Maybe it’s time to start asking kids to analyze major U.S. Supreme Court decisions. After all, any pair of 10-year-olds can readily tell you who just won a fight.

That would be a big improvement over land use lawyers who have been engaged in heavy (and contradictory) spin in the weeks since the high court’s late-May ruling in City of Monterey v. Del Monte Dunes, the only land use case the Supremes took this term.

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