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Supreme Court Rules Government Can’t Use Permit Process to Coerce Property Owners

The Pacific Legal Foundation recently announced that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously that legislatures cannot use the permit process to coerce owners into paying exorbitant development fees. They say this ruling is a major victory for property rights, remove costly barriers to development, and help combat the housing crisis. Continue reading HERE...

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