The Commonwealth of Virginia is looking to join the property rights parade by finally passing some eminent domain abuse legislation.
UPDATE: New Mexico, too? Its governor is launching a (somewhat far-fetched) presidential run, so now might be the time for citizens to voice their opinions. He might have no choice, politically, but to sign legislation that crosses his desk.
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