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Monday, November 14, 2005
Are stronger eminent-domain limits really needed? Ever since a Supreme Court decision caused a furor six months ago, citizens have clamored for protection from politically sanctioned property grabs. More than 30 states have taken action, and nine bills are pending in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. But beware, some experts say. If the rules are too rigid, some towns will have trouble revitalizing. More.