April 2001

Volume 10, Number 4


Oregon's Measure 7 Declared Unconstitutional

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Oregon’s controversial Measure 7, which requires payments to landowners when state or local government regulations reduce property value, has been declared unconstitutional. An Oregon Circuit Court judge ruled in February that Ballot Measure 7 violates Oregon’s Constitution. This ruling is expected to be appealed, and the Oregon legislature is likely to take up the issue.

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April 1, 2001