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District Court Dismisses Constitutional, State Law and Common Law Claims against County Landfill for Failure to Prove VOC Migration and Damages
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Crane-McNab, et al. v. County of Merced, ___F.Supp.2d___
The owners of land neighboring a Merced County, California landfill brought claims against Merced County under California Constitution Article I, § 19, the U.S. Constitution’s Fifth Amendment Takings Clause (via the Fourteenth Amendment), and various California state and common laws in part based on alleged volatile organic compound (VOC) contamination.
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Crane McNab v. County of Merced