PLF supports at-will employment in Michigan

Here at the Liberty Blog, we often write about the benefits of at-will employment for both the employee and the employer. A system that allows both sides to end the employment relationship for any reason or no reason not only … Continue reading

The government can’t call speech “conduct,” then require a license for it

If the First Amendment means anything, it means the right to speak freely without asking for permission first. Yet in Nebraska, you have to get a government license before advertising.  PLF client Leslie Young helps people to sell their homes … Continue reading

Dragon slayers and fruit pickers

Backwards laws that stifle our economy deserve fresh scrutiny. In a recent paper called “Low-Hanging Fruit Guarded by Dragons,” Brink Lindsey analyzes the evils of regressive regulation, “policies whose primary effect is to inflate the incomes and wealth of the rich, the powerful, and … Continue reading

Nevada Governor Sandoval sides with the cronies…and against Nevadans

Sad news from Carson City today, where Gov. Brian Sandoval has chosen to keep in place the nation’s most anti-competitive licensing law. This morning, Sandoval announced his veto of SB 183, a bill that would have opened the market for … Continue reading

You can’t sue businesses just because you don’t like something they do

Yesterday PLF filed this letter brief asking the California Supreme Court to review an Unfair Competition Law (UCL) case that threatens important civil justice reforms enacted by California voters. The UCL forbids any “unfair,” “misleading,” or “unlawful,” business practice.  Once … Continue reading

PLF’s Sandefur, Wood, and Thompson on property, race, and economic liberty

I guest-hosted a show on KFMB radio in San Diego last week, and discussed many of the cases PLF’s litigating in defense of private property rights, racial equality, and sensible environmental policy. In the first hour Monday, I talked about … Continue reading

Explore the Competitor’s Veto

This week, PLF launched a webpage dedicated to our nationwide campaign against Competitor’s Veto laws.  We also released a bunch of fun materials to familiarize people with those unfair and unconstitutional statutes—and to show exactly what PLF is doing to fight … Continue reading

Have 60 seconds? Want to learn more about the Competitor’s Veto?

This week, we continued our nationwide campaign against Competitor’s Veto laws by filing suit in Pennsylvania, and we introduced our new webpage dedicated to the project. If you want to learn more about the Competitor’s Veto, but don’t have a … Continue reading