Saturday, February 19, 2011
While my family members continue to occupy the state capitol in Madison along with thousands of others seeking to protect workers' rights in Wisconsin, I have been avidly reading all the news coverage.
Rick Hills at PrawfsBlag has an interesting take on the situation that might appeal to us Land Use-y types. He likens the governor's proposal to prohibit collective bargaining rights to Nollan/Dolan's limitation on exactions, arguing neither one will really get carried out in realty. Not sure I agree (and some commenters clearly do not), but I thank Rick for introducing me to a way to understand the situation through a land use lens.
- Jessica Owley
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