ASC) did not suffer any injury as … ›

Does Title IX reach voluntary donations?

It shouldn’t, but that hasn’t stopped gender quota activists from tying to prevent voluntary booster clubs from supporting student athletes. Yes, these crusaders have even tried to stop bake sales … ›

Fact checking the Department of Education on Title IX

Check out this post from our friends (and clients) at the American Sports Council.

It’s time for Minnesota to let Kaiden dance

The Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) governs interscholastic sports in Minnesota. It creates the eligibility criteria for sports, establishes the rules, governs sportsmanship, and is in charge of officiating. One … ›

Weekly litigation report — March 4, 2017

POTUS on WOTUS: “It’s a horrible, horrible rule. Has sort of a nice name, but everything else is bad.” Victory in California Supreme Court on Coho Salmon delisting petition Petition … ›

Do minor bureaucrats tell federal judges what to think?

Last week PLF filed this amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States in Gloucester County School Board v. G.G. The question in this case is whether federal judges … ›

Title IX claims latest victim

Temple University was forced to cut 7 sports to remain compliant with Title IX.  Title IX, which was once used to prevent sex-based discrimination, is now its cause.

What does suing schools have to do with supporting our troops?

Hans Bader, of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, wonders too.  In his latest article, he writes about a peculiar attempt by Congress to overrule the Supreme Court with respect to Title VI of … ›

Cheerleading is still not a sport

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that competitive cheerleading is not a sport.  This is a very disappointing decision.  It is a slap in the face to the athletes that … ›

American Sports Council denied their day in court

PLF’s lawsuit, American Sports Council v. Department of Education, was dismissed yesterday.  This is really unfortunate news.  The court held that American Sports Council (ASC) did not suffer any injury as … ›

Does Title IX reach voluntary donations?

It shouldn’t, but that hasn’t stopped gender quota activists from tying to prevent voluntary booster clubs from supporting student athletes. Yes, these crusaders have even tried to stop bake sales … ›

Fact checking the Department of Education on Title IX

Check out this post from our friends (and clients) at the American Sports Council.