State property rights laws: the impact of those laws on my land
This policy focus report examines the conservative land use movement that emerged in the 1990s to pursue a vigorous legislative agenda at every level of government. While the specific impacts of laws to protect private property rights have been minimal, they have reshaped public perceptions about the balance between private and public rights in land. A middle ground is required that recognizes the need to regulate private property while respecting the core concept of private property rights.
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