Organizations Filed Purposes:
Assist communities in the protection, education and research of property rights.
ASL assists communities in the protection of private property rights, researches current issues affecting those rights, advocates for the communitys policies that protect those rights and educates the public and elected leaders through seminars and publications.ASL also pursues public interest litigation by (1) litigating issues relating to property rights, (2) providing advice to attorneys working in property rights cases, and (3) facilitating cases related to property rights.ASL spearheaded litigation to delist two endangered species causing significant economic harm to its landowner members who are prevented from using their land and to local governments that provide necessary community services. ASL filed litigation to require the federal government to remove these species from the ESA list and to lift all restrictions on private property.ASL assisted several local county governments in New Mexico, Utah, Idaho and Texas by leading coordination meetings between federal and state agencies that restrict the use of livestock grazing and other human activities on private property with both local governments.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Margaret Byfield||Executive Direc||40||$91,128|
|Porter J Martin||Director||1||$0|
|Carolyn Carey||Vice Chairman||1||$0|
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