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Who is Afraid of Judicial Review?

Who is Afraid of Judicial Review?

By Eric Siddall On March 2, 2019, the Los Angeles Times editorial board attacked district attorneys as craven politicians out to maximize punitive sentences. The reason for the attack is because a number of district attorneys have challenged the constitutionality of a law enacted by the state Legislature. The law, enacted pursuant to Senate Bill 1391, prohibits the transfers of 14 and […]

U. S. Supreme Court rules in favor of property owners over the Feds

U. S. Supreme Court rules in favor of property owners over the Feds

Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) won a precedent-setting victory for property owners’ rights today when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in our favor in the PLF case of United States Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes.  The groundbreaking decision accepted PLF’s arguments that landowners have a right to seek judicial review when their property is designated as […]