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    The Stipulations of Government Seizure of Personal Property

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    Here's a link to a discussion on wikipedia about the case of Kelo v. City of New London:

    Kelo v City of New London


    Your reaction to this case: should the government be able to take private property for the sort of purpose involved here? What are the limits on the right of the government to take property? Should their be limits so long as the government pays a fair price?

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    I believe that the government should be able to take private property for the purpose involved here, due to the fact that this case involves a situation where the creation of over 3000 jobs, and over $1 million a year in tax revenue would have ...

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    The stipulations of government seizure of personal property is examined.