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Eye On America (Supreme Court) #343415

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 02, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Cambridge, MD: Rita Braver) Supreme Court case wherein David and Martha Lucas are challenging a South Carolina law prohibiting them from building on their coastal property featured; scenes shown from Isle of Palms, SC. [David LUCAS - talks about where he planned to build his house, South Carolina law.] [Martha LUCAS - comments on what law allows them to do.] [South Carolina Coastal Council Wayne BEAM - comments on beach destruction, public good.] [Fairness to Landowners Committee (FLOC) founder Peggy REGLE - comments on public good.] [Maryland Chesapeake Bay Foundation Anne POWERS - talks about damaging effects ruling in favor of landowners would have.]

Braver, Rita;
Rather, Dan

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