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Liberty NewsWire: July 17, 2012

 

Liberty NewsWire: July 17, 2012

Gov. Robert F. McDonnell (R) on Monday ceremoniously signed four bills intended to make it harder for government to take property by eminent domain and to ensure that property owners are justly compensated when it does so. But McDonnell does not have the final word. While twice approved by the General Assembly, the proposed constitutional amendment will not take effect unless voters pass it in a referendum

“Protecting the liberty and property of its citizens is a fundamental role of government, and this constitutional amendment makes those protections stronger in Virginia,” McDonnell said. “The amendment that will be before Virginia voters this November 6 sets clear boundaries on the ability of government to seize their property and will help ensure that when property is taken for a true public use, that the property owner will be fully compensated.”

Eminent Domain

Washington Post – Property Rights Amendment Headed for Virginia Ballot

TSA & Travel Freedom

The Daily Caller – TSA Hasn’t Yet Complied With Order to Start Public Discussion on Body Scanners

Federal Reserve

Houston Chronicle – Ron Paul Prepares for Final Confrontation With Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke

Regulation

AP – Consumer Bureau to Police Credit Reporting Bureaus

Obamacare

Washington Examiner – Maryland Examines Taxes, Fees to Fund Health Exchange


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