Friday, September 2, 2005

On a Lighter Note -- Walking at the Beach

Recent beach access cases in Michgan, New Jersey, and California (reported in a good article - Now, a Day at the Beach Can Mean a Day in Court) may ultimately come to the Supreme Court as takings claims.  Remember the Court denied cert in the Oregon beach access case, Stevens v. Cannon Beach, 510 U.S. 1207 (March 21, 1994), but J. Scalia dissented, sharply criticizing new found common law rights.  He may get a crack at beach access assuming Judge Roberts is confirmed.

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