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.
The Appeal Challenges Lower Court’s Refusal to Address Boulder’s Constitutional Violations Denver, CO. – April 3, 2019 – Mountain States Legal Foundation (MSLF) filed its Reply Brief today in a federal appellate court in a case that has broad implications for the ability of city governments to restrict firearm ownership. The case, Caldara v. City of Boulder, originated last…
Mountain States Legal Foundation filed an amicus curiae brief in support of a Petition for Writ of Certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in connection with the case, Love Terminal Partners, L.P. v. United States.
Taos, New Mexico, represented by Mountain States Legal Foundation,
urges Supreme Court to rule war memorials with crosses constitutional.
Lakewood, CO. – October 2, 2018 – A generation-long battle over access to a lake in northern Michigan between private landowners and the U.S. Forest Service ended Monday when the United States Supreme Court denied an appeal by environmental groups, who sought to restrict recreational use of the lake (Herr v. U.S. Forest Service). In 2010, David and Pamela Herr purchased land on the shore of…