Ruling Could Drive Stake Through Heart of Rails-to-Trails
In a potentially costly setback to the federal government's rails-to-trails program, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that under an 1875 law, abandoned railroad rights of way belong, not to the government, but to the private parties that acquired the underlying lands.
By Marcia CoyleMarch 10, 2014
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