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News from the West
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In this month’s News from the West, a California court gives deference to a water agency’s preparation of an “urban water management plan” and upholds the plan. The Washington Supreme Court reaffirms that the common enemy rule is no protection from an inverse condemnation claim based on flooding from a blocked natural watercourse.
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