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U.S. Supreme Court is asked to review ‘graveyard law’ that allows government trespassing

U.S. Supreme Court is asked to review ‘graveyard law’ that allows government trespassing

Agents for this East Pennsylvania town came onto Rose Mary Knick’s property several years ago without asking her permission or obtaining a warrant of any kind. Their purpose? To search for old burial sites. When they claimed to have found one, the town issued her a citation for not allowing the public to visit her […]

Meeting Notice: Ormond Beach Restoration and Public Access Plan.

Meeting Notice: Ormond Beach Restoration and Public Access Plan.

WHAT:  First Public Meeting about the Ormond Beach Restoration and Public Access Plan. The State Coastal Conservancy, The Nature Conservancy, and the City of Oxnard are preparing a plan to restore the coastal wetlands, dunes, and associated uplands at Ormond Beach as well as to improve public access to the Beach. We invite members of […]

June 21 Public Meeting – Ormond Beach Restoration and Public Access Plan

June 21 Public Meeting – Ormond Beach Restoration and Public Access Plan

WHEN:  Wednesday, June 21, 2017, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm WHERE:  Oxnard Performing Arts & Convention Center – Ventura Room 800 Hobson Way, Oxnard, CA  The State Coastal Conservancy, The Nature Conservancy and the City of Oxnard seek your input at the first public meeting to prepare a plan to restore the coastal wetlands, dunes, and […]

Legislature plans to close entrance to public, provide lobbyists special access

Legislature plans to close entrance to public, provide lobbyists special access

By John Hrabe . Though it brands itself as “the people’s house,” the California State Capitol will soon become less accessible to the public, while continuing to provide lobbyists with “special access.” Beginning February 1, the California state Legislature intends to convert its east entrance from public to “employee and lobbyist only,” according to an internal security […]

Pacific Legal Fund defends farmers and the public’s right to use public lands

Pacific Legal Fund defends farmers and the public’s right to use public lands

Update given by Pacific Legal Foundation Bad to the Corps:   Shoot First, Ask Questions Later A federal judge will rule shortly on our case to defend the due process rights of the Duarte family, which was blind-sided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Without any prior notice, regulators ordered suspension of farming activities […]