Anastasia Boden is a Fellow in the College of Public Interest Law, where she works in Individual Rights and Economic Liberties.
“I thought that I would be Secretary of State one day.”
“There aren’t many law firms who do what Pacific Legal Foundation does”
“We sue the government when they violate our
“It’s definitely an uphill battle”
The Pacific Legal Foundation successfully challenged a Kentucky law that requires all moving businesses to obtain a “Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity,” a law that allows the state’s existing moving companies an opportunity to object to the issuance of any new certificate. When an objection is filed, the applicant must prove there is a “public need” for a new moving company. Yet the law doesn’t define “public need.”
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