Kelo sparking citizen outrage

The Supreme Court’s decision this past week has made “eminent domain” the topic of conversation everywhere – from the grocery store check-out lines to dinner tables and dentist offices. In some states citizens are demanding new state legislation to protect their homes and property.

Locally, WMC-TV5 has an article on their web site and they were running an opinion poll at in the sidebar. At this writing, 89% had vote No, the government shouldn't be able to seize your property if you're not willing to sell it.

There are many sources of information and countless articles - one of the best is a blog at

To read the Supreme Court’s opinions click here.