Supreme Court Says Florida's Beach Preservation Activities Did Not Infringe Shoreline Property Rights; Justices Scrap Over Role Of Courts In Property Takings

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On June 17, 2010 the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the State of Florida did not infringe on private property interests by engaging in a beach preservation effort. But though the participating justices agreed on the decision (Justice Stevens did not participate), they disagreed sharply on a point of constitutional law underlying the complaint.

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