Eminent domain issue draws six pre-files
Four bills in House, two in Senate; all restrict use of power; one bill also would extend it for developing O&G resources
Bills pre-filed for the second session of the 24th Alaska Legislature include six prohibiting exercise of eminent domain for economic development. Eminent domain is the power to take private property for public use by government with just compensation.
Four of the eminent domain bills are in the Hou....
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Economic development prohibited
One proposal excludes parks
Croft proposes use for oil and gas
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