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INFOGRAPHIC: Can governments use building permits to extort property owners?

The Supreme Court will hear a landmark property-rights case (Sheetz v. County of El Dorado) with major economic implications. When a decision will be...
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Supreme Court will hear case on unsheltered homeless

40% of homeless population are unsheltered 40% of homeless are black 30% of homeless are chronically homeless 60% of homeless are male 26% of homeless are seriously mentally...

Supreme Court preview for January 2024: Chevron Deference breathes its last?

In one of the biggest cases of the current term, the Supreme Court’s calendar for January 2024 features arguments about the limit of federal...

Constitution crosses into digital world

The Supreme Court has been busy this year. Potentially adding to other notable recent decisions, the Supreme Court will hear cases involving property rights,...

Infographic: Discrimination domino effect

In June the Supreme Court struck down race-based admissions in Students for Fair Admissions versus Harvard and University of North Carolina. The decision affects...

Supreme Court urged to step in on NYC’s rent-control laws

The Supreme Court is considering a petition to hear a case that challenges New York City’s rent stabilization law as pressure builds from stakeholders...

Groups urge Supreme Court to overrule pro-bureaucracy rule that aids administrative state

Limited-government advocates are urging the Supreme Court to overrule “Chevron deference,” a bureaucracy-empowering legal doctrine they say has distorted the U.S. system of government...

Industry associations respond to Supreme Court WOTUS ruling

In Sackett v. EPA, the Supreme Court ruled 9-0 that the Clean Water Act only applies to wetlands that have a continuous surface connection...

SCOTUS grants major victory for property rights

The U.S. Supreme Court announced that two property owners in Montana will have their day in court to prove that the U.S. Forest Service...

U.S. Supreme Court decides in favor of property owners

Property owners won a significant victory in the recent case of Pakdel v. San Francisco, in which the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a restrictive...

Return of Waters

At the urging of NAHB and other business groups, the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to the Clean Water Act...

Supreme Court blocks mandate

National Federation of Independent Businesses v. OSHA, rejected a Biden Administration effort to mandate vaccination or testing for COVID in workplaces with more than...

Property rights versus labor unions in the Supreme Court

As the Supreme Court’s recent Obamacare case illustrates, the justices no longer enforce most of the Constitution’s limits on the federal government. But a...

Supreme Court takes up key housing discrimination case

There may be many reasons for a racial disparity in home loans—for example, financial qualifications—that have nothing to do with discrimination. Yet businesses routinely...

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