Wednesday, July 16, 2008
CNN.com has a story about a controversial oil refinery proposed in South Dakota, and the attendant land-use issues. The story reminds me of the issues raised in Heller's book on the Gridlock Economy. The United States needs new refineries, but no one wants one built near them. It is hard to strike the right balance between giving neighbors the opportunity to voice legitimate concerns and avoiding gridlock.
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