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Zoning laws help prevent _______. a. new businesses from competing with old businesses b. new buildings from being developed c. new development from negatively impacting established businesses and
residents d. new factories from being introduced in an area
Zoning laws help prevent new development from negatively impacting established businesses and residents.
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