Thousands of schools throughout the country are still almost completely segregated and, according to the Sacramento-based Pacific Legal Foundation, as many as 1,000 districts still voluntarily pursue integration using race in some form.
What does PLF stand for?
PLF stands for Pacific Legal Foundation
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An attorney for the Pacific Legal Foundation told the Contra Costa Times that an appeal to the U.
The lawsuit - filed in Eugene federal court by the Pacific Legal Foundation on behalf of property owners, farmers and business groups in Oregon, Washington, California and Idaho - alleges that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's fisheries division broke the law by failing to follow the Endangered Species Act, which requires the agency to treat all fish the same.
Klein and Keenan are counsel to the Pacific Legal Foundation which has filed Amicus Briefs with the Court of Appeals in the Seawall Case, the Ziman Case, and most recently in a case dealing with succession rights.
Conference of Catholic Bishops, the National Jewish Commission on Law and Public Affairs, the Claremont Institute, the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, the National Association for Independent Schools, the Center for Educational Reform, Vermonters for Better Education, the CATO Institute, the Pacific Legal Foundation, the Rutherford Institute, the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights and the Christian Legal Society.
Such public-interest law firms as the Pacific Legal Foundation, the Washington Legal Foundation, the Institute for Justice, and Defenders of Property Rights represented clients who were victims of regulatory takings and filed amicus briefs in federal and state court cases.