Spitzer Contoversy Involves Eminent Domain
New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer–almost certain to be the state's next governor, and rumored to have barely disguised higher aspirations–is involved in a campaign donation controversy centering on an eminent domain proposal. In short, he accepted $50,000 from a company seeking state approval for a plan that would take private property for use as an electicity transmission line corridor.
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