This bill requires a local government to provide clear and convincing evidence that taking a property through eminent domain for recreational purposes is truly necessary.
Should the government be able to take your property to build a public park? It's quite likely, there's nothing standing in their way.
This bill further limits the government's ability to take land and property for uses that are not absolutely necessary for the public need.
This bill protects Utahn's family farms from trivial eminent domain takings.
Property rights sound great in theory, but the law still needs to be improved to make sure the government can't take your property when it thinks it needs it.
This bill creates property rights protections to avoid eminent domain abuse and ensure that legal protections are intact for certain property owners.
Local governments have tremendous power over residents property, and it need not go unchecked.
The desire of some families to play soccer does not override the right of the Bangerter family to own and control their property.
This bill aims to protect landowners affected by eminent domain by ensuring they receive just compensation.
Will the government come after your house next in the name of the "public good?"