Citizens' Alliance for Property Rights

Restoring Private Property Rights Since 2003

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    Everyone wants a piece

    Yesterday, the Washington State Legislature started the new Legislative session with great ceremony and fanfare in Olympia.  On the first day of session, every year, the legislators walk down the aisle, Democrats on the left, Republicans on the right as they stride to their respective seats.  The flag ceremony, the anthem, new leadership sworn in, newly electeds recognized by their peers, and the visitor’s gallery is filled to capacity.  Thus begins the clock for the countdown to the end of the “short

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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.