The Double-Edged Sword of Eminent Domain

An upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case ruling could have a major impact on preservation and community revitalization.

Because eminent domain has many perspectives, historic preservationists are sometimes caught in the middle and should be aware of how eminent domain can affect their community's ability to preserve historic areas. An expected U.S. Supreme Court case ruling in June could have major implications for preservation and community revitalization interests.

Thanks to Adrian Scott Fine

Full Story: Eminent Domain: A Double-Edged Sword.

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