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- The Supreme Court refused to hear a case involving a California billionaire who had been ordered to restore public access to a beach he owns in Northern California.
- The property, known to locals as Martins Beach, used to be a popular spot for surfing and fishing.
- Sun Microsystems cofounder Vinod Khosla bought the beach for roughly $ 37 million in 2008 and later closed off public access to it.
- The Surfrider Foundation sued over the closure, saying it was unfair to bar entry to a beach to which the public has had access for decades.
The Supreme Court refused to hear a case involving a California billionaire who had been ordered to restore public access to a beach he owns in Northern California.
The decision puts to rest a nearly decade-long court battle centered around whether the public should be able to access a small strip of land known as Martins Beach, about an hour south of San Francisco.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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