Latest News

MSLF Confronts EPA Over Conflict of Interest

MSLF attorneys asked acting EPA Inspector General Charles Sheehan to examine possible conflicts of interest in the EPA’s conduct after it caused the release of some 3 million gallons of acidic mine waste from the Gold King mine into the Animas River.

The Litigator

Atheists Want to Tear Down WWII Memorial

The Constitution protects the rights of communities to govern themselves, and to honor their fallen heroes. Communities should not have to fear the threats of radical outsiders who try to impose their pet ideologies.

The Litigator

Fight Escalates Over Race-Based Hiring Program at the FAA

The job of an air traffic controller is among the most challenging and important jobs in the nation. It requires intelligence, skill, and aptitude. The critical decisions made by air traffic controllers directly impact the safety of millions of air travelers. People who do this vital job hold people’s lives in their hands.

The Litigator

Hunting Guide’s Killing Raises Stakes in Grizzly Case

U.S. District Court Judge Dana Christensen issued a decision in late September invalidating the delisting of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly bear and returning the bear to the endangered species list—contrary to the recommendation of 20 years of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service research, and the pleas of Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Mountain States Legal Foundation’s clients.

Action Update

Wyoming Ranchers Ask Court To Uphold Original Purpose Of Endangered Species Act

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliud igitur esse censet gaudere, aliud non dolere. Res enim fortasse verae, certe graves, non ita tractantur, ut debent, sed aliquanto minutius. Mihi enim satis est, ipsis non satis. Deinde prima illa, quae in congressu solemus: Quid tu, inquit, huc? Duo Reges: constructio interrete. Cur igitur, inquam,…