This is just wrong.  The Supreme’s decision in Kelo was wrong and unfortunately it allows things like this to continue.  Even if the company looking to expand didn’t “buy influence” with its donations to the alderman, what right has government got telling someone they have to sell their land so the business next door can expand?  This is just naked abuse of power by politicians who view themselves as our betters.


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Attorney, Kentucky
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