A Very Telling Graphic

by Timothy Sandefur When I posted my blog entry below about the Utah League of Cities and Towns, I didn't notice at first the graphic on their website. It's really … ›

Fighting for My Home

Riviera Beach, Florida, resident Princess Wells explains why she is fighting against the city's plans to seize her home for private development. Excerpt: I watched my four children grow up … ›

Groups Squabble Over Their Roles in Writing Eminent Domain Bill

by Timothy Sandefur The Billings (MT) Gazette reports that this time around, Montana's politicians didn't include the property owners in drafting eminent domain reform. Huh. I wonder why?

The Redevelopers Strike Back

by Timothy Sandefur This Salt Lake Tribune article demonstrates that the redevelopment industry simply refuses to take individual rights seriously. The Utah League of Cities and Towns wants their eminent … ›

Measure 39 Rightly Limits Government Power

The Salem (OR) Statesman-Journal endorses Measure 39, that state's eminent domain reform measure.

Challenger Puts Focus On Eminent Domain

The Hartford (Conn.) Courant—which has always been an enthusiastic supporter of abusing eminent domain—reports that eminent domain abuse has become a big issue in the sate senate race this year.

Suit Against Atlantic Yards Challenges Eminent Domain

The New York Times reports on the lawsuit against the condemnation of Atlantic Yards. (Registration is required, but you can use Bugmenot.)

Popular Eminent Domain Question Tops Georgia Amendment Questions

Georgia is among the many states considering eminent domain reform in the upcoming election: On Georgia's ballot, voters will weigh a constitutional amendment that would take the power of "eminent … ›

Panel Shifts Course on Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur The Jackson Hole (Wyo.) Star Tribune reports that a legislative committee has altered a bill intended to prevent eminent domain abuse. It's impossible to tell for sure … ›

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A Very Telling Graphic

by Timothy Sandefur When I posted my blog entry below about the Utah League of Cities and Towns, I didn't notice at first the graphic on their website. It's really … ›

Fighting for My Home

Riviera Beach, Florida, resident Princess Wells explains why she is fighting against the city's plans to seize her home for private development. Excerpt: I watched my four children grow up … ›

Groups Squabble Over Their Roles in Writing Eminent Domain Bill

by Timothy Sandefur The Billings (MT) Gazette reports that this time around, Montana's politicians didn't include the property owners in drafting eminent domain reform. Huh. I wonder why?

The Redevelopers Strike Back

by Timothy Sandefur This Salt Lake Tribune article demonstrates that the redevelopment industry simply refuses to take individual rights seriously. The Utah League of Cities and Towns wants their eminent … ›

Measure 39 Rightly Limits Government Power

The Salem (OR) Statesman-Journal endorses Measure 39, that state's eminent domain reform measure.

Challenger Puts Focus On Eminent Domain

The Hartford (Conn.) Courant—which has always been an enthusiastic supporter of abusing eminent domain—reports that eminent domain abuse has become a big issue in the sate senate race this year.

Suit Against Atlantic Yards Challenges Eminent Domain

The New York Times reports on the lawsuit against the condemnation of Atlantic Yards. (Registration is required, but you can use Bugmenot.)

Popular Eminent Domain Question Tops Georgia Amendment Questions

Georgia is among the many states considering eminent domain reform in the upcoming election: On Georgia's ballot, voters will weigh a constitutional amendment that would take the power of "eminent … ›

Panel Shifts Course on Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur The Jackson Hole (Wyo.) Star Tribune reports that a legislative committee has altered a bill intended to prevent eminent domain abuse. It's impossible to tell for sure … ›

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A Very Telling Graphic

by Timothy Sandefur When I posted my blog entry below about the Utah League of Cities and Towns, I didn't notice at first the graphic on their website. It's really … ›

Fighting for My Home

Riviera Beach, Florida, resident Princess Wells explains why she is fighting against the city's plans to seize her home for private development. Excerpt: I watched my four children grow up … ›

Groups Squabble Over Their Roles in Writing Eminent Domain Bill

by Timothy Sandefur The Billings (MT) Gazette reports that this time around, Montana's politicians didn't include the property owners in drafting eminent domain reform. Huh. I wonder why?

The Redevelopers Strike Back

by Timothy Sandefur This Salt Lake Tribune article demonstrates that the redevelopment industry simply refuses to take individual rights seriously. The Utah League of Cities and Towns wants their eminent … ›

Measure 39 Rightly Limits Government Power

The Salem (OR) Statesman-Journal endorses Measure 39, that state's eminent domain reform measure.

Challenger Puts Focus On Eminent Domain

The Hartford (Conn.) Courant—which has always been an enthusiastic supporter of abusing eminent domain—reports that eminent domain abuse has become a big issue in the sate senate race this year.

Suit Against Atlantic Yards Challenges Eminent Domain

The New York Times reports on the lawsuit against the condemnation of Atlantic Yards. (Registration is required, but you can use Bugmenot.)

Popular Eminent Domain Question Tops Georgia Amendment Questions

Georgia is among the many states considering eminent domain reform in the upcoming election: On Georgia's ballot, voters will weigh a constitutional amendment that would take the power of "eminent … ›

Panel Shifts Course on Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur The Jackson Hole (Wyo.) Star Tribune reports that a legislative committee has altered a bill intended to prevent eminent domain abuse. It's impossible to tell for sure … ›

A Very Telling Graphic

by Timothy Sandefur When I posted my blog entry below about the Utah League of Cities and Towns, I didn't notice at first the graphic on their website. It's really … ›

Fighting for My Home

Riviera Beach, Florida, resident Princess Wells explains why she is fighting against the city's plans to seize her home for private development. Excerpt: I watched my four children grow up … ›

Groups Squabble Over Their Roles in Writing Eminent Domain Bill

by Timothy Sandefur The Billings (MT) Gazette reports that this time around, Montana's politicians didn't include the property owners in drafting eminent domain reform. Huh. I wonder why?

The Redevelopers Strike Back

by Timothy Sandefur This Salt Lake Tribune article demonstrates that the redevelopment industry simply refuses to take individual rights seriously. The Utah League of Cities and Towns wants their eminent … ›

Measure 39 Rightly Limits Government Power

The Salem (OR) Statesman-Journal endorses Measure 39, that state's eminent domain reform measure.

Challenger Puts Focus On Eminent Domain

The Hartford (Conn.) Courant—which has always been an enthusiastic supporter of abusing eminent domain—reports that eminent domain abuse has become a big issue in the sate senate race this year.

Suit Against Atlantic Yards Challenges Eminent Domain

The New York Times reports on the lawsuit against the condemnation of Atlantic Yards. (Registration is required, but you can use Bugmenot.)

Popular Eminent Domain Question Tops Georgia Amendment Questions

Georgia is among the many states considering eminent domain reform in the upcoming election: On Georgia's ballot, voters will weigh a constitutional amendment that would take the power of "eminent … ›

Panel Shifts Course on Eminent Domain

by Timothy Sandefur The Jackson Hole (Wyo.) Star Tribune reports that a legislative committee has altered a bill intended to prevent eminent domain abuse. It's impossible to tell for sure … ›