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Cities across America from Seattle to Newark are considering usign Eminent Domain laws as a solution to upside down housing markets. The city of Richmond Californis is moving ahead with the idea.
Lee talks to Robert Hockett, the Cornell professor behind the controversial idea.
Homeowner relief through eminent domain, the recent Cuomo challenge and the role of third parties in an outside strategy--in particular, the working families party. Jay talks with Greg Basta, Deputy Director of New York Communities for Change – an organization of low income families with over 40,000 members fighting for social and economic justice throughout New York State. He’s also the Staff Director for the Home Defenders’ League – a coalition of organizations fighting to demand accountability from the banks and mortgage companies that caused the housing meltdown.
In December 2012, the City of Philadelphia seized the deed of Dupree Studios and granted acquisition to the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority in accordance with the Pennsylvania Eminent Domain Code. City Hall has teamed up with private developers to transform the Mantua section, including the project and development of "The Plaza", a suburban-style supermarket encompassing four full city blocks, regretfully reducing Dupree Studios to a parking lot. Sign the petition to stop this action: http://www.change.org/petitions/jannie-blackwell-michael-nutter-return-the-deed-to-property-owners-of-3617-haverford-ave-philadelphia
James Dupree is an accomplished artist, educator, and business owner. Among the first black graduates of the University of Pennsylvania MFA program, and a recent recipient of the UPenn Black Alumni Society's Living Legend Award, he is in many ways an example of the success of Philadelphia’s art institutions in addressing the city’s underprivileged communities. jamesdupree.com
Melinda Haring is the activism manager at the Institute for Justice (IJ), a non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to defending private property rights. IJ represented Susette Kelo and her neighbors before the U.S. Supreme Court in Kelo v. City of New London,as well as many others across the country. Since the Kelo case, IJ has helped saved more than 16,000 properties through grassroots activism and played a role in reforming eminent domain laws in 44 states. IJ has been working with James Dupree since late November.
What is eminent domain? Who does eminent domain benefit? What are the top mistakes business make when dealing with eminent domain? What relocation costs are reimbursed under the Uniform Relocation Act (URA)?
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Nathalie asking the hard questions...if you can't call in live, feel free to email questions & comments: email@example.com
2nd half - Tim Davis joins us! Talking sales, branding, and real estate. www.timdavisonline.com
ILYA SOMIN is a Professor of Law at the George Mason University School of Law whose research focuses on constitutional law, property law, and the study of popular political participation and its implications for constitutional democracy. His work appears regularly at the Volokh Conspiracy blog in the Washington Post, as well as in a variety of other publications, and his most recent book is entitled, The Grasping Hand: Kelo v. City of New London and the Limits of Eminent Domain.
JOHN GAVER is a tax Policy Specialist , strategic political advisor, and author of the acclaimed, The Rich Don't Pay Tax! ...Or Do They?
Halli discusses the hot topics in the Idaho Legislature, including a new bill to prohibit Idaho agencies from accepting or spending money to implement Obamacare. She also discusses an Idaho Supreme Court decision that marijuana does not qualify as a religious sacrament. She talks about a bill to prohibit city or county governments from using eminent domain to take private property for bike paths or sidewalks, and another bill to require sex offender notification of school districts. And finally, she discusses the conflict in Libya.
In the first half of tonight's show we will be covering the recent news crew shooting in Virginia and the conspiracies that surround it. Lines will be open.
In the second half, we are joined by Kory Muniz to discuss GMO's, holisitic health, and the recent murders of 10 holistic doctors and the conspiracies surrounding it.
Kory Muniz is a high profile Los Angeles activist, leading GMO free lecturer and eminent holistic health care provider in Southern California.
Join hosts Nancy & Lisa (BigBlendMagazine.com Editors) as they discuss Eminent Domain with Jeff Benedict – one of America's top investigative journalists, and author of ‘A Little Pink House: A True Story of Defiance and Courage’.
On a lighter note, we'll learn how to create a bird & butterfly garden with Steve Castorani – co-creator of the American Beauties Native Plant® brand, plus David Mizejewski - naturalist, author & representative for the National Wildlfe Federation; Garden Design Guru & Best-selling Garden Author - Tracy DiSabato-Aust; and 'Southwest Garden Goddess' - Doreen Pollack of Down 2 Earth Gardens.
For many years Marijuana has been the subject of many controversial issues. It is a natural plant, but has been called the gateway to more potent drugs, and worse for you than alcohol.
Now the medical field has realized the benefits of pot, and we will discuss this and how the legalization is almost eminent.