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When is losing the entire value of your property due to government regulation, not an “undue hardship”?
When is losing the entire value of your property due to government regulation, not an “undue hardship”?
 
A supermajority of the N.C. House has approved a proposed constitutional amendment to strengthen private property rights against eminent domain land takings.
A supermajority of the N.C. House has approved a proposed constitutional amendment to strengthen private property rights against eminent domain land takings.
 
The Center Square recently ran a story on an Apex homeowner who has been fighting for her property rights for half a decade.
The Center Square recently ran a story on an Apex homeowner who has been fighting for her property rights for half a decade.
 
The latest Civitas Poll pried into Republican primary voters and their strong support for strengthening property rights in North Carolina.
The latest Civitas Poll pried into Republican primary voters and their strong support for strengthening property rights in North Carolina.
 
The House Rules Committee gave a favorable report on Monday, Feb. 25 to a bill proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the use of eminent domain for economic development
The House Rules Committee gave a favorable report on Monday, Feb. 25 to a bill proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the use of eminent domain for economic development
 
Shawn and Cindy Weeks would like nothing more than to move
 
The N.C. General Assembly is scheduled to return for the 2018 short legislative session on Wednesday, May 16
The N.C. General Assembly is scheduled to return for the 2018 short legislative session on Wednesday, May 16
 
When North Carolina is competing with other states and nations for investment, business startups and expansions, and high-value professionals, we start out with some important advantages
When North Carolina is competing with other states and nations for investment, business startups and expansions, and high-value professionals, we start out with some important advantages
 
It's now a full-scale debate - about property rights, the free market, and, in fact, freedom of choice
It's now a full-scale debate - about property rights, the free market, and, in fact, freedom of choice
 
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday vetoed House Bill 467, a measure limiting damages property owners can receive if they win nuisance lawsuits against nearby hog farms or other agricultural or forestry operations
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday vetoed House Bill 467, a measure limiting damages property owners can receive if they win nuisance lawsuits against nearby hog farms or other agricultural or forestry operations
 
As Attorney General Roy Cooper sets his sights on the governor's mansion, he should explain why he supports Charlotte's controversial transgender bathroom ordinance, even though it is likely to be the subject of a lengthy and expensive legal challenge if passed. Roy Cooper has been raising...
As Attorney General Roy Cooper sets his sights on the governor's mansion, he should explain why he supports Charlotte's controversial transgender bathroom ordinance, even though it is likely to be the subject of a lengthy and expensive legal challenge if passed. Roy Cooper has been raising...
 
In November, the state's second-highest court ruled that landowners in Franklin County may not operate a shooting range on their property because the county's zoning scheme does not mention shooting ranges as a potential land use.
In November, the state's second-highest court ruled that landowners in Franklin County may not operate a shooting range on their property because the county's zoning scheme does not mention shooting ranges as a potential land use.
 
Recent comments from Rev. William Barber, self-appointed spokesman for the “Moral Monday” protests and leader of the NC state chapter of the NAACP, confirm that his vision for society endorses an aggressive use of violence against innocent individuals, and seeks to negate morality itself.
Recent comments from Rev. William Barber, self-appointed spokesman for the “Moral Monday” protests and leader of the NC state chapter of the NAACP, confirm that his vision for society endorses an aggressive use of violence against innocent individuals, and seeks to negate morality itself.
 
Big things were anticipated for higher education reform in 2013 - but the sizzle turned to fizzle in many cases. Landmark court decisions got pushed off for another year, bubbles didn't quite burst, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) did not take over vast swaths of the higher education...
Big things were anticipated for higher education reform in 2013 - but the sizzle turned to fizzle in many cases. Landmark court decisions got pushed off for another year, bubbles didn't quite burst, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) did not take over vast swaths of the higher education...
 
Government regulatory agencies, environmentalists, liberal politicians, courts and proponents of the "common good" have worked hard during the past 30 years to make property rights less important if not eliminate them all together where they could.
Government regulatory agencies, environmentalists, liberal politicians, courts and proponents of the "common good" have worked hard during the past 30 years to make property rights less important if not eliminate them all together where they could.
 
After the U.S. Supreme Court declined to protect private property from unjust government confiscation in its 2005 Kelo decision, the backlash from Americans across the political spectrum led many states to strengthen their protections against the abuse of eminent domain.
After the U.S. Supreme Court declined to protect private property from unjust government confiscation in its 2005 Kelo decision, the backlash from Americans across the political spectrum led many states to strengthen their protections against the abuse of eminent domain.
 
The bill is entitled the Property Owners Protection Act. It is designed to curtail abuses in land-use planning, particularly by local governments and especially by "over-zealous" staff.
The bill is entitled the Property Owners Protection Act. It is designed to curtail abuses in land-use planning, particularly by local governments and especially by "over-zealous" staff.
 
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