Property Rights Measure Stays on Arizona Ballot

Arizona voters will get to say yay or nay to Proposition 207, which "would prohibit use of eminent domain for economic development and require government compensation for owners of property … ›

One for the good guys

Short article, nice outcome re: just compensation, an issue that's sometimes overshadowed by whether property should be taken in the first place.

Venezuela Takes Golf Courses For Housing

In America governments take property by claiming it's "blighted."  In Venezuela, Hugo Chavez takes property if it's not blighted enough.

Trickle-Down Jurisprudence

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Now eminent domain is the topic for high school debates in Florida.  Unthinkable, as far as I know, pre-Kelo.  I myself was a high school debater … ›

New Jersey Property Owners Get Help

Our friends at the Institute for Justice have filed an appeal on behalf of Long Branch property owners in danger of having their houses seized for "beachfront redevelopment."

New Hampshire Joins The Club

The Granite State becomes the latest to have its voters decide in November, to some extent, the eminent domain issue.

Sen. Allen Reacts to Criticism of Land Use Bill

By Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Earlier this month we wrote of a regrettable proposal, sponsored by Virginia senator George Allen, that would significantly limit property rights in a corridor stretching from … ›

Riviera Beach Retaliation Update

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Here's an update on Fane Lozman, the Riviera Beach (Fla.) man threatened with eviction by pathetic city officials for challenging the city's illegal redevelopment plan. Money … ›

Spitzer Contoversy Involves Eminent Domain

New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer–almost certain to be the state's next governor, and rumored to have barely disguised higher aspirations–is involved in a campaign donation controversy centering on an … ›

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Property Rights Measure Stays on Arizona Ballot

Arizona voters will get to say yay or nay to Proposition 207, which "would prohibit use of eminent domain for economic development and require government compensation for owners of property … ›

One for the good guys

Short article, nice outcome re: just compensation, an issue that's sometimes overshadowed by whether property should be taken in the first place.

Venezuela Takes Golf Courses For Housing

In America governments take property by claiming it's "blighted."  In Venezuela, Hugo Chavez takes property if it's not blighted enough.

Trickle-Down Jurisprudence

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Now eminent domain is the topic for high school debates in Florida.  Unthinkable, as far as I know, pre-Kelo.  I myself was a high school debater … ›

New Jersey Property Owners Get Help

Our friends at the Institute for Justice have filed an appeal on behalf of Long Branch property owners in danger of having their houses seized for "beachfront redevelopment."

New Hampshire Joins The Club

The Granite State becomes the latest to have its voters decide in November, to some extent, the eminent domain issue.

Sen. Allen Reacts to Criticism of Land Use Bill

By Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Earlier this month we wrote of a regrettable proposal, sponsored by Virginia senator George Allen, that would significantly limit property rights in a corridor stretching from … ›

Riviera Beach Retaliation Update

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Here's an update on Fane Lozman, the Riviera Beach (Fla.) man threatened with eviction by pathetic city officials for challenging the city's illegal redevelopment plan. Money … ›

Spitzer Contoversy Involves Eminent Domain

New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer–almost certain to be the state's next governor, and rumored to have barely disguised higher aspirations–is involved in a campaign donation controversy centering on an … ›

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Property Rights Measure Stays on Arizona Ballot

Arizona voters will get to say yay or nay to Proposition 207, which "would prohibit use of eminent domain for economic development and require government compensation for owners of property … ›

One for the good guys

Short article, nice outcome re: just compensation, an issue that's sometimes overshadowed by whether property should be taken in the first place.

Venezuela Takes Golf Courses For Housing

In America governments take property by claiming it's "blighted."  In Venezuela, Hugo Chavez takes property if it's not blighted enough.

Trickle-Down Jurisprudence

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Now eminent domain is the topic for high school debates in Florida.  Unthinkable, as far as I know, pre-Kelo.  I myself was a high school debater … ›

New Jersey Property Owners Get Help

Our friends at the Institute for Justice have filed an appeal on behalf of Long Branch property owners in danger of having their houses seized for "beachfront redevelopment."

New Hampshire Joins The Club

The Granite State becomes the latest to have its voters decide in November, to some extent, the eminent domain issue.

Sen. Allen Reacts to Criticism of Land Use Bill

By Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Earlier this month we wrote of a regrettable proposal, sponsored by Virginia senator George Allen, that would significantly limit property rights in a corridor stretching from … ›

Riviera Beach Retaliation Update

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Here's an update on Fane Lozman, the Riviera Beach (Fla.) man threatened with eviction by pathetic city officials for challenging the city's illegal redevelopment plan. Money … ›

Spitzer Contoversy Involves Eminent Domain

New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer–almost certain to be the state's next governor, and rumored to have barely disguised higher aspirations–is involved in a campaign donation controversy centering on an … ›

Property Rights Measure Stays on Arizona Ballot

Arizona voters will get to say yay or nay to Proposition 207, which "would prohibit use of eminent domain for economic development and require government compensation for owners of property … ›

One for the good guys

Short article, nice outcome re: just compensation, an issue that's sometimes overshadowed by whether property should be taken in the first place.

Venezuela Takes Golf Courses For Housing

In America governments take property by claiming it's "blighted."  In Venezuela, Hugo Chavez takes property if it's not blighted enough.

Trickle-Down Jurisprudence

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Now eminent domain is the topic for high school debates in Florida.  Unthinkable, as far as I know, pre-Kelo.  I myself was a high school debater … ›

New Jersey Property Owners Get Help

Our friends at the Institute for Justice have filed an appeal on behalf of Long Branch property owners in danger of having their houses seized for "beachfront redevelopment."

New Hampshire Joins The Club

The Granite State becomes the latest to have its voters decide in November, to some extent, the eminent domain issue.

Sen. Allen Reacts to Criticism of Land Use Bill

By Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Earlier this month we wrote of a regrettable proposal, sponsored by Virginia senator George Allen, that would significantly limit property rights in a corridor stretching from … ›

Riviera Beach Retaliation Update

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Here's an update on Fane Lozman, the Riviera Beach (Fla.) man threatened with eviction by pathetic city officials for challenging the city's illegal redevelopment plan. Money … ›

Spitzer Contoversy Involves Eminent Domain

New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer–almost certain to be the state's next governor, and rumored to have barely disguised higher aspirations–is involved in a campaign donation controversy centering on an … ›