Eminent Domain in N.J.: Bad-News Trifecta
The Press of Atlantic City (N.J.) has an editorial about eminent domain "reform" in the state.
The state Assembly passed a woefully deficient eminent—domain bill that is backed by builders and municipalities. The bill would tighten eminent-domain use, to be sure. But it leaves gaping holes in reform and is considered much weaker than a reform bill passed by neighboring Pennsylvania.
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