• NJ Spotlight
New Jersey government officials have become infamous for their habitual abuse of eminent domain—and their refusal to reform state laws to protect property owners. Having evidently tired of constant constituent criticism, they are turning to a new—but equally controversial—method that allows them to wrestle control of homes and businesses out from the hands of their rightful owners, and into the hands of government.
Property rights attorney Bill Potter calls their new tactic “eminent domain abuse lite.”
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