Wednesday, December 2, 2009
So the oral arguments in perhaps the biggest property/land use case since Kelo were today. Check out Will Cook's earlier post for some of the news articles about the case.
Ben Barros has a great post on the Property Prof Blog with some extensive early analysis. I don't have much else to add at this point, so just go over there and check it out: Of Hotdog Stands and Beach Parties.
Also, Lyle Denniston at SCOTUSblog has a good analysis: An elusive constitutional issue.
The transcripts of today's oral argument are available at supremecourtus.gov.
Certainly there will be more to come!
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