Why Eminent Domain Reform Failed in California

by Timothy Sandefur My article on why Proposition 90 failed is available in the February issue of Liberty magazine, soon to be on newsstands everywhere. But you can read it … ›

Lawsuit Filed Against Bayview Development

San Francisco's KGO Channel 7 has this report about the lawsuit over Bayview/Hunter's Point.

Hunters Point Renewal Plan Foes Sue City

The San Francisco Chronicle has an article this morning on the lawsuit against San Francisco for refusing to allow residents to vote on a massive eminent domain-urban renewal plan.

Landowner Asks Supreme Court to Hear Eminent Domain 'Extortion' Case

The Cybercast News Service has this article on the Didden v. Port Chester case. Excerpt: Didden is now asking the Supreme Court to clarify its ruling in Kelo and direct … ›

Press Release on Bayvew/Hunter's Point Lawsuit

by Timothy Sandefur Here is the press release issued today by the attorneys representing the San Francisco property owners: THE REFERENDUM PETITION CAMPAIGN The Bayview/Hunters Point Redevelopment area law was … ›

Suit Filed to Reinstate Bayview Redevelopment Referendum

by Timothy Sandefur Citizens in the Bayview/Hunter's Point neighborhood of San Francisco got together and signed petitions to repeal the city's decision to condemn a bunch of land for redevelopment. … ›

Unholy Partnership in Port Chester

The Lower Hudson (N.Y.) Journal News has this column on the case of Didden v. Port Chester that we mentioned here. Excerpt: In an amicus brief filed on their behalf, … ›

Norwood, cont'd.

In July, we called the Ohio Supreme Court's decision in Norwood v. Horney "the biggest post-Kelo judicial blow to eminent domain abuse in any state in the Union."  It appears … ›

A Profile

A Mississippi paper ran this profile of a prominent eminent domain attorney in that state.  I'm not at all familiar with Mr. Scott, but his common-sense observations and advice give … ›

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Why Eminent Domain Reform Failed in California

by Timothy Sandefur My article on why Proposition 90 failed is available in the February issue of Liberty magazine, soon to be on newsstands everywhere. But you can read it … ›

Lawsuit Filed Against Bayview Development

San Francisco's KGO Channel 7 has this report about the lawsuit over Bayview/Hunter's Point.

Hunters Point Renewal Plan Foes Sue City

The San Francisco Chronicle has an article this morning on the lawsuit against San Francisco for refusing to allow residents to vote on a massive eminent domain-urban renewal plan.

Landowner Asks Supreme Court to Hear Eminent Domain 'Extortion' Case

The Cybercast News Service has this article on the Didden v. Port Chester case. Excerpt: Didden is now asking the Supreme Court to clarify its ruling in Kelo and direct … ›

Press Release on Bayvew/Hunter's Point Lawsuit

by Timothy Sandefur Here is the press release issued today by the attorneys representing the San Francisco property owners: THE REFERENDUM PETITION CAMPAIGN The Bayview/Hunters Point Redevelopment area law was … ›

Suit Filed to Reinstate Bayview Redevelopment Referendum

by Timothy Sandefur Citizens in the Bayview/Hunter's Point neighborhood of San Francisco got together and signed petitions to repeal the city's decision to condemn a bunch of land for redevelopment. … ›

Unholy Partnership in Port Chester

The Lower Hudson (N.Y.) Journal News has this column on the case of Didden v. Port Chester that we mentioned here. Excerpt: In an amicus brief filed on their behalf, … ›

Norwood, cont'd.

In July, we called the Ohio Supreme Court's decision in Norwood v. Horney "the biggest post-Kelo judicial blow to eminent domain abuse in any state in the Union."  It appears … ›

A Profile

A Mississippi paper ran this profile of a prominent eminent domain attorney in that state.  I'm not at all familiar with Mr. Scott, but his common-sense observations and advice give … ›

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Why Eminent Domain Reform Failed in California

by Timothy Sandefur My article on why Proposition 90 failed is available in the February issue of Liberty magazine, soon to be on newsstands everywhere. But you can read it … ›

Lawsuit Filed Against Bayview Development

San Francisco's KGO Channel 7 has this report about the lawsuit over Bayview/Hunter's Point.

Hunters Point Renewal Plan Foes Sue City

The San Francisco Chronicle has an article this morning on the lawsuit against San Francisco for refusing to allow residents to vote on a massive eminent domain-urban renewal plan.

Landowner Asks Supreme Court to Hear Eminent Domain 'Extortion' Case

The Cybercast News Service has this article on the Didden v. Port Chester case. Excerpt: Didden is now asking the Supreme Court to clarify its ruling in Kelo and direct … ›

Press Release on Bayvew/Hunter's Point Lawsuit

by Timothy Sandefur Here is the press release issued today by the attorneys representing the San Francisco property owners: THE REFERENDUM PETITION CAMPAIGN The Bayview/Hunters Point Redevelopment area law was … ›

Suit Filed to Reinstate Bayview Redevelopment Referendum

by Timothy Sandefur Citizens in the Bayview/Hunter's Point neighborhood of San Francisco got together and signed petitions to repeal the city's decision to condemn a bunch of land for redevelopment. … ›

Unholy Partnership in Port Chester

The Lower Hudson (N.Y.) Journal News has this column on the case of Didden v. Port Chester that we mentioned here. Excerpt: In an amicus brief filed on their behalf, … ›

Norwood, cont'd.

In July, we called the Ohio Supreme Court's decision in Norwood v. Horney "the biggest post-Kelo judicial blow to eminent domain abuse in any state in the Union."  It appears … ›

A Profile

A Mississippi paper ran this profile of a prominent eminent domain attorney in that state.  I'm not at all familiar with Mr. Scott, but his common-sense observations and advice give … ›

Why Eminent Domain Reform Failed in California

by Timothy Sandefur My article on why Proposition 90 failed is available in the February issue of Liberty magazine, soon to be on newsstands everywhere. But you can read it … ›

Lawsuit Filed Against Bayview Development

San Francisco's KGO Channel 7 has this report about the lawsuit over Bayview/Hunter's Point.

Hunters Point Renewal Plan Foes Sue City

The San Francisco Chronicle has an article this morning on the lawsuit against San Francisco for refusing to allow residents to vote on a massive eminent domain-urban renewal plan.

Landowner Asks Supreme Court to Hear Eminent Domain 'Extortion' Case

The Cybercast News Service has this article on the Didden v. Port Chester case. Excerpt: Didden is now asking the Supreme Court to clarify its ruling in Kelo and direct … ›

Press Release on Bayvew/Hunter's Point Lawsuit

by Timothy Sandefur Here is the press release issued today by the attorneys representing the San Francisco property owners: THE REFERENDUM PETITION CAMPAIGN The Bayview/Hunters Point Redevelopment area law was … ›

Suit Filed to Reinstate Bayview Redevelopment Referendum

by Timothy Sandefur Citizens in the Bayview/Hunter's Point neighborhood of San Francisco got together and signed petitions to repeal the city's decision to condemn a bunch of land for redevelopment. … ›

Unholy Partnership in Port Chester

The Lower Hudson (N.Y.) Journal News has this column on the case of Didden v. Port Chester that we mentioned here. Excerpt: In an amicus brief filed on their behalf, … ›

Norwood, cont'd.

In July, we called the Ohio Supreme Court's decision in Norwood v. Horney "the biggest post-Kelo judicial blow to eminent domain abuse in any state in the Union."  It appears … ›

A Profile

A Mississippi paper ran this profile of a prominent eminent domain attorney in that state.  I'm not at all familiar with Mr. Scott, but his common-sense observations and advice give … ›