In response to the Supreme Court's June ruling that governments may seize private property for economic development, the New Hampshire Libertarian Party wants to use the eminent domain process to seize Justice Stephen G. Breyer's vacation home in Plainfield, N.H., and turn it into a park to commemorate the U.S and state constitutions. "The point is: What goes around comes around," says party Vice Chairman Mike Lorrey. The party plans to place the land-taking request before a town meeting next spring.
Libertarians Urge Seizure of Justice Breyer's Property to Protest High Court Ruling
The Associated Press
August 1, 2005
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