The organized opposition to a petroleum pipeline proposed to run through South Carolina comes from environmentalists concerned about spills into the already struggling Savannah River and other sensitive areas. But a clearer problem is the idea that a business could force property owners to sell their land.
The organized opposition to a petroleum pipeline proposed to run through South Carolina comes from environmentalists concerned about spills into the already struggling Savannah River and other sensitive areas. But a clearer problem is the idea that a business could force property owners to sell their land. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
The organized opposition to a petroleum pipeline proposed to run through South Carolina comes from environmentalists concerned about spills into the already struggling Savannah River and other sensitive areas. But a clearer problem is the idea that a business could force property owners to sell their land. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

Scoppe: Why should a private company be able to make you sell your land?

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