Mayor used eminent domain to enrich himself. Thanks to Kelo decision, that’s okay.

Timothy P. Carney

In Kelo v. New London, the five most liberal justices on the Supreme Court ruled that local governments are within their rights to take people’s land and give it to private entities, as long as it is ostensibly serving some “public purpose.

Published on NewsOK Published: January 10, 2013
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Timothy P. Carney

In Kelo v. New London, the five most liberal justices on the Supreme Court ruled that local governments are within their rights to take people’s land and give it to private entities, as long as it is ostensibly serving some “public purpose.”

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