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Paid “Volunteers” and Support for Property Rights Initiatives

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  1. Ben Barros says:

    Eduardo, I agree, especially with the last paragraph. Regulators and policy makers have the ability to take the political momentum away from these initiatives by taking reasonable steps to be a bit more fair to property owners, especially ones likely to get a lot of play in the evening news. And I agree that most Oregon voters were probably not “pissed” in the sense that they were personally impacted by the regulation. Rather, I think that many Oregon voters thought that land-use regulation in their state had gotten out of hand, in part because of constant news coverage of controversial issues like urban growth boundaries.

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