Kelo Backlash Puts Property Rights Measures on The Ballots
by Timothy Sandefur
This story in the Bradenton (FL) Herald takes a brief look at the initiatives in 12 states. The article repeats the claim that these initiatives are tricks because they would require government to compensate property owners for both eminent domain and also for regulations that take the value of property (which the headling inaccurately refers to "zoning disputes").
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