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Thank you for visiting the PLF Liberty Blog! As of November 1, 2011, we are blogging at a new site, http://blog.pacificlegal.org. Please bookmark our new site in your browser favorites! To make sure that existing links to posts on this... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Brandon Middleton Looks like the greenies are having a nice little field day in response to the Supreme Court's decision not to review PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to the federal delta smelt regulations. Feel free to peruse their sites... Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Timothy Sandefur This morning, Pacific Legal Foundation joined our Claremont Institute friends to file this brief in support of Florida’s challenge to the constitutionality of the Obama Administration’s health care law. This is one of five petitions that the... Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Brandon Middleton This morning the Supreme Court issued an order declining to review Stewart & Jasper Orchards v. Salazar, PLF's Commerce Clause challenge to federal delta smelt restrictions. More thoughts to come later today. Update: Here is Bloomberg's story... Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Timothy Sandefur Chapman University law professor Ronald Rotunda explores the purportedly un-reversible provision of Obamacare that establishes a board of Platonic Guardians to oversee Medicare. You can read more about that case here. Continue reading
Posted Oct 28, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Timothy Sandefur If you’re looking for a little something for that friend or family member who’s interested in the Constitution and its relevance today, you might consider picking up one of these excellent recent books. 1) James Madison by... Continue reading
Posted Oct 28, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Joshua Thompson Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle, PLF principal attorney Sharon Browne, and Center for Equal Opportunity President Roger Clegg authored this op-ed. Here's a snippet: The Constitution, properly interpreted, doesn't accept excuses for racial discrimination. If the Equal... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Brandon Middleton So asks the Romberg Tiburon Center in its latest report. A rhetorical question perhaps, but with an easy enough answer! Incidentally, we may know by next week whether the Supreme Court will hear PLF's constitutional challenge to... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Bill Wattenburg, host of a radio show on San Francisco's KGO Newstalk AM810, was discussing the threats that government bureaucracies present to our freedoms on his show last week. He used the Sackett case as a prime example, and also... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Timothy Sandefur The U.S. Supreme Court has called for the state of Florida to respond to the petition for certiorari in Locke v. Shore, the Florida interior design case in which we filed an amicus brief just a few... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Timothy Sandefur I start The Right to Earn A Living with a discussion of taxi licensing, and how the government’s restrictions on the taxi industry make the legally required “medallions” cost a ton of money. This hurts consumers, who... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Timothy Sandefur On Monday I was on the Peter Schiff show (no relation to my colleague, Damien) to talk about the right to earn a living and our lawsuit challenging the Missouri Mover Monopoly. You can listen online here. Continue reading
Posted Oct 26, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Starting in November, the PLF Liberty Blog will move to a different site: http://blog.PacificLegal.org. If you are a regular reader of our blog, please bookmark the new site! Please note, however, that we will be keeping this blog site alive... Continue reading
Posted Oct 26, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Reed Hopper The California gnatcatcher has been the center of controversy for years. It was listed as threatened in 1993 based on a questionable study by Atwood who concluded the seabird is a subspecies of a much larger population... Continue reading
Posted Oct 26, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Brandon Middleton From the Stockton Record's Alex Breitler: One of the Delta smelt scientists so sharply criticized by former federal judge Oliver Wanger has received an in-house award for her work on the contested biological opinion. Jennifer Norris last... Continue reading
Posted Oct 25, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Adam Pomeroy Last week PLF attorneys filed an amicus, or friend-of-the-court, brief in Maryland’s highest court, discussing employer liability for off-duty employees who drive while fatigued. The case is Barclay v. Ports America, Inc. Ports America operates marine cargo... Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Anne Hayes At the roundtable hosted by Senator Rand Paul a few weeks ago, Senator Mike Crapo of Idaho had a chance to meet Mike and Chantell Sackett and to talk to them about their case. Here is a... Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Adam Pomeroy Last week, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court. The brief asks the justices to review the case Fisher v. University of Texas. The cases involves Abigail Fisher’s challenge to the University... Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
The Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief this week in the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to review Hawaii’s racially discriminatory tax laws in a case called Corboy v. Louie. Continue reading
Posted Oct 20, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Timothy Sandefur One of the places where constitutional law is most confused is at the intersection of economics and expression. The First Amendment bars the government from abridging the freedom of speech, but in today’s world of pervasive government... Continue reading
Posted Oct 20, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Brandon Middleton Today, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Bay Institute filed this opening brief in their Ninth Circuit appeal of Judge Wanger's X2 injunction. Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Brandon Middleton The last week has seen the Interior Department face numerous questions from members of Congress regarding scientific determinations made under the Endangered Species Act. Last Thursday, the House Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight conducted a hearing on... Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Daniel Himebaugh PLF attorneys recently filed this amicus brief in Uintah County v. Salazar, a lawsuit challenging the Interior Department's controversial "wild lands" policy. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar initially presented this policy -- known as "wild lands" for the... Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog
Author: Paul J. Beard II It appears that one family's fight for the right to build a home without extortionate permit exactions imposed by the infamous California Coastal Commission may finally be coming to close. Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2011 at PLF Liberty Blog