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Thursday, January 12, 2006

Arguments in Norwood v. Horney

Over at the Volokh Conspiracy, Todd Zywicki has a very useful post on Norwood v. Horney, a Kelo-like eminent domain case that was just argued before the Ohio Supreme Court.  The Supreme Court's opinion in Kelo expressly made the (perhaps obvious) point that states could interpret their own constitutions to set a higher standard for public use, as the Michigan Supreme Court had done in the County of Wayne case, so that option is open to the Ohio Supreme Court.

Ben Barros

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