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Lake Erie's Bill of Rights

A city wanted to let its residents sue polluters in Lake Erie's behalf, but the Ohio state legislature put a stop to that. This why the Coase Theorem won't always work. Had the city succeeded, a Pandora's Box for litigation would have been opened. Read more at The Sunwater Institute.

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