This story was broadcast July 25, 2007. It addressed the first Prop. 207 claim filed in Arizona by a Flagstaff resident who is represented by the Pacific Legal Foundation.
The citizen passed initiative and its individual private property protections are now starting to sink into the "collective" minds of the do-gooder activists, many government officials and their fellow travelers:
"Prop 207 at it's macro level says the individual property owner is supreme rather than the community is supreme, so it's really a change in philosophy, instead of saying we want to do this change because it's going to be beneficial for the community or the city in general, things are now looked at in terms of what's best for an individual property owner."
AMEN! AMEN! AMEN! -- Finally, back to where we started after the American Revolution and before the statists used government powers to trample on our liberties. Reminds me of the graphic of the Bill of Rights with a big red stamp over it saying "VOID Where Prohibited by Law."
Of course, before Prop. 207, the government officials only cared about the do-gooder activists and their "community" plans and to hell with the individual property owner ... and to add insult to injury ... the do-gooders and their government cronies made the individuals pay by decreasing their property values.
Prop. 207 now offers legal recourse against the do-gooders and their hair-brained schemes.