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July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 93rd of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 13th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dream, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.) Bailey's Brake Service is a successful family-owned business that has been at the corner of Country Club Drive and Main Street in Mesa, Ariz., for 31 years. It may soon be gone. Mesa may force owner Randy Bailey to sell the city the property at a price it determines so the city can sell the land to another private owner.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 29th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research.CNSNews.comwill publish an additional story each day.)
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 45th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 61st of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the bookShattered Dreams,written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)Property owner Jack McFarland must travel by foot over three miles through the snow to get to his home near West Glacier, Mont., because of National Park Service (NPS) restrictions.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 77th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 94th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.) A grocery store's alleged historic value is preventing the store's owners from serving their customers to the best of its ability.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 12th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 30th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 46th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)"IRS management does what it wants, to whom it wants, when it wants, how it wants with almost complete immunity," retired Internal Revenue Service official Tommy Henderson told the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 62nd of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the bookShattered Dreams,written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)The California town of Orick, located about 60 miles south of the California- Oregon border at the south end of Redwood National Park, is well on its way to becoming a modern-day ghost town.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 78th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)Larry Squires, a veterinarian since 1948, owned a corporation in New Mexico that disposed of production water from oil and gas wells until the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took his property without compensation.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 94th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 15th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)For 14 years, Lou & Mimi Holtzman have been living next to the Lower East Side Tenement Museum at 97 Orchard Street in New York City. The museum, chartered in 1988, illuminates how New York City's immigrant families lived circa 1863-1935. Itattracts about 90,000 visitors a year.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 31th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)Jay Montfort's Sour Mountain Realty is a family-owned New York company that has had a tough time with New York State's Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC).The story begins early in the last decade, when owner Jay Montfort decided to operate a surface mine.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 47th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)Richard Gardner owns and operates Gardner's Tax Service in Tulsa, Okla. His firm prepares between 4,500 and 6,000 tax returns a year, making it one of the largest tax services in the state.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 63rd of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the bookShattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)Tim Mantle owns a ranch, complete with grazing rights, near Hells Canyon, Colo. Mantle's father homesteaded the property with federally guaranteed grazing rights in 1919.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 79th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)Charlie Johnson's family has been growing cranberries on his small farm near Carver, Mass., since the 1920s. The federal government is now preparing to take Johnson to court, claiming that many of the cranberry bogs were created in violation of the 1972 Clean Water Act.
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 95th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)
July 7, 2008, 8:21 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: The following is the 16th of 100 stories regarding government regulation from the book Shattered Dreams, written by the National Center for Public Policy Research. CNSNews.com will publish an additional story each day.)Developer Moshe Tal submitted plans in 1995 to develop 1.4 acres of property he owned in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma into retail shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities.