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Eminent domain and Kelo vs. City of New London

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Over 200 word essay with reference that describes eminent domain in the case of Kelo vs City of New London.

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The use of eminent domain by states has been an issue that opens argumentative lines of discussion between all parties involved. Eminent domain is defined as a power shared by all state and federal governments to take private land for public use by paying for it. However, it's been highly regarded as unconstitutional because it's believed that the level of government in question only pays bottom dollar for the property and not true market value. Case in point is that of Kelo vs. City of New ...

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Over 200 word essay with reference that describes eminent domain in the case of Kelo vs City of New London.

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