The Sad Perversity of Eminent Domain

The Cato Institute's weblog has a very interesting post by Tim Lee on the perverse incentives created by eminent domain law: why businesses now sometimes dread the possibility of good … ›

Eminent Domain Talk at The Dole Institute

by Timothy Sandefur I will be speaking at the Dole Institute in Lawrence, Kansas, on Wednesday, discussing eminent domain and property rights after Kelo v. New London.

Ilya Somin on Prop. 99 in The L.A. Times

Prof. Ilya Somin has an article in the L.A. Times today, about the government-written Prop. 99. Check it out on The Volokh Conspiracy.

Eminent Domain Abuse in Birmingham, AL

by Timothy Sandefur Our friend David T. Beito has a very interesting post about eminent domain abuse in Birmingham, Alabama.

Cal Supremes reject opportunity to check Coastal Commission's power-grab

The California Supreme Court denied review in a case called Douda v. California Coastal Commission. In this case, the Doudas sued the California Coastal Commission, after the Commission denied their … ›

My interview with Mark Schneidman

by Timothy Sandefur I was recently interviewed about eminent domain in California, and about Propositions 98 and 99, for Mark Schneidman's radio show, Radio Real Estate. It will air Monday … ›

What Would Proposition 99 Do?

by Timothy Sandefur Many people are under the misimpression that Proposition 99—the ballot initiative supported by a coalition of government groups—would protect homes from seizure through eminent domain. The fact … ›

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The Sad Perversity of Eminent Domain

The Cato Institute's weblog has a very interesting post by Tim Lee on the perverse incentives created by eminent domain law: why businesses now sometimes dread the possibility of good … ›

Eminent Domain Talk at The Dole Institute

by Timothy Sandefur I will be speaking at the Dole Institute in Lawrence, Kansas, on Wednesday, discussing eminent domain and property rights after Kelo v. New London.

Ilya Somin on Prop. 99 in The L.A. Times

Prof. Ilya Somin has an article in the L.A. Times today, about the government-written Prop. 99. Check it out on The Volokh Conspiracy.

Eminent Domain Abuse in Birmingham, AL

by Timothy Sandefur Our friend David T. Beito has a very interesting post about eminent domain abuse in Birmingham, Alabama.

Cal Supremes reject opportunity to check Coastal Commission's power-grab

The California Supreme Court denied review in a case called Douda v. California Coastal Commission. In this case, the Doudas sued the California Coastal Commission, after the Commission denied their … ›

My interview with Mark Schneidman

by Timothy Sandefur I was recently interviewed about eminent domain in California, and about Propositions 98 and 99, for Mark Schneidman's radio show, Radio Real Estate. It will air Monday … ›

What Would Proposition 99 Do?

by Timothy Sandefur Many people are under the misimpression that Proposition 99—the ballot initiative supported by a coalition of government groups—would protect homes from seizure through eminent domain. The fact … ›

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The Sad Perversity of Eminent Domain

The Cato Institute's weblog has a very interesting post by Tim Lee on the perverse incentives created by eminent domain law: why businesses now sometimes dread the possibility of good … ›

Eminent Domain Talk at The Dole Institute

by Timothy Sandefur I will be speaking at the Dole Institute in Lawrence, Kansas, on Wednesday, discussing eminent domain and property rights after Kelo v. New London.

Ilya Somin on Prop. 99 in The L.A. Times

Prof. Ilya Somin has an article in the L.A. Times today, about the government-written Prop. 99. Check it out on The Volokh Conspiracy.

Eminent Domain Abuse in Birmingham, AL

by Timothy Sandefur Our friend David T. Beito has a very interesting post about eminent domain abuse in Birmingham, Alabama.

Cal Supremes reject opportunity to check Coastal Commission's power-grab

The California Supreme Court denied review in a case called Douda v. California Coastal Commission. In this case, the Doudas sued the California Coastal Commission, after the Commission denied their … ›

My interview with Mark Schneidman

by Timothy Sandefur I was recently interviewed about eminent domain in California, and about Propositions 98 and 99, for Mark Schneidman's radio show, Radio Real Estate. It will air Monday … ›

What Would Proposition 99 Do?

by Timothy Sandefur Many people are under the misimpression that Proposition 99—the ballot initiative supported by a coalition of government groups—would protect homes from seizure through eminent domain. The fact … ›

The Sad Perversity of Eminent Domain

The Cato Institute's weblog has a very interesting post by Tim Lee on the perverse incentives created by eminent domain law: why businesses now sometimes dread the possibility of good … ›

Eminent Domain Talk at The Dole Institute

by Timothy Sandefur I will be speaking at the Dole Institute in Lawrence, Kansas, on Wednesday, discussing eminent domain and property rights after Kelo v. New London.

Ilya Somin on Prop. 99 in The L.A. Times

Prof. Ilya Somin has an article in the L.A. Times today, about the government-written Prop. 99. Check it out on The Volokh Conspiracy.

Eminent Domain Abuse in Birmingham, AL

by Timothy Sandefur Our friend David T. Beito has a very interesting post about eminent domain abuse in Birmingham, Alabama.

Cal Supremes reject opportunity to check Coastal Commission's power-grab

The California Supreme Court denied review in a case called Douda v. California Coastal Commission. In this case, the Doudas sued the California Coastal Commission, after the Commission denied their … ›

My interview with Mark Schneidman

by Timothy Sandefur I was recently interviewed about eminent domain in California, and about Propositions 98 and 99, for Mark Schneidman's radio show, Radio Real Estate. It will air Monday … ›

What Would Proposition 99 Do?

by Timothy Sandefur Many people are under the misimpression that Proposition 99—the ballot initiative supported by a coalition of government groups—would protect homes from seizure through eminent domain. The fact … ›