Oregon Ballot Measure 7 (2000)
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Ballot Measure 7, an Oregon, United States ballot initiative that passed with over 53% approval in 2000, amended the Oregon Constitution, requiring the government to reimburse land owners when regulations reduced the value of their property.
- Measure 37 did not amend the Constitution.
- Measure 37 gave government the option to waive regulations, rather than reimburse a property owner.
- Measure 37 was retroactive.
- League of Oregon Cities v. State, 334 Or. 645, 56 P.3d 892 (2002)
- Olsen, Ken (May 29, 1995). "Legislature votes to hamstring Washington state". High Country News. Retrieved 2007-01-20.
- Hogan, Dave (December 25, 2000). "Land-use wins buoy Oregonians In Action". The Oregonian.
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