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PILF Backs Virginia Mail Ballot Postmark Bill

(RICHMOND, VA.) — January 14, 2021: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) today offered support for the recently filed HB 2115 in the Virginia House of Delegates—a bill setting clear requirements on postmarks for absentee ballots. The bill, filed by Delegate Margaret B. Ransone (HD-99, Kinsale), would require that absentee ballots received after the close […]

PILF Commends Texas Ballot Harvesting Arrest

(SAN ANTONIO, TX.) — January 13, 2021: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) applauds Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and his office’s efforts on the arrest of San Antonio-based alleged mail ballot harvester Rachel Rodriguez. “Today’s announcement marks another example of how Texas is leading the nation in effective investigations into ballot harvesting,” PILF President […]

SCOTUS Will Hear Donor Privacy Protection Case

PILF Brief: 12 Times Donors Were Targeted for Harassment or Worse (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – January 11, 2021: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) applauds the U.S. Supreme Court for taking an important case involving California’s donor disclosure laws. The Foundation previously filed an amicus curiae brief in support of the Americans for Prosperity Foundation’s petition. […]

PILF Statement on U.S. Capitol Riot

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) — January 6, 2021: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) condemns the riots occurring at the U.S. Capitol and potentially others. “All violence and trespassing at the U.S. Capitol must cease and law enforcement authority should use all appropriate means to quell the lawlessness. Rioters demanding ‘election integrity’ have in some cases been […]

Adams to Laura Ingraham: Congress Could Turn 2020 Election Changes into Bad Law

PILF President and General Counsel joined Laura Ingraham to discuss why Washington is behind the curve on key election integrity issues.

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