Can the Hawaii economy survive the state's anti-property rights environment?
Author: Paul J. Beard II
The short answer is: "No!"
Robert Thomas, the Managing Attorney for PLF's Hawaii Center, has two excellent blog posts discussing the extent to which Hawaii's land-use laws are strangling the island's economy, and revealing the unsettling fact that the Hawaii Supreme Court favors radical environmentalist plaintiffs a whopping 90% of the time in land-use cases.
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