Tahoe Owners NPR's Richard Gonzales reports that private developers are upset by the Lake Tahoe decision. They reject the conclusion by the Supreme Court majority that their property rights haven't been violated. They say they may suffer loss of income if their land can't be converted into housing.
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NPR's Richard Gonzales reports that private developers are upset by the Lake Tahoe decision. They reject the conclusion by the Supreme Court majority that their property rights haven't been violated. They say they may suffer loss of income if their land can't be converted into housing.