Supreme Court rules Fla. beach work doesn’t affect property owners’ rights

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Supreme Court rules Fla. beach work doesn’t affect property owners’ rights
Florida’s beach restoration program does not violate the rights of waterfront property owners, the Supreme Court decided unanimously Thursday, even though the new strip of sand created by the state belongs to the public, not the private landowners. Supreme Court of the United States – Supreme Court – United States – Law – Government
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