Illegal OSHA rule is canceled after suit by PLF and NFIB

In the wake of a lawsuit by PLF, representing the National Federation of Independent Business, the U.S. Department of Labor has now withdrawn the union “walk-around” rule .

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PLF asks U.S. Supreme Court to hear Nies case

The case asks whether public officials can seize private beach land, without compensation, by unilaterally redefining it as subject to government control as a “public trust.”

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President Trump orders review of 21 years of Antiquities Act abuse

Presidents have treated the Antiquities Act as a blank check to shut down productive activity over vast areas, in the belief that doing so will establish their environmental legacy.

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West Virginia repeals "Competitor's Veto" statute

By Governor Justice signing SB 174, West Virginia is more free today because its cartel for the moving business has been repealed.

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Ohio creamery takes on Wisconsin's tough butter laws

Family owned Minerva Dairy can't sell its artisanal butters in the Dairy State because of Wisconsin’s anti-competitive, mass-commodity 'grading' requirements.

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Full coverage of PLF's Supreme Court oral argument in Murr v. Wisconsin

The historic property rights case was argued at the U.S Supreme Court on March 20, 2017. Follow the links below for full coverage of this historic day for PLF!

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Wildcat Moving, R.J. Bruner

PLF Client Highlight

“I want to thank Pacific Legal Foundation for helping me win this victory for my family, and for all landowners, large and small, to have access to the courts when their rights are at risk."

Kevin Pierce, Vice President of Hawkes Company

Wildcat Moving, R.J. Bruner

PLF Testimonial

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Trevor Burrus, Research Fellow at CATO Institute

PLF Client Highlight

“We are thrilled that the settlement we reached with the County will allow us to operate our business how we intended, without unfair government interference in the future. We owe a debt of thanks to our PLF attorneys in the Atlantic Center, and to the supporters of PLF’s legal program.”

Robert & Anita Breinig

Wildcat Moving, R.J. Bruner

PLF Testimonial

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Professor Steven Eagle, George Mason School of Law

 

 

 
 
 

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Oklahoma can't cancel the First Amendment

Peggy Fontenot, a prominent American Indian artist, is standing up against an Oklahoma Law that forbids her from selling her art as American Indian made.

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Short-term home rentals and safe neighborhoods can coexist
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There’s no longer a union walk-around rule
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