The Kelo Revolt

The Wall Street Journal comments on the Ohio Supreme Court's repudiation of private takings of land. In her opinion for a unanimous court this week, Ohio Supreme Justice Maureen O'Connor … ›

Proposed Ballot Measure

by Timothy Sandefur Inquiring Minds reports that San Bernardino County, California (my home town) will be considering an initiative to ban the use of eminent domain for private uses.

Playing Musical Chairs With Businesses

Castlewatch has a story about the ways government uses eminent domain to take property away from businesses and to give the land to the competitors of that business.

More on Ohio Decision

Professor Ilya Somin offers a characteristically thoughtful and thorough analysis of the big Ohio Supreme Court eminent domain decision here.  Of special note is his take on the "heightened scrutiny" … ›

Save our Homes First, Beaches Later

PLF filed an important property rights suit today in a Texas federal court.  The press release announcing the suit, which aims to protect property owners from the government's irrational application … ›

A Big Win for Property Rights

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler This morning the Ohio Supreme Court struck what's surely the biggest post-Kelo judicial blow to eminent domain abuse in any state in the Union.  In Norwood … ›

Escondido Council Members Oppose Eminent Domain Proposal

Escondido, California, seems to be getting ready to use eminent domain to benefit Lowe's hardware.

Coalition Lobbies for Eminent Domain Restrictions

The Heartland Institute reports on attempts to get Congress to act on the eminent domain reform bill.

Forum Elicits Opposing Views on Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur In St. Charles, Missouri, a debate rages about proposed guidelines for the use of eminent domain. This article once again employs a strange buzzword that keeps cropping … ›

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The Kelo Revolt

The Wall Street Journal comments on the Ohio Supreme Court's repudiation of private takings of land. In her opinion for a unanimous court this week, Ohio Supreme Justice Maureen O'Connor … ›

Proposed Ballot Measure

by Timothy Sandefur Inquiring Minds reports that San Bernardino County, California (my home town) will be considering an initiative to ban the use of eminent domain for private uses.

Playing Musical Chairs With Businesses

Castlewatch has a story about the ways government uses eminent domain to take property away from businesses and to give the land to the competitors of that business.

More on Ohio Decision

Professor Ilya Somin offers a characteristically thoughtful and thorough analysis of the big Ohio Supreme Court eminent domain decision here.  Of special note is his take on the "heightened scrutiny" … ›

Save our Homes First, Beaches Later

PLF filed an important property rights suit today in a Texas federal court.  The press release announcing the suit, which aims to protect property owners from the government's irrational application … ›

A Big Win for Property Rights

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler This morning the Ohio Supreme Court struck what's surely the biggest post-Kelo judicial blow to eminent domain abuse in any state in the Union.  In Norwood … ›

Escondido Council Members Oppose Eminent Domain Proposal

Escondido, California, seems to be getting ready to use eminent domain to benefit Lowe's hardware.

Coalition Lobbies for Eminent Domain Restrictions

The Heartland Institute reports on attempts to get Congress to act on the eminent domain reform bill.

Forum Elicits Opposing Views on Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur In St. Charles, Missouri, a debate rages about proposed guidelines for the use of eminent domain. This article once again employs a strange buzzword that keeps cropping … ›

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The Kelo Revolt

The Wall Street Journal comments on the Ohio Supreme Court's repudiation of private takings of land. In her opinion for a unanimous court this week, Ohio Supreme Justice Maureen O'Connor … ›

Proposed Ballot Measure

by Timothy Sandefur Inquiring Minds reports that San Bernardino County, California (my home town) will be considering an initiative to ban the use of eminent domain for private uses.

Playing Musical Chairs With Businesses

Castlewatch has a story about the ways government uses eminent domain to take property away from businesses and to give the land to the competitors of that business.

More on Ohio Decision

Professor Ilya Somin offers a characteristically thoughtful and thorough analysis of the big Ohio Supreme Court eminent domain decision here.  Of special note is his take on the "heightened scrutiny" … ›

Save our Homes First, Beaches Later

PLF filed an important property rights suit today in a Texas federal court.  The press release announcing the suit, which aims to protect property owners from the government's irrational application … ›

A Big Win for Property Rights

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler This morning the Ohio Supreme Court struck what's surely the biggest post-Kelo judicial blow to eminent domain abuse in any state in the Union.  In Norwood … ›

Escondido Council Members Oppose Eminent Domain Proposal

Escondido, California, seems to be getting ready to use eminent domain to benefit Lowe's hardware.

Coalition Lobbies for Eminent Domain Restrictions

The Heartland Institute reports on attempts to get Congress to act on the eminent domain reform bill.

Forum Elicits Opposing Views on Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur In St. Charles, Missouri, a debate rages about proposed guidelines for the use of eminent domain. This article once again employs a strange buzzword that keeps cropping … ›

The Kelo Revolt

The Wall Street Journal comments on the Ohio Supreme Court's repudiation of private takings of land. In her opinion for a unanimous court this week, Ohio Supreme Justice Maureen O'Connor … ›

Proposed Ballot Measure

by Timothy Sandefur Inquiring Minds reports that San Bernardino County, California (my home town) will be considering an initiative to ban the use of eminent domain for private uses.

Playing Musical Chairs With Businesses

Castlewatch has a story about the ways government uses eminent domain to take property away from businesses and to give the land to the competitors of that business.

More on Ohio Decision

Professor Ilya Somin offers a characteristically thoughtful and thorough analysis of the big Ohio Supreme Court eminent domain decision here.  Of special note is his take on the "heightened scrutiny" … ›

Save our Homes First, Beaches Later

PLF filed an important property rights suit today in a Texas federal court.  The press release announcing the suit, which aims to protect property owners from the government's irrational application … ›

A Big Win for Property Rights

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler This morning the Ohio Supreme Court struck what's surely the biggest post-Kelo judicial blow to eminent domain abuse in any state in the Union.  In Norwood … ›

Escondido Council Members Oppose Eminent Domain Proposal

Escondido, California, seems to be getting ready to use eminent domain to benefit Lowe's hardware.

Coalition Lobbies for Eminent Domain Restrictions

The Heartland Institute reports on attempts to get Congress to act on the eminent domain reform bill.

Forum Elicits Opposing Views on Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur In St. Charles, Missouri, a debate rages about proposed guidelines for the use of eminent domain. This article once again employs a strange buzzword that keeps cropping … ›