Inverse Condemnation Blog on The Colorado Eminent Domain Case
by Timothy Sandefur
The Inverse Condemnation Blog has an in-depth look at the Wheat Ridge case that I mentioned here. "Whoa, eminent domain is a tool to 'redistribute' private property 'in any manner that future circumstances and the public welfare demand?' I thought eminent domain was supposed to be used to take property when it is needed 'for public use.' Silly me." Well, at least the justices get credit for their candor.
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