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Cattlemen's petition against California Department of Fish and Wildlife in discovery phase

By Glenn Minnis | Jan 24, 2017

SAN DIEGO — California Department of Fish and Wildlife officials have responded to a suit filed by the Pacific Legal Foundation accusing the government of being derelict in its protection of 233 animals found on the state’s endangered-species list by insisting it lacks sufficient information to either confirm or deny the allegations.

Judge rules Coastal Commission overreached in forcing mobile homeowner to waive property protection right

By Taryn Phaneuf | Sep 21, 2016

SAN CLEMENTE – A judge has ruled that the state agency responsible for overseeing land use and public access to the California coast overreached when it tried to force a beachfront homeowner to waive his rights to repair and maintain a rock wall that protects his and other homes from erosion and storms.

Appeal pending in Hughson farmer's Clean Water Act, WOTUS case

By Karen Kidd | Sep 1, 2016

HUGHSON – A federal judge erred earlier this summer when she ruled against a Stanislaus County farmer fighting federal regulators over the Clean Water Act and claims that his property contains Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS), a Pacific Legal Foundation attorney said during a recent interview.

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