Fighting coercion that violates the Constitution

Marin County’s new forced-farming mandate denies building permits to landowners in the coastal agricultural zone unless they agree to personally engage in farming or ranching.

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Supreme Court asked to review Michigan’s abusive foreclosure law

The Michigan General Property Tax Act allows local government to sell people’s property for delinquent taxes, and hoard any extra profits for itself.

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A land grab that threatens everyone’s property rights

PLF has asked the Supreme Court to review the federal government’s unprecedented designation of private property as “critical habitat” for a species that isn’t found there.

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California Supreme Court deals blow to coastal property owners

The California Supreme Court heard PLF's challenge to the California Coastal Commission’s attack on some Encinitas residents’ right to protect their oceanfront homes.

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Seattle’s new “democracy voucher” program flouts the First Amendment

PLF is fighting back against forcing Seattle property owners, through a new tax, to subsidize other people’s political campaign donations and fund candidates not of their choosing.

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PLF is defending California’s booksellers

PLF filed a constitutional lawsuit against the onerous new state restrictions that will make it extremely risky, if not impossible, for stores to sell autographed books or host author events.

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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

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"Most people wouldn't stick it out, and since PLF is litigating for principle, we have to thank PLF for doing what they do."

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

"Individuals for whom a major case is a one shot deal are far more aggrieved. Most individuals cannot afford to do anything with that grievance, and that's where organizations like PLF come in."

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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PLF submits letter on GMO labeling rule
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Notice of anticipated gnatcatcher lawsuit submitted
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Can government force you to pay for your political opponents’ campaign contributions?
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Minnesota Supreme Court abandons limits on tort liability
Monday, July 17, 2017 11:10:02 AM

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James Burling to speak about property rights to the Florida Chamber of Commerce Permitting School in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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