Takings Term II: New Tools for Attacking and Defending Environmental and Land-Use Regulation
Wolf, Michael Allan
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The constitutional rules of the game for environmental and land-use advocates and commentators shifted noticeably during the October 1991 Term of the United States Supreme Court. This article considers the impact of three recent cases--Lucas, Yee, and PFZ--on the structure and patterns of federal takings law and on the strategy employed by those charged with challenging or supporting regulations that arguably effect a taking of private property in the public interest.