A call to end religious discrimination in Montana’s schools

Last week, PLF urged a federal court to freeze a Montana rule that forbids privately donated tuition assistance to kids attending religious schools while the court considers the constitutionality of this bald discrimination. … Continue reading

School choice, union power, and Obamacare

I will be on the air for another round of radio interviews this week. On Thursday morning, I’ll be talking about the Montana case and our Obamacare challenge with Pastor Greg Young. You can listen live here at 8:00 a.m. PST tomorrow morning, and … Continue reading

Scrap tires and school choice

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a religious liberty case that may bear on the success of school choice across the country. The case doesn’t directly involve school choice. It’s about scrap tires and playgrounds. But its outcome may determine the extent to … Continue reading

Racial preferences undermine the dream of Dr. King

On this day we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This holiday commemorates Dr. King’s remarkable struggles to combat racial inequality through nonviolence. My blog post from two years ago highlights his belief in American … Continue reading

Is the NCAA ban on felon coaches discriminatory? (hint: no)

The NCAA sponsors high school basketball tournaments and prohibits anyone who has been convicted of a felony from coaching in them. Dominic Hardie, a black high school basketball coach with felony conviction for drug possession on his record, has sued the NCAA for … Continue reading

PLF attorney Wen Fa talks Montana school choice with Andy Caldwell

Please tune in at 4:30pm Pacific to hear Andy Caldwell and me discuss PLF’s efforts to preserve school choice for thousands of students and parents in Montana. You can listen online here. Update: You can listen to our discussion below. … Continue reading

A year of victories for liberty

This weeks Courting Liberty podcast provides a summary of major PLF cases in 2015 for economic liberty, free speech, and property rights. It was certainly a year to remember for PLF, with great successes in courts across the United States … Continue reading

Standing up for equal rights in higher education on Courting Liberty

PLF is supporting Abigail Fisher’s challenge to race-based admissions criteria at the University of Texas-Austin. The case is before the U.S. Supreme Court for a second time, and a ruling for Fisher could force universities across the country to finally … Continue reading

Fresno newspaper calls Proposition 209 a “mistake”

Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument for the second time in Abigail Fisher’s case against the University of Texas at Austin.  The Fresno Bee’s editorial board chimed in on the case yesterday, criticizing California’s Proposition 209 … Continue reading