California Inverse Condemnation And Wildfires: The Comic
Thanks to Professor Michael Wara's Twitter feed, here is what might possibly be the first and only example of a comic strip devoted to inverse condemnation. Yes, it is on an advocacy site (the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1245), and it doesn't really go into the details of the doctrine, but come on, what did you expect? Just sit back and enjoy.
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