Eminent Domain Protection Not in The Cards
It looks like the bureaucrats have won a round in North Carolina:
Instead of pushing ahead for an amendment to the N.C. Constitution, the General Assembly has approved a bill repealing a handful of statutes that allowed a handful of local governments to have limited use of eminent domain powers for economic development purposes.
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