"Nothing to see here!"
That's pretty much the Saganaw (MI) News's take on a property rights proposal on Michigan's ballots in November.
The arguments are nothing new, but they are presented here in a more-confusing-than-usual fashion. The odd reference to "[t]he so-called Kelo decision" is fairly representative.
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