By comparison in Georgia
The Georgia eminent domain amendment currently is showing even more support than an amendment aimed to "protect the traditions of hunting and fishing." These traditions, it safely can be said, are taken quite seriously in Georgia. It would appear from tonight's results that property rights are, too.
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