Citizens' Alliance for Property Rights

Restoring Private Property Rights Since 2003

  • Senate Bill 5126 dividing the state.

    Senate bill 5126 is a divisive bill, although it is a cap and trade on pollution, or an emission pricing bill it has divided the environmental cartel.  The climate justice arm of the environmental community feels there is not enough being done to provide better air quality and that there is not enough of the proposed revenue from this bill directed at environmental justice programs.  Many in the environmental community believe it will reduce carbon pollution but preface that belief on increased revenue for a carbon free future.  A 95% reduction in carbon is lauded, thoug

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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.