PLF's Timothy Sandefur and Jennifer Thompson on property rights in California
I’m guest-hosting on KFMB AM 760 in San Diego all week between 10 and noon, and this morning I talked with PLF staff attorney Jennifer Thompson about our litigation in defense of property rights in California. We talked in particular about the Lynch case, in which the court held that a property owner is not allowed to build a project and then later challenge the constitutionality of the outrageous conditions the government demand in exchange for a permit, and also the Levin case, involving San Francisco’s extraordinary extortion of landlords. If you missed it, you can listen online here.
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