Harvard Law Professor: EPA Climate Rule Is Unconstitutional

Michael Bastasch The Daily Caller 12/5/2014

The Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rule to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants is unconstitutional because it violates the Tenth Amendment and the Fifth Amendment, according to a noted liberal Harvard law professor.

“In short, coal has been a bedrock component of our economy and energy policy for […]

Florida’s Property Rights Abuse Lands at the Supreme Court

The justices prepare to hear a major 5th Amendment case.

Damon W. Root Reason Magazine 12/16/2012

…Since 1994, [the St. Johns River Water Management District of Florida] has refused to permit the commercial development of a small piece of property located in Orange County, Florida, unless the owner first agrees to transfer the title to […]

Federal Government Loses Big in Supreme Court Property Rights Case

Damon W. Root Reason Magazine 12/4/2012

The federal government suffered a major defeat today at the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. United States. In their unanimous decision, the justices rejected the government’s sweeping claim that a series of recurring floods induced by the U.S. Army Corps of […]