Editorializing Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Yesterday’s Albuquerque Journal ran an editorial on PLF’s new lawsuit, Smith v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It begins:
To paraphrase, the arroyo to hell is paved with good intentions, illegally dumped garbage, dead trees and underbrush. Just ask Peter and Françoise Smith. They had the audacity to clear debris out of the arroyo on their property behind their home, off N.M. 14 southwest of Santa Fe.
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