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by Timothy Sandefur Prof. Ilya Somin has some thoughts on the new California laws, and points out that SB 1650, which I said might have some actual teeth in it, … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 5 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur Finally, SB 1809 (Machado), the fifth and final eminent domain bill signed by Gov. Schwarzenegger today, would add a truly meaningless bureaucratic disclosure requirement to current eminent … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 4 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1650 (by Sen. Kehoe) would limit the government's power to change the use to which condemned property is taken. Not long ago, there was a notorious … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 3 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1210 (by Senator Tom Torlakson of Antioch) requires the government to pay a person's attorney's fees in cases where the court finds that the government failed … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 2 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1206, also by Sen. Kehoe, purports to narrow the statutory definition of "blight." This is important, because as I've often noted, California's legal definition of "blight" … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 1 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur Today, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed five bills into law, which purport to protect Californians against the abuse of eminent domain. While any new protection for California’s … ›

Bob Blue Gets To Keep His Property

by Timothy Sandefur I’m delighted to report that Bob Blue, owner of the Bernard Luggage Store at the corner of Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood, California, is going to be … ›

"House rejects bill opening federal court access to seized property cases"

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler The Private Property Rights Implementation Act of 2006 failed to garner the 2/3 majority necessary to proceed toward passage.  The bill would have made it easer … ›

Idaho City Seeks to "Pre-empt" Ballot Initiative

Sun Valley, Idaho is stepping up efforts to restrict the use of private property, in anticipation of voter approval of a law that would require compensation in such situations.

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More on California's Mealy-Mouthed Eminent Domain Reform

by Timothy Sandefur Prof. Ilya Somin has some thoughts on the new California laws, and points out that SB 1650, which I said might have some actual teeth in it, … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 5 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur Finally, SB 1809 (Machado), the fifth and final eminent domain bill signed by Gov. Schwarzenegger today, would add a truly meaningless bureaucratic disclosure requirement to current eminent … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 4 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1650 (by Sen. Kehoe) would limit the government's power to change the use to which condemned property is taken. Not long ago, there was a notorious … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 3 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1210 (by Senator Tom Torlakson of Antioch) requires the government to pay a person's attorney's fees in cases where the court finds that the government failed … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 2 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1206, also by Sen. Kehoe, purports to narrow the statutory definition of "blight." This is important, because as I've often noted, California's legal definition of "blight" … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 1 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur Today, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed five bills into law, which purport to protect Californians against the abuse of eminent domain. While any new protection for California’s … ›

Bob Blue Gets To Keep His Property

by Timothy Sandefur I’m delighted to report that Bob Blue, owner of the Bernard Luggage Store at the corner of Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood, California, is going to be … ›

"House rejects bill opening federal court access to seized property cases"

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler The Private Property Rights Implementation Act of 2006 failed to garner the 2/3 majority necessary to proceed toward passage.  The bill would have made it easer … ›

Idaho City Seeks to "Pre-empt" Ballot Initiative

Sun Valley, Idaho is stepping up efforts to restrict the use of private property, in anticipation of voter approval of a law that would require compensation in such situations.

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More on California's Mealy-Mouthed Eminent Domain Reform

by Timothy Sandefur Prof. Ilya Somin has some thoughts on the new California laws, and points out that SB 1650, which I said might have some actual teeth in it, … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 5 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur Finally, SB 1809 (Machado), the fifth and final eminent domain bill signed by Gov. Schwarzenegger today, would add a truly meaningless bureaucratic disclosure requirement to current eminent … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 4 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1650 (by Sen. Kehoe) would limit the government's power to change the use to which condemned property is taken. Not long ago, there was a notorious … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 3 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1210 (by Senator Tom Torlakson of Antioch) requires the government to pay a person's attorney's fees in cases where the court finds that the government failed … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 2 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1206, also by Sen. Kehoe, purports to narrow the statutory definition of "blight." This is important, because as I've often noted, California's legal definition of "blight" … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 1 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur Today, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed five bills into law, which purport to protect Californians against the abuse of eminent domain. While any new protection for California’s … ›

Bob Blue Gets To Keep His Property

by Timothy Sandefur I’m delighted to report that Bob Blue, owner of the Bernard Luggage Store at the corner of Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood, California, is going to be … ›

"House rejects bill opening federal court access to seized property cases"

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler The Private Property Rights Implementation Act of 2006 failed to garner the 2/3 majority necessary to proceed toward passage.  The bill would have made it easer … ›

Idaho City Seeks to "Pre-empt" Ballot Initiative

Sun Valley, Idaho is stepping up efforts to restrict the use of private property, in anticipation of voter approval of a law that would require compensation in such situations.

More on California's Mealy-Mouthed Eminent Domain Reform

by Timothy Sandefur Prof. Ilya Somin has some thoughts on the new California laws, and points out that SB 1650, which I said might have some actual teeth in it, … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 5 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur Finally, SB 1809 (Machado), the fifth and final eminent domain bill signed by Gov. Schwarzenegger today, would add a truly meaningless bureaucratic disclosure requirement to current eminent … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 4 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1650 (by Sen. Kehoe) would limit the government's power to change the use to which condemned property is taken. Not long ago, there was a notorious … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 3 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1210 (by Senator Tom Torlakson of Antioch) requires the government to pay a person's attorney's fees in cases where the court finds that the government failed … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 2 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur SB 1206, also by Sen. Kehoe, purports to narrow the statutory definition of "blight." This is important, because as I've often noted, California's legal definition of "blight" … ›

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Mealy-Mouthed Property Rights Protection (Part 1 of 5)

by Timothy Sandefur Today, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed five bills into law, which purport to protect Californians against the abuse of eminent domain. While any new protection for California’s … ›

Bob Blue Gets To Keep His Property

by Timothy Sandefur I’m delighted to report that Bob Blue, owner of the Bernard Luggage Store at the corner of Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood, California, is going to be … ›

"House rejects bill opening federal court access to seized property cases"

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler The Private Property Rights Implementation Act of 2006 failed to garner the 2/3 majority necessary to proceed toward passage.  The bill would have made it easer … ›

Idaho City Seeks to "Pre-empt" Ballot Initiative

Sun Valley, Idaho is stepping up efforts to restrict the use of private property, in anticipation of voter approval of a law that would require compensation in such situations.