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New information added on February 9, 2010

Additional Helpful Organizations
Additional Helpful

Stop Taking Our Property
Bill Theis, President
Focuses on National Park Service and the Indiana Dunes National Seashore. One of the nation's most respected property rights groups.

Additional Resources
Additional Resources

United Four Wheel Drive Associations, Inc.
...An International Organization
Publishes "United's Voice - The Newsletter of the United Four Wheel Drive Associations" and is a legislative advocate for Four Wheelers and access to government-owned lands.


Indiana State
General Assembly


State News

  • "PRFA is Friend of the Court in Appeal of Wymberley Eminent Domain"
    - By Carol W. LaGrasse, PRFA, June 21, 2009
    The Property Rights Foundation of America, Inc., has joined in filing an amicus curiae, or friend of the court, brief to the Indiana Supreme Court in support of a petition to transfer for an appeal by landowners where the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Wymberley Sanitary Works, a utility, in its disputed use of its power of eminent domain.
    More on this topic: Eminent Domain—National
  • "New Wave of UNESCO World Heritage Sites Proposed" - By Carol W. LaGrasse (PRFA Position Brief, June 2007)
    This spring, the National Park Service announced that 36 locations in the United States have been proposed for UNESCO World Heritage Sites, adding to the twenty that already are designated in this country. Such international recognition potentially threatens private property rights because preservationists could exploit the designation to stop the use of land in the region just beyond a site's borders.
    More on this topic: Biosphere Reserves & World Heritage Sites
  • "Chicago Biosphere Reserve Considered by Steering Committee" — By Wesley Sholtes, Contributing Writer, (PRFA, February 15, 2003)
    Chicago Wilderness, a committee involving a coalition of over 160 government agencies, non-profit organizations, environmental groups, and other private entitles, is clamoring for a U.N. Biosphere Reserve to encompass the City of Chicago and 10 counties in southeastern Wisconsin, northeastern Illinois, and northwestern Indiana.
    More on this topic: Biosphere Reserves & World Heritage Sites

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