Ever rented an apartment or a house? If so, you were a “social problem.” You undermined the health of your community. You caused crime and created nuisances. The fact that you did not actually commit any crimes, vandalize property or fail to pay the rent is irrelevant. Simply by being a renter you degraded the neighborhood.
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The U.S. Supreme Court recently handed down a big win for property rights by unanimously ruling that property owners can take the Environmental Protection Agency to court when it wrongly declares their property a federally protected wetland. Judicial review is critical to ensuring that property rights are not subject to the whim of petty bureaucrats.