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Most of the involved parties OK with eminent domain bill (access required)

The General Assembly has adopted an eminent domain statute that appears to be at least tolerable to all concerned—with one major exception. Housing authorities and local governments believe it would hamstring their efforts to redevelop inner cities. "It's eliminated their ability to deal with blighted property," said Richmond lawyer Ralph L. "Bill" Axselle Jr., a lobbyist for ...

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