fbpx

SHORT CIRCUIT PODCAST

Episode 216 | Sovereign Immunity and NIMBY Neighbors

Suing the United States government is really hard. So hard that someone’s family might not get to even if the government is at fault for that person dying in a flood. Adam Shelton explains why that luckily might not be true in this case, but all too often is. Then Diana Simpson walks us through a procedural pretzel of property rights preventing people from putting up homes. She also discusses some old cases you might not know about, but really should.

Click here for transcript.

Available on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, and Stitcher.

Podcast URL:

Institute for Justice · Short Circuit 216 | Sovereign Immunity and NIMBY Neighbors


Sign up to receive IJ's biweekly digital magazine, Liberty & Law along with breaking updates about our fight to protect the rights of all Americans.

JOIN THE FIGHT!