by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler
The Independent Florida Alligator is the student newspaper at the University of Florida, my alma mater. During my time in Gainesville I disagreed with somewhere around every single one of the paper's editorial positions. But five years and one Supreme Court decision later, it looks like we're on the same page, philosophically, when it comes to eminent domain.
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