An Endangered Species Act regulation undermines incentives to conserve and recover species, while also harming property owners and the economy.
To protect endangered species, we need to rely more on property rights and less on regulation.
The Endangered Species Act is popular, despite an abysmal recovery rate, because of survey bias, voter ignorance, and poor debate.
Regulations can’t be defended based on overall costs v. benefits, but must be justified on the margins.
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