June 1996
New Republic;6/17/96, Vol. 214 Issue 25, p8
Opposes the Omnibus Property Rights Act bill sponsored by U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole. Claim that the bill undermines the ability of federal agencies to regulate property; Criticism against the formula used in the valuation of private property; Flaws in the principle upon which government compensation and valuation of private land will be based; Expectation that the bill would invite frivolous lawsuits.


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