Colorado just tried this. Oregon tried it too and it bankrupted a few places and they had to remove it. The fact is it’s in place to let oil and fracking companies shove their way into communities by saying the add value to land. The thing is even without that, it opens the door to have people sue the cities and governments unendingly in the perceived notion of a violation. It will bog courts down from doing actual work, bankrupt smaller cities and communities, and drive away tax revenue from programs that need funding. It’s bad. Colorado shot it down and Oregon did and it was almost the exact same language.