Market-based land use policies help cities survive recession

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Reason Foundation's new Annual Privatization Report 2010 concludes that Houston, Texas weathered the recent housing crisis better than any other major city, with housing prices declining far … ›

"Legal Watchdog" gets action

Author: Reed Hopper Builder magazine reports: Last week’s announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—that it would consider reclassifying the wood stork, a wading bird often found in South … ›

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Market-based land use policies help cities survive recession

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Reason Foundation's new Annual Privatization Report 2010 concludes that Houston, Texas weathered the recent housing crisis better than any other major city, with housing prices declining far … ›

"Legal Watchdog" gets action

Author: Reed Hopper Builder magazine reports: Last week’s announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—that it would consider reclassifying the wood stork, a wading bird often found in South … ›

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Market-based land use policies help cities survive recession

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Reason Foundation's new Annual Privatization Report 2010 concludes that Houston, Texas weathered the recent housing crisis better than any other major city, with housing prices declining far … ›

"Legal Watchdog" gets action

Author: Reed Hopper Builder magazine reports: Last week’s announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—that it would consider reclassifying the wood stork, a wading bird often found in South … ›

Market-based land use policies help cities survive recession

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Reason Foundation's new Annual Privatization Report 2010 concludes that Houston, Texas weathered the recent housing crisis better than any other major city, with housing prices declining far … ›

"Legal Watchdog" gets action

Author: Reed Hopper Builder magazine reports: Last week’s announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—that it would consider reclassifying the wood stork, a wading bird often found in South … ›