Citizens' Alliance for Property Rights
Restoring Private Property Rights Since 2003
Pocket Gopher have had special status over humans beginning in 2014, when environmental groups pushed the federal government to list them as endangered species. They have been thriving as they always have, but rural life is endangered by the presence of gophers. Thurston County commissioners are trying to inject a little sanity to the unfounded listing of this species of gophers.
- Oysterville Sea Farms is the last oyster farm in Oysterville, but that hasn’t prevented Pacific County from trying to put it out of business.
- Many people have been forced to euthanize or give away their pet goats, sheep, horses, llamas, or other farm animals to avoid the targeted legal and financial threats.
- In the City of Bellingham, Arthur Thomas is being charged with the crime of washing his car.
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Citizens' Alliance for Property Rights (CAPR) organized in 2003 as a non-partisan political action committee where individual citizens and existing organizations can work together protecting property rights.
We support equitable and scientifically sound land use regulations that do not force private landowners to pay disproportionately for public benefits enjoyed by all.