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City May Seize Property For Economic Development (access required)

Local governments may seize private property for public use even where the sole purpose is economic development, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled late last month, 5-4. When the city of New London, Conn., presented a plan to revitalize its economy, it proposed using eminent domain to take several properties as part of the development - although ...

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