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    News from New London

    posted April 6, 2015 by Jon Guze
    View in your browser. Despite being upheld by the US Supreme Court in 2005 as a legitimate exercise of eminent domain, the decision by…
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    Good News About Asset Forfeiture, Continued

    posted March 30, 2015 by Jon Guze
    View in your browser. As I have previously explained, civil asset forfeiture is an obnoxious legal process that empowers law enforcement agencies to confiscate property they…
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    Lucky to Be Here

    posted March 24, 2015 by Jon Guze
    View in your browser. Earlier this month the Department of Justice finally released a report summarizing its investigation of the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department.
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    More Map Act News

    posted March 16, 2015 by Jon Guze
    View in your browser. A couple of weeks ago I discussed an excellent NC Court of Appeals decision in which the Court held…
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    Who Ya Gonna Call?

    posted March 10, 2015 by Jon Guze
    View in your browser. During the progressive era, federal antitrust enforcement agencies were known as "trustbusters." They were usually depicted as righteous warriors courageously fighting…
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    A Short Step on a Long Road

    posted March 4, 2015 by Jon Guze
    View in your browser. My colleague Jon Sanders has already commented on last week’s Supreme Court decision in North Carolina State Board of Dental…
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    The Beginning of the End for the Map Act?

    posted February 19, 2015 by Jon Guze
    View in your browser. On Tuesday the N.C. Court of Appeals handed down a ruling that strikes at the heart of a controversial piece…
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    Eminent Domain Amendment Moves to the N.C. Senate

    posted February 11, 2015 by Jon Guze
    View in your browser. On Tuesday the N.C. House of Representatives approved a proposal to amend the state constitution by adding the following language:…
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    Better late than never?

    posted February 2, 2015 by Jon Guze
    View in your browser. For years a diligent group of North Carolina state representatives has been trying to add an eminent domain clause to the…

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