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00-2692 Alexander v. City of Madison

"Increasing the property tax base, providing employment opportunities, and attracting tourists are all legitimate public purposes, and the City may constitutionally appropriate funds to accomplish these goals. [Citation] Here, Alexander has the burden to demonstrate that it is 'clear and palpable' that no public purpose may be derived from these ordinances. ... However, he offers ...

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