One can only hope. The day of the Kelo decision in the Supreme Court was a dark day for basic property rights.

(From Reason)

Now there’s a legislative push in Connecticut to finally reform the state’s eminent domain laws to prevent another situation like Kelo’s. HB 5123, introduced by Rep. Tami Zawistowski (R-Suffield) would stop the state and its municipalities from using eminent domain to take property that would be used for any project that generates income for a private commercial purpose.

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