Supreme Court Term Review, Property Rights

Legal scholars talked about property rights decisions during the 2011-12 Supreme Court term, focusing on Sackett v. EPA. In the case the… read more

Legal scholars talked about property rights decisions during the 2011-12 Supreme Court term, focusing on Sackett v. EPA. In the case the Sackett family planned to build a house on land they purchased in Idaho. They received an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) notice that saying the property was subject to the Clean Water Act and that they had illegally placed fill material on their land. The panelists argued against government agencies and EPA policies.

This forum was part of the Cato Institute’s annual publication of its review of the Supreme Court term and it Constitution Day celebration. close

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