Monday, September 17, 2007
The Yale Law Journal's Pocket Part has a series of three posts on compensation for partial regulatory takings -- that is, those regulations that reduce property values, and that are the target of ballot initiatives like Oregon's Measure 37. The posts are Hannah Jacobs Wiseman, Partial Regulatory Takings: Stifling Community Participation Under the Guise of Kelo Reform; Harvey M. Jacobs, New Actions or New Arguments over Regulatory Takings?; and Ilya Somin, Why Robbing Peter Won’t Help Poor Paul: Low-Income Neighborhoods and Uncompensated Regulatory Takings.
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