Mountain States Legal Foundation on Monday argued that legislators, county commissions, school districts, and a special district board suing to overturn Colorado’s voter-approved Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) lack the legal “standing” to bring the challenge
Denver, Colorado — December 3, 2020 — No one ever accused Mountain States Legal Foundation of lacking persistence in pursuit of justice. Hand the group a compelling case on behalf of a worthy client – even a case that dates to the 1980s — and it’s like a hungry dog going after a bone. MSLF…
Mountain States Legal Foundation’s newly established Center to Keep and Bear Arms (CKBA) won’t be confining itself to precedent-setting cases in the Rocky Mountain region—its first two case announcements prove just that. The Center to Keep and Bear Arms’ fight to defend gun rights is national in scope, reaching from coast to coast, and from sea to shining sea.
The Supreme Court denied Mountain States Legal Foundation’s (MSLF) petition for review on behalf of its clients in Caldara v. City of Boulder—but this fight is far from over.
This case will have profound implications for how the federal government defines firearms as well as Americans’ liberty to self-manufacture firearms for personal use.
Mountain States Legal Foundation today announced the creation of a new center of legal excellence within the firm focused exclusively on fighting for Americans’ besieged Second Amendment protected rights.
Mountain States Legal Foundation this week filed an amended class action complaint in the case of Brigida v. U.S Department of Transportation, following a federal judge’s order allowing plaintiffs to move forward with pre-class certification discovery. It’s a breakthrough in the case MSLF has been fighting to achieve over the past two years.
Mountain States Legal Foundation (MSLF) formally petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday to overturn the Tenth Circuit’s decision to deny a federal hearing in the gun owner’s rights case Caldara v. Boulder.
Mountain States Legal Foundation Attorney Cody Wisniewski today offered these comments in response to a grizzly bear-related ruling by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. “It is heartening to see the Ninth Circuit recognize the accomplishments of the grizzly bear recovery effort – specifically noting the successful recovery of the Yellowstone area species,” said Wisniewski…
Denver, Co — July 1, 2020 — Shepherds have herded their flocks on the slopes of southern Colorado’s San Juan Mountains since before they became part of the national forest system. Domestic sheep and their wild cousins, the bighorn, safely and amicably shared these vast spaces for a century or more. Now, however, professional green…