For Immediate Release: March 23, 2020 Denver, CO – To say that Tom Paterson is a good rancher would be an understatement. His Spur Ranch Cattle Company has been recognized multiple times for its exemplary stewardship of the rugged borderlands between New Mexico and Arizona. Yet Tom is just one of dozens of good New Mexico and Arizona ranchers now threatened by an environmentalist group’s lawsuit…
News release: Denver, CO — Feb. 26, 2020 — Mountain States Legal Foundation filed an amicus curiae brief with the First Circuit Court of Appeals late yesterday in support of students fighting to end racial discrimination by the Harvard admissions office.
Mountain States Legal Foundation declared victory today in Nesbitt v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s decision not to reinstate an appeal of the ruling against its firearms ban is an unequivocal win for the Second Amendment and U.S. citizens.
Ranchers and Farmers in western Wyoming asked the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals today to recognize the injuries ranchers and farmers will continue to suffer if the Court does not overturn a lower court’s decision to return the Yellowstone-area grizzly bear to the List of Endangered and Threatened Species.
Thousands of Air Traffic Controller Candidates Seek Class Action Status in Lawsuit Over FAA Hiring Discrimination
Mountain States Legal Foundation filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Washington D.C., today seeking to advance class action status for more than 2,500 aspiring air traffic controllers who were harmed by the FAA’s racially discriminatory hiring policies.
Mountain States Legal Foundation (MSLF) presented oral argument today in a federal appellate court in a case that has broad implications for the ability of city governments to restrict firearm ownership.
In Appeal, Wyoming Ranchers Say Scientific Consensus Supports De-listing of Yellowstone Grizzly Bear
MSLF’s appeal asks the court to recognize that, based on the best available science, the Yellowstone grizzly is fully recovered.
In a 7-2 ruling the United States Supreme Court upheld the right of communities to build and maintain war memorials that include crosses.
One man’s thirty five-year battle with the federal government appeared to end last September, when a federal judge ruled that the Department of the Interior had wrongly cancelled his oil and gas lease. But the battle was not over.
Mountain States Legal Foundation filed a petition for a writ of mandamus in the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia in the case, Rayco, LLC v. Bernhardt.